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nurdbunny [userpic]
by nurdbunny (nurdbunny)
at May 18th, 2009 (11:54 am)

NurdBunny

Hahaha had to share these pics of Lucy in the bandanas! The expressions on her face crack me up!

nurdbunny [userpic]
FINALLY
by nurdbunny (nurdbunny)
at December 6th, 2008 (01:20 pm)



We finally figured it out! The snuggly warm dog hat and scarf is finally here! After some long, hard, tedious work, we finally got them past production! We made them in 3 sizes, XS, SM, M/L. We're also almost done with the slotted hats for the ears to poke out of. I'll post images of those when they're finally ready as well!
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Thanks everyone for all the feedback and suggestions! You flippin' ROCK!

(modeled by Stewie & Lucy wearing the size M/L)

Gena [userpic]
Sounds like fun :)
by Gena (genaruthp)
at November 11th, 2008 (08:26 pm)

http://www.livejournal.com/users/ljgiftswap "

nurdbunny [userpic]
by nurdbunny (nurdbunny)
at October 18th, 2008 (12:23 pm)

NurdBunny

So last night I was going through last winter's bag of ideas for winter dog hats and I found this funny red corduroy one which Stewie just loves to wear. I always laugh so hard when he wears this one but it poses a good question for this season's line of winter-wear....

QUESTION:
What is in more of demand by the customer???
a) Dog hats with cute lil teddy ears on the side or
b) Dog hats with lil slits for the pet's real ears to poke out of?

Help me out here... Let's put it to a VOTE!
Reply to this post and tell me your opinion.

Kelsie [userpic]
The dog with the problem
by Kelsie (limelight_lude)
at September 24th, 2008 (04:19 am)

...has shaped up within the past few DAYS already.
Picture underneath for thank you!Collapse )
PS - there are lots more pictures where this came from upon request if anyone else wants to see more of the little brat.

[x-posted for lots of thanks for lots of advice]

Kelsie [userpic]
Doggy Disobedience
by Kelsie (limelight_lude)
at September 18th, 2008 (11:44 pm)

My five-year-old Mastiff/Sharpei/Black Cur came through inheritance to our family a misbehaving mutt. I've been working with him very in-depth for the past three years, and he's improved quite a bit. He has been great with my mother and I, and hasn't been any trouble [except the occasional run out the front door, etc].
He's had aggression issues when he is disciplined physically, or he is cornered in somewhere (like the end of a hallway) and you are angry at him. Nothing major--he doesn't snap, but he bears his teeth and growls. We think he was abused physically before he was given to the ASPCA and then given to us, and maybe had a bad experience at the ASPCA because he is petrified of the vet's office.
He's recently, within the past month and even more intensely within the past week, been jumping up to counters and tables, taking anything chewable within reach, and chewing it to bits. Now, I'm sure our second dog [the alpha female] has been helping him in the destruction after he gets it down, but she doesn't usually get any to things herself because she's about a foot-and-a-half tall. So, he's been getting things off the counter/table/wherever and then chewing them to a pulp. So far: He's gotten eggs, cheese and other food left out on the counter in the kitchen. He's eaten a knifehandle and a Ped Egg BLADE. He has taken pasta, tortillas, and other things out of their bags. He's eaten, most recently, a stuffed frog keychain and a zip-top bag of hotel toiletries that we were going to send in an Operation: Shoebox to the troops. Oh, and he's also tried to eat terrorized two cats (we have three) within the past two weeks.
Nothing drastic has changed in his environment recently except I did some heavy traveling. In July I moved out of town, and starting in late August I became coming home once a week. I've been back without interruption for about a week now, and he continues to do these things.
I'm thinking it's something like a doggy anxiety since he only does these things (except the cats) when we aren't home, and I don't want to crate him because I feel like that's a cop-out to the actual problem, and will only cause him to act out when he's uncrated. Since his acting out seems almost psychiatric in nature, and he obeys me on simple commands extremely well, I don't want to resort to an obedience instructor.
What are some causes/options? Prescriptions? Therapies? Anti-anxiety herbs? Natural remedies? Et al for the canine variety?

[x-posted like it's my job to any place applicable comm!]

nurdbunny [userpic]
by nurdbunny (nurdbunny)
at September 18th, 2008 (11:02 pm)

NurdBunny

What a pouter!
Oh boohoohoo...lol.
Jeez, how do they learn to make such pathetic expressions? My goodness...

Diane [userpic]
Hey all
by Diane (loverazor)
at September 4th, 2008 (02:48 pm)

hey everyone! I started a new community after I saw that I have lots of clothes and other things that are either way too big or too small for my dogs. So I started a community to swap dog apparel with other members because I know you have done the same mistake and have stuff thats too big or small sitting around.

Now you can get rid of it and get your pooch some shiny new treats... doggyswap Everything from tees, jackets, booties, collars, etc.... start posting!

Thanks

if this is not allowed here, I apologize.

nurdbunny [userpic]
mr. sway
by nurdbunny (nurdbunny)
at September 3rd, 2008 (07:47 pm)

NurdBunny

OMG! Check out this adorable nonsense!!! One of our customer's sent us in a photo of her boston terrier Mr. Sway wearing his customized & personalized carmel dog hoodie! Just look at his face! My my my, I can barely stand it!

nurdbunny [userpic]
by nurdbunny (nurdbunny)
at August 26th, 2008 (11:18 pm)

NurdBunny

Stewie sportin his new hoody!
And yes....he was dead asleep, snoring his brains out not even 10 seconds after this pic was taken! lol.

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