Thursday, February 24, 2011

bath by Tiffany

M slipped on my collar this morning and grabbed her keys... ROAD TRIP!!! woof-woof-woof...
then ~ holy bunnie poop, we arrive at Dr. So's office.
"i thought we were going to the plark and see my buds, what's this?" i asked M.
           .....then, i saw her....the best groomer in town....Tiffany... nobody can say no to her bright smile.



"okay Tiffany, i'm ready"

            
 "ahhhh- that feels delicious..."

             the new "h-do"



don't show this to the bunnies, they'll think i've gone rabbit rabid...ha!



and finally, the "toweling"




                                                                       

                ....look what a terrific pawdicure she gave me too!




thank you Tiffany !!!
& everyone else at the Anaheim Canyon Animal Hospital ~ 714-637-1000 



Wednesday, February 23, 2011

a new member to the chase

 rain finally stopped....again. M and i went out at the wee hours of the morning and guess what i found while hunting... a rat- oh, not just some ordinary dirty rat, but one that took me on a long chase. i could have caught him, not nearly as fast as those darn rabbits, but had a good run and it warmed me for up the 2 bunnies i did get to chase just around the corner.


 that's a very good day. Spent the rest of the day relaxing in the sunshine as M worked in the yard.

Thursday, February 17, 2011

--Top 10 Pet Toxins of 2010

      Both known and unknown toxins can be found hiding in our houses and yards. In 2010, the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center (APCC) in Urbana, IL, fielded more than 167,000 phone calls about pets exposed to possibly poisonous substances. 
      When M told me about this list, I was bunnyfied, to be poisoned, gives me the shivers. Everyone, tell your pack leaders to watch out carefully for these items; here is a quickie list, you can see a more in depth version on M's blog under Pet Info.
only you can protect your pet~!
  1. Human Medications
  2. Insecticides
  3. Rodenticides
  4. People Food
  5. Veterinary Medications
  6. Chocolate
  7. Household Toxins
  8. Plants
  9. Herbicides
  10. Outdoor Toxins

If you have any reason to suspect your pet has ingested something toxic, please contact your veterinarian or the Animal Poison Control Center’s 24-hour hotline at 888- 426- 4435
be safe and healthy

Sunday, February 13, 2011

it hasn't been a very exciting week for me, my knee has the "ague" and M hasn't wanted to take me for long walks or bunny bushing. did get to romp with my plark buds on tues, that was fun, and went for our sunrise yorba park jaunt this morning.

in honor of "year of the rabbit" here is a little quote that M and i like:


thank you Elmer!..... and one day this bunny bushing pooch will get "lucky" when my highly "prepared" skills "meet" that "opportunity"....and i chase that bunny down ! yeah! woof!

Sunday, February 6, 2011

look what i found posted in all my favorite bunny bushing spots this week...
 is this true? are those dern rabbits pulling a fast one? 

i'll just meditate a while and ask the "great canine"