Posts Tagged "Carolina Dog"


We Are Carnivore Predators!

We Are Carnivore Predators!


Posted By on Aug 10, 2017

On a recent early morning walk with my Carolina Dog, Schatzie, she discovered yet another of the buried rotting treasures the coyotes leave behind for “later”. Schatzie can sniff out these treasures all the time…and sometimes she does find a baby rabbit – either dead already or dying. This is nature people. It really is. While I don’t relish her finds she certainly does! You’re going to really see...

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Same Species Different Personalities

Same Species Different Personalities


Posted By on May 30, 2017

Right now I have two dogs. Both are American breeds. Both are, of course, canine carnivores – Canis lupus familiaris. (The domestic dog is a member of genus Canis that forms part of the wolf-like canids, and is the most widely abundant carnivore. Information extracted from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dog). I had to stress CARNIVORE lol. While they are both the same species with the same genus and same species needs, they are...

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Stretching into Trust

Stretching into Trust


Posted By on Mar 22, 2016

Going into my “Animal Girl” mode in this post to share with you some beautiful insights that our dogs can show us in their unique ways if we’ll but pay attention and allow them to do just that. This time we are stretching into trust with two simple canine lessons. I’ve shared many times how much my American Bully dog, King, has been able to teach and help me as regards my energy, my attitude, my emotions. In...

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The Howling Game


Posted By on Mar 23, 2015

About three months ago King (my American Bully) began playing a game with me that is not only funny but a lot of fun for me – and a nice release for him I am sure. I call it the Howling Game – even though it starts with a whole bunch of barking. King will sometimes initiate the play by running to get a toy and have me play tuggie wit him. His primary aim isn’t to play with me but to entice Schatzie (my Carolina Dog...

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