Sunday, 22 March 2009

Help needed from Animal Lovers

As a lot of you know, the very talented Bernie Berlin has a shelter she is trying to finish and needs our help.  A Place to Bark  is the place to visit as Bernie will be starting her yearly art auctions / fundraiser.  

In her crusade to help the animals, Bernie has been assisted by her friend Joe Frazz.
Joe is a canine photographer, dedicated to helping dogs in shelters. He donates his time and energy by helping every chance he can.   Bernie and Joe are going to be working on collaborative projects in the upcoming months.  

At this present time Joe is in a photo contest and needs the help of all animal lovers everywhere!

If you are an animal lover, would you please be so kind to pop over to   

The Day The Dogs Stood Still, A photographic journey of Life & Hope

If you love dogs, please help by taking a moment to vote.  There is no monetary cost involved, just your time.  By taking the time will make a world of difference to an animal in need.

Please spread the word!! If you have children, they too could help and together we could all make a difference!  As Bernie email says....  

"Because Life is Worth Saving at All costs.."

I've voted.... it would be great if you could too!


Introducing Jessie

Jessie a 15 year old Lab X - was rescued when she was 16 weeks old...  went to live with my ex with her older adopted *sister* Corky.   Sadly, Corky is no longer with us.

Jessie has come to live with me again, and although Baillie and Harley don't mind her, they are not too sure what too make of it all!  

Jess has been an outside dog for the past 3 years, having to sleep outside ....  as she can fit through the doggy door, she now has a bed made up in the living room!  I am going to have to make some changes so that the old girl can live out the rest of her life in a home filled with love.

I have also included some photos taken many, many years ago when I visited Wolf Mountain Sanctuary in Lucerne Vallery, California.....  The first wolf is Apache Moon and the 2nd and 3rd is Dakota.... they are such huge creatures...  but it was an experience I will cherish...  if you get the chance.... go and meet the wolves.....

Kangaroos in the garden

After dropping off a friend last Saturday after being out on Jervis Bay monitoring a dolphin, these little guys were scattered throughout the yards in the cul de sac!