Margaret on January 27th, 2010

It has been part of the Chinese, and other Asian countries’ culture, to butcher and serve in restaurants, dog and cat meat. It is done openly and the dog meat appears on the menu. In the Western world it is not part of our culture to eat dogs and cats which we regard as our […]

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Margaret on January 26th, 2010

Dogs although they might have grounds to play on might not be motivated to exercise unless they are puppies at play. And their humans might be like wise. But put the two together, and a walk might do wonders for the health of the owner(s) and the dog(s). Barbados is a small island surrounded by […]

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Margaret on January 19th, 2010

Haiti is receiving help from all over the world. Caribbean islands, such as Barbados, have been doing collections through organisations like the Red Cross, banking institutions, major supermarkets, and radio appeals, with popular local sports people and entertainers getting involved, on the roads, and appealing for help and support. I believe over one hundred thousand […]

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Margaret on January 17th, 2010

It is a very tragic situation in Haiti and it is possible that the death count could be over 100,000 people as a result of an earthquake. In an earthquake of a magnitude such as Haiti’s, one of the most important things to save lives would be to find and save the people still alive […]

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Margaret on January 15th, 2010

The above came from my friend Roy Weston, of Farleycross, in Wales. “Jovi” one of my Bouviers came from Roy and his wife and “Jovi’s” pedigree name is “So Far so Good at Farleycross”. That is because Roy knew that I wanted a show quality Bouvier and it was really so far so good up […]

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Margaret on January 15th, 2010

Rita is one of my Bouviers. She is large with a forbidding beard and moustache which is typical of the Bouvier Des Flandres breed. Also typical of the breed is that you generally do not find any shy or subservient Bouviers as you may find with other breeds. The Bouvier is a breed which loves […]

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Margaret on January 7th, 2010

I saw in a recent issue of “The Nation” newspaper that a man from the parish of St. Joseph was warned of intended prosecution over the killing of a dog. One dog was allegedly killed by the man, Jeffrey Clarke of Cambridge, and another dog seriously injured. The man would be charged under the Prevention […]

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Margaret on January 2nd, 2010

Watch more National Geographic Channel videos on AOL Video A lovely video coming from National Geographic about an Orangutan and a dog. It appears to be a strange friendship at first but both seem very happy in each other’s company. And I love how the Orangutan smiles for the camera 🙂 🙂

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Margaret on January 1st, 2010

The star of American Idol is currently staying at Sandy Lane Hotel, Barbados. Yes, the Sandy Lane Hotel which Tiger Woods booked (the total hotel) for his wedding several years ago in Barbados. Simon Cowell is a friend to dog rescue groups in Barbados, such as the Hope, and he usually helps with their fund […]

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