Bruno's Bed!

by Bridget

Princess is my Australian Cattle Dog.
In short form, Princess gets what Princess wants! But her needs are few and her affection is plentiful.

Princess is fortunate to have a room all to her
self. She has two leftover beds from kids with full mattress, blankets and pillow. She prefers that to any toys.

Her food and water bowl are kept in this room.
When I take her outside to roam she gulps the water from her outside water bowl.

She prefers just her dog food and no treats. But bring on the water! Gulp,Gulp!

She has a window on second floor which she loves to look out of to enjoy seeing the the birds and squirrels up close. So much more fun!

And when she sleeps she prefers under the blankets, of course!

Princess is my best buddy!

Note from the editors: Did you know? According to the Guinness Book Of World Records an Australian Cattle Dog is the longest-lived dog recorded, with one of them reaching 29+ years of age. His name was Bluey.

The general life span for this breed is between 12 to 16 years.

Read more about the ACD here

australian cattle dog owner guideaustralian cattle dogs

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May 26, 2009
Just A Comment About Pet Collars
by: Anonymous

If you have an overly-noisy dog, a no-bark collar, in my opinion, is a safe, effective and humane way to train your dog to be quieter.

Clinical studies conducted by the College of Veterinary medicine of Cornell University have proven that Spray Bark Collars are TWICE as effective as shock collars!

Also, in my opinion, sonic dog barking collars are virtually ineffective compared to spray.

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