Lexi, Nitro, Tallulah, Bailey, and I are excited to participate in this weeks Saturday Pet Blogger Hop. Special thanks goes out to our Pet Blog Hop hosts, Life With Dogs, Two Little Cavaliers, and Confessions of the Plume! If you would like to read some entertaining pet blogger posts in the Saturday Pet Blogger Hop, just click on one of the host links above or click on the purple Pet Blogger Hop button on the right side of our homepage.
On Monday we launched a new website called Deaf Dogs Rock to help deaf dog owners, potential owners and rescues with resources, information and happy endings. Today we are launching our first ever contest on Deaf Dogs Rock. The contest is very simple. All you have to do is click on our deafdogsrock link here and answer a question in the comments area of the contest page. The question is very simple. How many dogs do you have at home? We will run this contest until Wednesday August 10 at 12:00 midnight. The winner will receive the issue below and a one year subscription to Bark Magazine. We will use random.org to chose a winner. By playing this contest it will give all of our World According To Lexi readers a window into the lives of deaf dogs and their owners. Good luck!
Click here to go to contest page and answer the question - How many dogs do you have in your home?
My name is Christina and this is what started out to be my dog/horse blog named after my dog Lexi. Slowly my blog has morphed into a dog/life/farm blog. I love to take photos of everything relating to the farm and local events. I am also a Design Junkie and love to take my old run down ranch and redesign every inch into my dream retreat. Join Lexi, myself and all the delightful creatures at Bluebird Farm and have a peek inside our wonderful world... "The World According To Lexi"
August 5, 2011
Saturday Pet Blogger Hop - Check Out Our Contest On Our New Website Deaf Dogs Rock
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I recently met a Great Dane that is deaf. He is the most wonderful dog and I am totally fascinated watching he and his human communicate through sign language.ReplyDelete
We have never adopted a deaf greyhound, but if the need ever arose, we wouldn't hesitate for a minute.
We fostered a deaf dog for a few days once, but our house wasn't the best place for him. Our kids were too small and startled him. I think they are old enough now.ReplyDelete