I had wanted a puppy for the longest time and I was finally wearing my parents down. So one day after school my dad told me that my older brother could take me to the kennel to look at dogs. When we got there they told us they had just brought in a dog who had a litter of five adorable puppies that were ready to go to a loving home. When I saw them they all were the same color, there was one who was being very goofy,
We had visited countless pet adoption sites, where I scrolled through pages of pictures, until I came across a fist sized puppy, which sat snugly on an azure pillow, blending with the puppy’s ivory fur like the crashing waves of the ocean onto a white beach. Above all, the puppy’s dark brown eyes shone like black pearls or plastic beads on a stuffed animal, however, the puppy’s eyes gleamed with life, innocence, and aww. The puppy was born on leap day with his twin sister, making him beyond compare unique to me as an elementary student. Consequently, I scrolled downwards to be presented with a playful pup. The pup settled on a velvet pillow, her head raised proudly to display her creamy fuzz like fresh copra.
Scott put on a red uniform that matched his new motorcycle, and he went to the starting line. He won the cup and split half of it with his grandma so she could live longer! Amelia was born in February 2010. She lives in Raymond, AB, and is the third of five children.
On one early Friday morning after waking from a long winter sleep I was preparing to go find some food for her very hungry little cubs.. I have a lot on my plate considering I am having to care for 3 very hyper, high maintenance, and hungry babies. My oldest boy was named Charlie, following with the middle child Madeline, and my little runt baby Chunk. Me and my precious little babies live in a beautiful valley in Yellowstone national park full of berries and deer, and little predators that could harm my babies. I am a 5 year old mama grizzle that had one of the most successful parents in the park.
All dogs find perfect homes, but sometimes it takes longer to find that home than others. Gracie was four years old before she found her perfect home. Gracie is a P.T.S.D dog that means that she helps people who have anxiety. Gracie’s owner is a retired air force veteran. Michael Harries
Mommy A introduces Daddy J, he is usually at work during the week, but today he is home to help out Mommy A with the children and the crazy routine of the day. “J” is playing and jumping around excited that I am there. I ask how the day is going and “J” responds “Good” as he grabs toys to play with alongside his little brother. Baby M. is just smiling away as I greet her too.
Over the previous summer, I spent forty hours observing my local veterinarian to fulfill the requirement for my senior project. Following my time shadowing, though, I came to really enjoy being in the presence of the very selfless veterinarians, and of course, the little kittens and puppies that came into the clinic every day. Because of my fervent love for animals, I decided to volunteer at the veterinary clinic for the rest of the summer. Volunteering at the veterinary clinic was perhaps one of the most rewarding things I have ever done. Not only did I feel incredibly happy and satisfied knowing I was voluntarily donating my time for a good cause, but I also felt really great being apart of a larger team who all wanted the same goal- to
He is a very patient and obedient pony and is super fluffy; almost like a bear. He’s one of the best starter ponies at the barn. I rode him for a week and then I went right back onto Jordan to try again. Soon enough, I finally knew how to ride him properly and got to move on to a higher level pony. As the years went on, I progressed to different ponies to learn all the tricks and skills.
I love when I get to babysit children; getting to cook, clean, and play with them is something that I really enjoy. Favorite Memory: My favorite memory was when I was 4 years old and my family decided to make a video for our Grandma for Mother's
I will always remember my dog, Tootsie, fondly. The first night that we had her, she woke me up in the middle of the night. I should have been upset, but as I sat and held her, I knew that she would be an important part of my life. She was always there when I was growing up, happy to see me and ready to play with her stuffed baseball. She was there at family events like Christmas and Thanksgiving, brightening up people’s holidays.
After being the “top dogs” of their elementary schools the sixth grade class quickly became the youngest in the school. They easily adjusted to life as a middle schooler by working hard and managing to have fun while doing so. This year’s sixth grade class was described by their teachers as energetic, carefree, compassionate. Mrs. Shryock said that, “They’re very involved and excited about MTMS activities!” They had so many exciting activities and projects to make good memories from this year.
Goodnight, Goodnight Construction Site Goodnight, Goodnight Construction Site by Sherri Duskey Rinker and Tom Lichtenheld is my favorite bedtime book for boys. This whimsical story can be read to any child but is probably more engaging for a child with a collection of trucks. The anthropomorphism of construction machinery can be amusing for parents and though I have read dozens of bedtime stories Goodnight, Goodnight Construction Site is fun to read and keeps me from lingering in the bedroom too long. 4. The Day the Crayons
This was a temporary house we would only stay for about 4-5 months in we spent all the holidays there from Halloween-Easter. The house had a small frontyard and a enormos backyard. I had 3 pets at the time. Milo, he was a black and white cocker spaniel mix with white and black hair he always remained happy and playful. Zues, he was a yorkie terrier mix that was so so energetic he was a firework every time of the day.
Tom snuggled, hugged, and stroked the second most important figure in his life, Woody. Tom rescued the formerly homeless dog a few years ago now. Something that, for some, would seem unusual, or even eccentric, but Tom used to bring a dog to his acting classes in the late 90s; so he 's not new to bringing his dog to events. This was fun for everyone, especially his fans on tumblr; they posted a lot of pictures of him with the very photogenic pooch. Not to mention the people at the premiere who got to interact with such a wonderful dog.