MY DOG LEADS TWO LIVES
What you've stumbled upon is one of the most unique and exciting canine stories you'll ever be told.
Omar Blue is his name. A 120 lb. blue Doberman. He lives at home with me, part of the time. Other times, he goes off to a town he and his fierce pack of canine followers have founded and named K9 Town, USA.
Join Omar Blue and his Pack. Become a part of their fantastic, mystical journey.
My Dog Leads Two Lives
I've learned not to worry. I know he'll be back.
Monday, January 25, 2016
Omar Blue - Ode to my friends the Labradors
Today I’m going
to talk about Labradors, because my best friend, Major Diggs, was a Lab.
He passed away
last year and everyone still misses him, very much.
now living forever at K9 Town, doing what he does best, being second in charge.
How this happens is another "true tale" but I’ll tell you this, there are many at
K9 Town that decided not to go further on, to Rainbow Bridge. They have all the love and respect we can give and they love being a part of our adventures.
Very happy, as you can see and always up to something.
They're waiting for me. I'll be joining the fun shortly.
To continue…. I’ve
made new friends but some of them are very unfortunate. They don’t have homes
and people to love and care for them. These are the ones I want to tell you
In many ways
they’re all the same. They are outgoing and friendly, even tempered, gentle, agile, kind
and smart.Those are all traits of the Labrador,
and things that make them wonderful companions and family pets. Sounds like the
Doberman, I might add, if I were talking about us.
Here are a few
of my friends but there are many more, younger and older, needing homes and
people to love.
to be adopted, they are staying at the Lab Rescue LRCP and in foster homes, in
faces below belong to just a few of the kind, caring volunteers who work hard
at the Rescue, and beyond, to find the perfect homes for my friends.
If you have
room in your heart, and in your life, think about giving a dog a home. You won’t
Contact the Lab
Rescue LRCP email@example.com or coordinator Angie Turner by phone,
Gotta go now. Thanks for stopping by. Come back soon.