One of my favorite things about having The Blissful Dog as my business/baby/passion is the powerful reviews and heartfelt thank you emails and notes we receive. It especially touches us when customers take time from their busy lives to share Before and After pictures of their dogs.
Whether it is BEFORE pictures of gnarly, crusty noses that are now soft, kissably smooth noses or fun pictures of dogs being blissful, we LOVE getting dog pictures from our customers and friends.
Thank you each so much for sharing your beloved dogs with us - keep those pictures coming and tag us on anything social. #theblissfuldog
Below is a great note from Grace's dog mom, Chelsea...
"Just wanted to send you a before and after of our mastiff Grace, she will be 5 this November and I just accepted her super dry crusty nose for the past 3 years. I recently stumbled across the nose butter and decided to give it a try, well we are only 5 days in and Grace's nose is as good as new. I had no idea this would work this well and this fast, I just wanted to thank you so much, she looks like her old self again."
Since I am all about being politically correct (and hating spam-bots), I moderate comments
Ever since people have shared their lives with dogs, we have been trying to get and keep nasty biting, stinging, disease-carrying bugs away from them and us.
It is said that during the Medieval plagues dogs and cats were both used to attract fleas off of the people and onto them. Seems a bit harsh to me, but if it was get the plague or use my dog as a flea magnet...
Have you ever wondered just how many actual dog breeds are recognized by the different registries. First a quick definition of what a dog registry actually does.
From Good Old Wikipedia...(I condensed) A breed registry is an official list of animals within a specific dog breed whose parents are known. Animals are usually registered by their breeders when they are still young. Such registries usually issue certificates for each recorded animal, called a pedigree, pedigreed animal documentation, or most commonly, an animal's "papers".