Friday, August 18, 2017

It's Time for Some Weekend Fun

   We are joining Da DB Boyz for Flower Friday. Don’t forget to stop and smell the flowers. 
Beautiful flowers in Juneau

Flowers at Mendenhall Glacier
Beautiful Skagway, Alaska

We really enjoy participating in McGuffy’s Reader 15 and Meowing Friendly Fill-Ins blog hop! We are very excited to share our answers and look forward to reading what others share.                                                          
1. If someone were visiting my area, I would recommend a visit to the downtown area and the Red River Riverfront. We have lovely old buildings with ornate features including the Municipal Auditorium where Elvis used to perform in the beginning of his career. *These are links to my blog posts about these places.
2. My favorite room in my home is the living room because the dogs can sit next to us on the couches and cuddle.
3. Back-to-school time makes me think of all the years that I worked in the school system. I was a child specific/special ed aide for five years, an aide in a mild/moderate special ed high school class for two years, an office aide for four years and a library assistant for five years.                           
4.My favorite year of school was my senior year because seniors rule!
We want to wish our son, Dustin a wonderful birthday. Here’s hoping this is your best year ever!
We are so proud of you.
We are excited to be a part of the
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Thursday, August 17, 2017

Ooh La La It's Le Bōl

Bentley: “I'll admit it, we are rolling-in-stinky-stuff, squirrel-chasing, licking-where-we-can kind of guys. However, that doesn’t mean we don’t enjoy the finer things in life.”
Lilac and Seine Blue versions of Le Bol bowl from Loving Pets
Barking from the Bayou, LLC received LeBol bowls from Loving Pets in exchange for an honest review. We only share products that we enjoy and believe will benefit our readers. Loving Pets is not responsible for the contents of this article. 
This review contains Amazon affiliate links.

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

How to Help Your Dog Stay Calm and Quiet

Therabis Calm and Quiet Treat Supplements
Barking from the Bayou, LLC received a bag of Therabis Calm and Quiet in exchange for an honest review. We only share products that we trust and  believe will benefit our readers. All opinions are my own and Therabis is not responsible for the contents of this article.
   Last month we introduced you to Therabis™ Stop the Itch. The difference in Bentley’s scratching is incredible. He continues to get one sachet added to his breakfast each morning with wonderful results. The review that I wrote was sponsored by Therabis through the BlogPaws® Pet Influencer Network. I was so happy to find an all-natural product that is controlling his itching that I decided to reach out to Therabis and thank them personally. They offered to send me their Calm and Quiet Treat Supplements to see if they helped Bentley during thunderstorms and other stressful situations. 

Monday, August 14, 2017

BFTB NETWoof News August 14, 2017

Bentley Basset Hound: “Welcome to this week’s BFTB NETWoof News for August 14, 2017. It has been a busy week here on the bayou but we fetched some great reports for you. Let’s go straight to my co-anchor Pierre.”
BFTB NETWoof News reports on Heroes help distressed cow deliver its baby
Cow w/calf photo credit: Creative Commons/Wikimedia
Pierre Westie: “I think this is the first time that a cow made our top story but we believe that you’ll agree it is worthy. We all know that sometimes all animals need help when delivering a baby and a cow is no exception. A group of bicyclists were passing a cow in labor when they noticed she was in distress. One biker took off his shirt and went straight to work turning the breech calf. It took teamwork but they could turn the calf. They tied some rope around its front hooves and helped complete the delivery. After a few scary moments to get its heart beating, the mama cow began cleaning her baby as it opened it big eyes and nuzzled close.”