Friendship Collar | New Dog Collars | Earthdoglife

by | Thursday, June 5, 2014 |

so i don't usually write about earthdog-related things here (although i'm not sure why since somebody's gotta buy the stuff or these dogs will be eating us for dinner) however on this occasion i can’t contain my excitement so please excuse this small bit of promotion.i've long been a fan of friendship bracelets - i love the colors, the patterns and the craftsmanship. after murray died i sewed his id tag on an old bracelet i had made in college and when that one wore out i got a new one and...

say cheese

by | Wednesday, July 18, 2012 |

back in october (i’ve never claimed to be timely) we had the pleasure of being photographed by adrian hitt, an accomplished nashville pet photographer.  i should start by mentioning that i absolutely hate having my picture taken - the hatred is alleviated only mildly when there’s a dog with me in the photograph.  i’m finding i’m having to get used to it more and more as dave’s interest in photography increases but the idea of a “photography...

pitbull awareness day 2010

by | Thursday, October 21, 2010 |

for the third year we will be sponsoring the spay station at the nashville event on sat.  free neuters will be done on site (by appt) and vouchers will be handed out for free spays & neuters at fix for life in lebanon, tn. come join in the festivities - it should be a beautiful day.  this fine little lady will be joining dave & i... click here for a state by state listing of events and here for more information on the nashville event.  ...

we tweet, therefore we are

by | Friday, March 6, 2009 |

want to keep up with what carly’s destroying? want snippets of information from the innards of earthdog? want a look through the tiny lens of dave’s obsessive iphone photo snapping? want to wonder where yet another 10 minutes of your day went? hey then we’ve got just the thing...join us on twitter: www.twitter.com/earthdogkym www.twitter.com/earthdogdave...

stuff it

by | Tuesday, November 11, 2008 |

one of the components of our bed stuffing is a recycled poly-cotton that is delivered to us in a very tightly bound 700-lb block of hell.  in the old days dave and i would single-handedly have to figure out how to maneuver this fat chunk thing into a very small hallway where we actually stuffed the beds.  fortunately that is no longer the case and neither one of us suffered any hernias.  the bed stuffing now takes place in a separate building and the block of “fuzz”...

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