We had a plan, my aunt and me, we were going to make some feeding placemats for my dogs. We began this process last week when we spent a couple of hours at the store just deciding what fabrics we would use. After that we just needed to pick a day we had time to … Continue reading My first sewing project
It has recently become a little difficult walking my dogs because, as I explained in the post Stronger harnesses on my new blog, Indy and Sandy's leaches broke again and now we are using a collar/chocker. This is a regular collar but the leach ties to a chocker like net that, when pulled, acts like … Continue reading Dealing with sensory hypersensitivity
One of our routes while walking our dogs include crossing an avenue. We cross it on a curve where it's clearly marked for crossing and where we can see if cars are coming. I always take my time making sure there are no cars coming or that a car has stopped to let us cross. … Continue reading Facing my fears
A few weeks ago, someone in my building complained about me having two dogs, even though my dogs have been with me for eight months and she has seen them multiple times. We had to get a letter from my psychiatrist explaining their purpose in my therapy. This week, another neighbor complained to the building … Continue reading What is it now?
I want to welcome you to my new page, My dogs and me. First I want to introduce you to my dogs, Indy and Sandy. My beautiful girls are almost ten months old and they were rescued when they were a month and a half old. They are sisters and when we rescued them I … Continue reading Indy and Sandy
Today I added another page to my blog, this page is about my dogs, my life with them and I will share pictures, anecdotes and interesting stuff I learn about dogs. I hope you like it!
When my dogs, Indy and Sandy, have energy there really isn't much we can do. We can make them calm down, but I have to let my mean side come out and I don't like them to see that side of me. This morning they were pretty energetic, even though they had already been out … Continue reading My canine nurses
My puppies, who are close to being 7 months old are growing up too fast. Last week we took them to the Humane Society to be sterilized. I wanted to be with them when we left them there for their appointment but I was told it would be better if I stayed home, I don't … Continue reading Always be my happy, playful puppies
My dogs need attention, they've always had it because there is always someone with them. I'm always here with them on weekdays, not having a job works in my dog's favor and we, very rarely, leave them all alone here for a long time. They know that when I'm the only one here, they are … Continue reading Can’t imagine life without them
It seemed everyone was at the beach in San Juan and probably in the rest of Puerto Rico today; this is very normal on Easter or Semana Santa. In my family we usually spend the whole weekend at the beach in the west, but this year we decided to stay in San Juan because our … Continue reading Easter weekend at the beach
I feel like it's been forever since I last told you about my puppies. They have grown so much I can't believe they're not even six month's old yet, but they will be soon. They are still adorable and people fall in love with them because they are so playful and always want to say … Continue reading “There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face. “
This is a live chronicle of my night babysitting 4 dogs. The oldest of the four dogs is fed up with them, he is too old for this s#*!, even though he is only like a year older than the puppies. I do get him; the girls can take a lot out of you, I … Continue reading The Chronicles of a Dog Sitter
When I was growing up we used to go to this park where we could run around all day, there were swings, a lot of trees, grass to run around in and get covered in dirt and anything else we could find. I remember going there a lot when I was in elementary school for … Continue reading A day at the dog park