For everyone who wants to be their dog's best friend . . . Love, Dog is the trusted resource to help you make the best choices for your dog's wellbeing . . . Listen to Episode 7 with neuroscientist Dr. Kathy Murphy on your favorite podcast app or click on the podcast button below. . . . Welcome to our podcast sponsors, Fig & Tyler! and Wonder Walker harnesses!
For everyone who wants to be their dog's best friend . . . Love, Dog is the trusted resource to help you make the best choices for your dog's wellbeing . . . Listen to Episode 7 with neuroscientist Dr. Kathy Murphy on your favorite podcast app or click on the podcast button below. . . . Welcome to our podcast sponsors, Fig & Tyler! and Wonder Walker harnesses!
Howls From The Founder
In our latest podcast episode, #9, Drew and I take the deep dive into brain development with neuroscientist Kathy Murphy. She explains how dogs’ brains develop throughout their lives starting in puppyhood. It’s a really big deal because if you understand some of the basics and get things right in puppyhood, you'll set the dog up for success! That means a happier dog, and a lot more joy from your companionship.

Jim

Stunning 2 year old Great Pyrenees found near Bakersfield, CA.

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Great Pyrenees
2 Yrs
Weight unkown
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So, here we have a dynamic duo, Jim and Pam. Pam is just to the right of Jim on our homepage. They are pair of Great Pyrenees, assumed to be littermates, about two years old, who the folks over at Marley’s Mutts appear to be having quite a lot of fun with . . . they describe the pair as two goof balls!!

We here at Love, Dog would like to change that to two beautiful goof balls!

The pair was picked up as strays near Bakersfield, CA. and taken to the Bakersfield Animal Care Center. Hope of them being claimed by their owners were dashed. It’s not clear why, but there is some suspicion that entropion issues with their eyes may have something to do with it. Marley’s Mutts says that the adopters of these dogs will have to look after their eye condition with their veterinarian.

Jim and his sister Pam get along beautifully. Since they are believed to be littermates, there’s a desire to keep them together. It is not not a requirement, however, and if they’re separated, ideally there will be another fun dog in the household for them to play with.

Lastly, both pups need to learn some manners, but those are being worked on as we write this. The important thing will be for their new human companions to continue with the training. And after that, it seems like a lot of joy will come your way if you decide to bring one or both these gorgeous dogs into your family.

Please click the adopt button to learn more about Pam and Jim.

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