Friday, October 14, 2011


Life With Dogs – What a Dog Does When It’s Cold:

'via Blog this'

What is wrong with people?

I would like to toss the person into Causeway traffic!

Crews Search For Kitten Tossed Into Causeway Traffic - New Orleans News Story - WDSU New Orleans


Calm down Macy's!
(Poor photography - IPhone... Christmas @ Macy's)

I want just 1!

Kiss me!


Walkin Barb!

Love it!

Pamela is back! Thank you Mommy!


Wednesday, October 12, 2011

The view from my kitchen window...

beautiful full moon.

Hi Mommy

This is our "sad you are leaving and the walk is over" face(s)!

Amazing day in BSJ

How sweet is this face?!

My Daddy is doing really well this year!  wink, wink!

Her - "excited to see Barb face"

She would much rather sleep vs a good work out!


I have no Diet Coke and decided to have coffee...
I am on my 3rd cup!
This can't be good - I never drink coffee.
I am shaking :) but productive... 


GOOOOOOD cookies!

So creative...

Wow - that is a good one Barb!

Walkin' our Pamela

I want to get it...

If the lady drops this leash I am gonna get ya!

This Saturday!

Delgado's Annual Animal Expo is a fun-filled day of events benefiting Delgado's Veterinary Technology Program.  Admission is free and open to the public.  Friendly, leashed dogs up to date on vaccinations are invited to attend.  It all takes place Saturday, October 15, 2011 from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. on Delgado's City Park Campus (615 City Park Ave. New Orleans, LA 70119).  For more information, contact Lee Gaffney via phone at 504-671-5640 or via email at 

   * Magic 101.9 live remote with Johnny Scott
   * Baths, "pawticures" and ear cleaning
   * Red Barn Farm Tour
   * Meet adoptable animals, area veterinarians and dog  
   * Kid's Activity Korner
   * AKC Canine Good Citizen testing
   * Shopping and Food for 2 and 4 legged guests
   * Music by the Delgado Jazz Ensemble
   * Try out the exciting sport of K9 Flyball
   *  Exercise for you and your dog in the Barking Boot Camp    
   * Pet Photos by Scott Stuntz Photography

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

I love my walkin!

Mommy - thanks for giving me Bradley 

Why did you stop?

We have things to smell!

I only have one eye ball!

Love the look with 2!


A wonderful client of our is moving and this beautiful little man "adopted" them when they moved into a new home.  Now - they are moving out of state and are hoping to find him a new home.  Her note below...  

Need to find a home for Chartreaux. He's an outdoor cat, but we can pet him now. He really wants to be friendly. Right now he's relaxing on this chair while I sit on the porch. We already have 3 middle-aged cats and can't add another right now. Not sure what will happen to him when we move. Please share...


Never gets old...

Monday, October 10, 2011

Heads up Garden District neighbors and friends

Dear Garden Distirct Neighbors:  

Today, the Sixth Distirct NOPD reported two armed robbery attempts in the Garden Distirct.  Both occurred near 8 am this morning. The first on 2nd and Coliseum, the second on 4th and Coliseum.    The GDSD patrol assisted NOPD  in searching for the perpetrator(s).  There are no know leads on the case at this time. Below are excerpts from the reports from Capt Bardy of the NOPD: 

At about 7:45 a.m. the victim,  was walking in a north bound direction on Second Street from Magazine Street. As the victim was crossing the intersection of Second and Coliseum Streets she was approached by an unknown black male who was traveling in a downtown direction on Coliseum Street. The unknown black male produced a long firearm from his front waistband, pointed it at the victim, and stated: “Give me your purse!”  She began screaming for help and ran to her place of employment where she notified the police. The perpetrator fled on foot in a south bound direction on Second Street and then made a right onto Chestnut Street and then unknown.

The victim described the perpetrator as a black male, approximately 5’ tall, weighing approximately 150 pounds, appeared to be in his early 20’s, and having a short hairstyle. The perpetrator was attired in a black baseball cap, a short sleeve black shirt, and blue jeans.

The second victim was walking his dog in a downtown direction on Coliseum Street. Once the victim was at the intersection of Fourth and Coliseum Streets he was approached by an unknown black male who was traveling on foot in an uptown direction on Coliseum Street. The black male zipped down a black long sleeve wind breaker to expose a long weapon in his waistband and stated: “Empty your pockets!”  The victim advised the perpetrator he didn’t have any pockets to the gym shorts he was wearing,  then removed a set of keys he had in the pocket of his hoodie and held his hands up to show the perpetrator he didn’t have any property. The perpetrator then patted the victim down. The perpetrator then advised the victim to turn around and walk in an uptown direction on Coliseum. The perpetrator then fled the location on foot in a downtown direction on Coliseum towards Jackson Avenue and then unknown. The victim relocated back to his residence to notify the police.

He described the perpetrator as a black male having a brown skin complexion, in between 5’8”- 5’10” tall, weighing approximately 170 pounds, having a short hair style, clean shaven, appeared to be in between his late 20’s to early 30’s, and had a mole under his right eye. The perpetrator was attired in a plain black long sleeve wind breaker, dark blue jeans, and a black “Pirates” baseball hat with a gold stitched “P” on the front. The perpetrator was wearing a shirt underneath the jacket but the victim was unable to recall the color. He described the weapon as long with a metallic barrel and a brown stock.

Happy girl!

Can we go again?

Our little WS babies hate her...

I have been looking for the babies...

Just found them in my bed.  I guess they are sleepy?!  

On a mission to get back to Mommy!

Cheers y'all! It is MONDAY!


Like glue...

Sweet baby A gets as close as he can to Barb on walks.

Sunday, October 9, 2011

Save the date y'all

Canine Connection is hosting this event and 100% of the proceeds benefit the LA/SPCA.

Saturday ~ 10.22.11

4pm - 8pm 
Canine Connection
4920 Tchoupitoulas Street

Live Music
Canine Costume Contest
Trick or Treating for Dogs
Snacks & Refreshments
Contests & Prizes
Games & Giveaways
Rescue Dogs for Adoption

Sunday Blogger

It is one of those days... Blogger is not letting me post photos or videos!  I hate when it does this to me.