When I was just a young pup,
I lived in a magical city, Calgary, that had big grassy areas where
I could meet my friends, run and play-- all without a leash! I'm
pretty sure I've seen ads for these places on TV. They call them
"Disneyland", but we call them dog parks. I miss these
places so much that I decided to make one here, where everyone
is welcome to run and play without a leash.
Calgary is in the north and so is blessed with
long snowy winters. Winter is an excellent time to visit dog parks.
All dogs love snow. We don't get much snow here in Houston, Texas. But there are lots of friendly
dogs, squirrels (Virgil and Eugene live in our yard), frogs, trees
and shade. The frogs look delicious.
Because I'm a Samoyed I have a furry white coat,
which needs lots of brushing. I don't like being groomed, but put up
with it since it seems to give my people a bit of a thrill.
When I was 7 years old I was diagnosed with Canine
had a terrible time at first, but finally settled down happily to my
two injections of insulin each day. Injections are wonderful things
and you should try to get some. You always get a crunchy treat
Besides my people, Keith and
Pat, who are actually quite well-trained, here are a few of my
Enjoy your visit to my park,
stay away from the street and be sure to have your people clean up
all your messes before you go home.
Info: How to care for your diabetic dog
Tribute to Kyra
went to the Rainbow Bridge in December, 2003 at age 13. He had a
happy life. Visit Chance's