♥ JAX’S DREAM ♥

♥ JAX’S DREAM ♥

 

Woof Woof Hello dog loving folks!

Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Jax and I’m now known as “Dog of the Sun” because I’m apparently the star around which the earth orbits! No idea what this means cuz I’m a dog, but it sounds pretty cool!!

What I do know is that I have loads of love to give, but I haven’t found my special someone yet to give that love to ♥

My dream is to make this happen, so I’ll tell you all about me, then tell you what I’m looking for to fulfill my dream ☺

First off, I’m young and handsome at 2.5 years of age, so not super young like a little puppy. I feel I’m quite mature actually, and once you meet me you’ll have to agree. I’m very healthy and weigh in around 55 lbs of muscle (not fat). I’m in great shape cuz I eat a really good Raw Diet and I like to exercise daily and keep fit.

 

Of course my Rescuers made sure I’ve been vaccinated. I’m also neutered, and secure enough in my masculinity to be proud of this fact! I don’t mean to brag but I’m told I’m super smart! I walk very well on leash and come when I’m called, especially if snacks are involved 🙂 I don’t make messes in the house, as I prefer things clean and neat. I’m also quite content in a crate.

Between other dogs and humans, I’m most comfortable with the non-furry choice unless it’s a tiny dog. You see, I hate to admit it but dogs my size or bigger often make me nervous. I used to be afraid of little dogs too, but my teacher has helped me overcome this fear. See!!! I’m also a top-notch student!

As a dog, I naturally love walks, but I also enjoy car rides and lots of adventures doing new things, even going to the vet. Toys are always welcome in my world. Lots of toys! And did I mention how much I love treats?

My hobbies include hiking, playing fetch, snuggling and listening to classical music like Vivaldi or Bach, although I have a wide variety of music interests ♫ If you really wanna win me over though, it’s with tons of belly rubs ♥♥♥

To make my dream a reality, I’m looking for a human family that has experience with exceptional dogs like me! Nothing against young humans, but I’m most comfortable with adults or older kids (teens would be fine). Cats kinda freak me out so I’d like a feline free house please.

My dream home would include all the things that I love and more! I’m sure you can come up with a lot more great ideas to add to my list 🙂 I want to be with someone that will make me feel special and include me in their everyday lives, where I won’t be left alone hours on end or feel unwanted.

The home of my dreams is with a family who can provide me with lots of exercise, while keeping me on the right path with rules and boundaries (I excelled in this department by the way). Preferably, my dream home would be in the country, or maybe suburbia where I can have plenty of outdoor fun! A fenced yard would be best for me, as manipulative squirrels have tried to lure me away from time to time. Squirrels are NOT my friends! Last, but not least, I would really love my new family to continue feeding me the Raw Diet I’ve come to know and love!

My dream WILL become a reality! I know this cuz now that you’ve read all about me, whoever you are, you KNOW you want me! 🙂 What are you waiting for? Just click ADOPTION APPLICATION at http://www.doggytime.net.

Until we meet, I will continue to dream my dream ♥

Love and XXX

Jax “Dog of the Sun”

A DOG’S PRAYER

DOGGYTIME ~ Canine Care & Rescue™ ♥

I dedicate this to Kali and Max:

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A DOG’S PRAYER:

Treat me kindly, my beloved guardian, for no heart in all the world is more grateful for your love and kindness than mine.
Do not break my spirit with harsh words or a stick, for although I will forgive you, I learn much better through your patience and understanding the things you would have me do.
Speak to me often, for your voice is the worlds sweetest music as you must know by the fierce wagging of my tail when I hear you call my name.
Please want me with you always, for my joy springs from your attention, and I ask no greater glory than your love and the privilege of your company.
Please keep my bowl filled with fresh water, and feed me clean food that I may stay well to romp and play. I live to be…

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JUST FOSTER ONE DOG!

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There are countless abandoned and homeless dogs out there who need our help! The Dog Pounds are full and the Rescue Organizations are overflowing. We cannot save them all at once but we can help one at a time by fostering.

If we all just do our part by fostering or donating our time or money to our local Rescue Groups, WE CAN SAVE THEM!

By fostering just one dog, we are freeing up space for another at our local dog shelter, which gives both of these pups a much better chance for finding a ‘Furever Home’.

Think about it, discuss it with your family and make the right choice to help ‘Man’s Best Friends’ everywhere!
Why? Because we love Dogs and they need our Help ❤

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HELP YOUR DOG TO LIVE LONGER! Part 5 of 5

HELP YOUR DOG TO LIVE LONGER: Part 5 of 5

5 – Do a Head to Tail inspection regularly. Checking your dog on a regular basis, perhaps once per month, is very important, especially if your dog is very active or you have a Golden Age dog. Check the eyes, teeth and gums, ears and nose. Look for anything abnormal like discharge, swelling and offensive odors. Check your dog’s whole body by massaging and look for anything out of the ordinary, like bruises, cuts and scrapes or raw areas. Check the paws. A dog’s pads should not be cracked and the nails should always be short (here The Pack gets a Nail Clip every two weeks). Also, check the rear end. If your dog is having regular bowel movements, this area should always look clean.

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HELP YOUR DOG TO LIVE LONGER! Part 4 of 5

HELP YOUR DOG TO LIVE LONGER – PART 4 OF 5

4 – Keep your dog stimulated and active! Even an older dog needs social interaction and exercise. Walking is the single most important exercise you can do with your dog! Not only does it provide the exercise she needs but it greatly increases the bond you have with your furry family member!

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HELP YOUR DOG TO LIVE LONGER! Part 3 of 5

3 – Keep your dog’s teeth and gums healthy! If you feed your dog a Raw Diet of meat and bones then you’ll rarely, if ever, have to clean his teeth! Chewing and gnawing through the bones does it naturally. Gum disease can rot your dog’s teeth and the bacteria can invade your dog’s immune system and cause debilitating effects.

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HELP YOUR DOG TO LIVE LONGER! Part 2 of 5

HELP YOUR DOG TO LIVE LONGER: PART 2 OF 5

2 – Do not over-vaccinate! The side effects of vaccinations can be very detrimental to your dog’s health as well as lowering his natural immunity. The average dog lives 10-12 years and has usually received his first round of vaccinations as a pup, these vaccines remain active, in most cases, for his lifetime. If you’re unsure, you could always do a titer test to check. Also, in most provinces and states, Rabies is the only one required by law. Studies have shown that the Rabies vaccine remains active in the dog’s body for, in most cases, the dog’s life as well! Do we, as humans, go back to the doctor, year after year to get our measles and mumps shots? No we do not! After our initial round of shots, we’re now immunized for life!

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HELP YOUR DOG TO LIVE LONGER! Part 1 of 5

HELP YOUR DOG TO LIVE LONGER – PART 1 OF 5

We all love our dogs and we want to make sure they live a long, healthy and happy life! We’ve put together a 5 Point Strategy on how to help ensure the company of our canine companions!

1 – Feed your dog a proper, nutritious diet and keep his weight down. (Here at DOGGYTIME, our guys are on a Raw Diet of meat and bones, complete with Green Tripe and organs). This diet ensures excellent nutrition for our dogs with everything they need to keep their immune systems working properly. They get a different protein source each day and we can easily monitor their weight with this method of feeding. Obesity can be very serious so this is very important. Overweight dogs can suffer from joint pain and digestive issues, and obesity can lead to heart and kidney failure.

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