Get Ready for Dog of the Week!

I was thinking since I haven’t posted any dog stuff on here recently I would start doing a “dog of the week”. Every week after Christmas I will be posting about a dog breed.

I will provide info of the dog that I choose such as health, care, grooming, history, etc.

Like I said, I will start posting a dog of the week after Christmas week.

What do you guys think of this? Let me now down in the comments!

The very first dog of the week hint!

“I am fluffy and kind. I herd sheep and cattle, and maybe your kids if you don’t play with me! I sometimes have piercing blue eyes along with my white and blue dappled coat. What dog am I? Find out the week after Christmas!”




God Loves and Cares for You

Have you ever questioned yourself if God truly exists?

Why question when there’s proof He existed in the Holy Bible.

He created you and knew you before you were ever born.

He put you on earth for a reason and He will love and cherish those who love and believe in Him.

John 3:16 “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life.

Galatians 2:20 I have been crucified with Christ. It is no longer I who live, but Christ who lives in me. And the life I now live in the flesh I live by faith in the Son of God. who loved me and gave himself for me.

Zephaniah 3:17 The LORD your God is in your midst, a mighty one who will save; he will rejoice over you with gladness; he will quiet you by his love; he will exult over you with loud singing.

These are just a few of many verses from the Bible.

To read more verses about how God loves you, visit:



Peanut Butter Ball Treats

Peanut Butter Balls are a treat for both human and canine! Unfortunatly I ran out of peanut butter and wasn’t able to make them again to add a picture.

Peanut Butter balls are basically just peanut butter and a few peanuts mixed together.


  1. Get your peanut butter jars out and your peanuts! (Or whatever other treats you would like to add to it)
  2. get a bowl
  3. Get the peanut butter out of the jar and put in it the bowl along with the peanuts
  4.  Mix until the peanut butter becomes creamy
  5.  Get out a cupcake tin
  6.  Fill each section until its full with peanut butter (or however much you want)
  7.  Once all your peanut butter is but into the tin, put it in the freezer for about 3 & 1/2 hours.
  8.  After the long awaited hours are up, get out your tin and let them thaw for about 5 minutes.
  9.  Eat and enjoy!


The Truth About Halloween|The Truth Untold

Halloween, I’m sure many of us have celebrated it before. Not even thinking twice about what its background came from.

Its background came from the druids, the druids were satanists. They performed human sacrifices on Halloween, for their belief was that the ‘world of the dead’ and our world opened up to one another. They thought that the souls of the dead would roam around the world and cause havoc.  As a Christian, you should know that the Bible says “The dead know nothing” once your dead your DEAD. There’s no soul roaming or any of that crap. Anyways, where does the tradition of dressing of come from? The druids thought that if they dressed up as the ‘spirits’ that they would be left alone.

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“But if I keep my child away from this, they’ll be missing out on something!” No, they wont be missing out on anything. Unless you want your kids to be participating in this ceremony.. then they will be missing out on something. They’ll be missing out on God’s will. Even if your not celebrating exactly the way that others do, its still participating in evil.

I’ll be making more posts on this as we get closer to Halloween.

I haven’t posted much in the past year, I’ve been busy with school and such. Hopefully I’ll be able to post more now that I’m not as busy.

Let me know down in the comments if you have any questions!

More About how the Miniature Pincher and the Doberman Pincher ARE NOT RELATED

Like I had said in my last post (if you haven’t checked it out yet, I suggest go do it) we learned that the Miniature Pincher and the Doberman Pincher are completely different dogs. Now we are going to talk about how their characteristics are different. First of all, the Min Pin (that’s what I call them) is a one person dog, but can be trained to be a family dog (it is very hard), they also are guard dogs. The Doberman Pincher is a family dog, and also a guard dog. As we see here are differences and similarities, they are both guard dogs, but one is a family dog and the other isn’t.  There are also many other differences and similarities between these dogs, but that doesn’t mean they are related. Saying that these dogs are related is like saying that the dachshund and the Rottweiler are the related, which they aren’t.

I hope you learned a lot from this! Don’t forget to comment down below and let me know how I can improve and maybe even add to my site :D.

1 Important thing About the Miniature Pincher that is being Hidden Away

Here is a question for you, “was the Doberman Pincher bred BEFORE the Miniature Pincher? Or was it the opposite? ” What do you think? Well if you said that the Doberman Pincher was bred before the mini companion, you were wrong. For those that had chose the opposite, well done! You know your Miniature Pincher facts! But those that don’t know why that they were wrong, take a seat. The Miniature Pincher was bred to be a guard dog in Germany back in the 1800s. There was one man who wanted a bigger “version” of these tiny, aggressive little dogs. That is where the Doberman Pincher came in, after breeding many dogs, the Doberman Pincher was bred. This isn’t the answer to your question, the answer to your question is that the Doberman Pincher was bred from COMPLETELY different dogs than the Miniature Pincher! The sad thing about this is that so little know about this, which is why I created this site.

I hope you learned something today, we will continue about this in my next blog. And don’t forget to comment down below what you think!

Hope to see you there!



Dog of the Week #2

I’m very sorry for the delay. Last month I ended up getting a very bad cold and it took me forever to get over it. But anyway I’m back and ready for the dog of the week!

This week’s Dog of the day is the Doberman Pinscher, my blog mascot pretty much lol.The Doberman Pinschers are feared by many mainly because of their size and their rough-tough look.

But really to me their just a bunch of big babies.

I own a Doberman Pinscher, his name is Toby. I’ve had Toby ever since he was a little puppy. He is about 7 or 8 years old now and is such a doofus!

I don’t mean that in a mean way, he just makes everyone laugh and he is just the sweetest thing you could ever lay your eyes on.

The Doberman is a excellent family dog as long as you get him, or her, when he is young so he can get used to you and you can train him easier.

The average life-span of a Doberman is 10-11 years average.

And that was this week’s Dog of the Week! I will be trying very hard to get these out every week, but you know how life is, busy busy.

Dog of the Week! #1

Hello everyone! I’m sorry that dog of the week was delayed another week, who knew New Year’s week could be so busy?

The very first dog of the week is the Australian shepherd!

The Australian Shepherd, known to some as the “Aussie”, is a farming herd dog.

Most people who adopt Aussies have a lot of livestock. And some other people get them because they are some of the most friendly dogs you’ll ever adopt.

Aussies are good around almost anyone, even big families. But aren’t so good for little toddlers, it isn’t because they are aggressive towards them, but its because they play just a bit to rough for them when they play and could knock one over and seriously injure your child.

But that’s no reason not to love em’, cause they’ll sure love you for as long as they live (12-15 years)!

That was this week’s Dog of the Week! Hope we don’t get anymore delays now that things are slowing down.

God bless <3!


Kennel Cough Vaccine| What Dog Owners Need to be Aware of

Kennel Cough is sort of like a doggy flu or cold. They will get a runny nose and start coughing and/or sneezing a lot and may show signs of being feverish.

I just came back from my 6 day vacation with my family. I had to take my dogs to the vet to be boarded since I couldn’t find a pet friendly hotel.

I had gotten their rabies vaccine last month, and I thought that was the only required vaccine to get boarded. Turns out the Kennel Cough vaccine was also required.

The Kennel Cough Vaccine is a live virus vaccine that gets shot up your pet’s nose. This vaccine can cause Kennel Cough in your dog.

It’s a 50/50 chance for your dog to get kennel cough after getting the vaccine.

Let’s just say my min pin didn’t get lucky…

When I was driving home, I heard sneezing in the back of the car. Turns out my min pin got the kennel cough.

It’s not full blown kennel cough though, he just sneezes a lot. But he’s doing better now, I put some liquid silver in his water and now his sneezing is nearly gone.


This was what I call a “random” post. I haven’t been posting lately since I’ve been running out of things to post about.

God bless and I’ll see you in my next post! ❤