Thursday, December 3, 2009

We got two new babies!


Wow - how I remember both of these ages!
The old baby got a puppy... see the "yea" on his face!


Are you going to holiday shop online?

iGive.com will donate a percentage of each purchase, up to 26%, to LASPCA! Over 580 stores to shop, including Barnes and Noble, Fine Art for Cat Lovers, OshKosh B'Gosh, and Hallmark. Check out their great mall!

Dry...

Baby S. lip gets caught on his teeth...
Needs some Burt's Bees!

Shop to support LA/SPCA


Whether you want to help spread the message of "Don't Leave Home Without Them" or want to show your support of our anti-cruelty efforts through one of our pro-pit bull designs, you can wear and give these items with pride.

2010 LA/SPCA Calendar On Sale Now
Featuring adopted shelter animals and their life-saving stories. 100% of the proceeds benefit the Off-site Adoption Team. $15

More gift ideas...

http://www.la-spca.org/shop/home.htm

Looking for a home...

Are you looking for a baby? Please email us...
This one would love you!

Bidness Dog!

Serious workin' going on!

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Monday, November 30, 2009

Trash talkin' to Mommy

video

Not going out in this mess...

I am not crossing this line!

Don't go...

Dry my hair!

Why is it raining?


Not big fans of the rain...

Heading to New York in January?


The Preservation Resource Center has been preserving and restoring New Orleans' cherished architectural heritage and neighborhoods for thirty-five years. They are hosting a fantastic event on January 14, 2010 at Sacks Fifth Avenue in New York featuring (my brother) Derek Douget Quartet with Irvin Mayfield. If you are heading that way... or have friends that may be able to support this fantastic organization... we would love to see them there!

http://www.prcno.org/events/calendar/1108
http://www.derekdouget.com/


So disappointing...

Due to City budget constraints, Louisiana SPCA cutting services in month of December
New Orleans (November 27, 2009) – December 1, 2009, the LA/SPCA will suspend all non-emergency animal control services to Orleans Parish. Without City funding for December, the LA/SPCA will provide emergency animal services only: Emergency animal services include critically injured animals and cases where an owned dog has bitten a human. This reduction in services is a compromise agreed upon by the City Administration when the contract outlining animal control services was signed in February 2009. Animal control services being suspended until a new contract has been agreed upon for 2010:
Stray animal collection (including dog packs)
Stray dogs threatening humans (not biting) at a home or place of business
Trapping of domestic or wild animals
Removal of wildlife in homes
Collecting animals from owners who can no longer care for them and do not have transportation
Code Enforcement (leash laws, rabies verification . . .)
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Cookie time at La Maison Remy...

Max, Tiny, Henri, Isabelle & Buzi


Bradley making out with Isabelle...

He needs to get out more!