Hello Heroes! I decided not to say “back to school” since can sometimes sound negative. I want you to be positive about another school year.
Change is happening again, going from summer to school time, and a new year with new things is going on.
I recently had a change too. My Dad was away for a while and now he is back home working hard. We will be seeing all of you again in October!
Being heroes means making good choices even when things are changing around us.
When you start classes, please be sure to be respectful to your new classmates. Making new friends is an exciting part of life.
Thank you for being heroes in my pack!
WE ARE HEROES
When we last met, you were still in school. We talked about how we can all be heroes and I am sure you thought about some more ways while classes were still in session.
Now it is summer so things are a little different, but we still need to be heroes!!
With more time on our hands, getting into trouble is more of a possibility. This seems to happen to me when I’m in the house on a rainy day.
My Dad knows this so he makes sure I stay active by going for a walk as soon as possible and running through some sit and stay activities!
So, please stay active this summer, as it will help us be good heroes and will also help us feel well physically!
In addition, if you are walking and see a dog, please remember what I told you about the proper way to meet a dog you do not know. Ask first, then squat down and say hello as you approach the dog.
Most of all, this summer, I want you to have fun and enjoy the time off!!
I will see you soon!
WE ARE HEROES
Vote for Daniel Miracle Beagle every day! A ban gas chambers nationwide campaign
Final countdown! Please vote for Daniel the Miracle Beagle every day so he can go to Hollywood to tell the nation to stop hurting his friends with animal gas chambers. Click on the blue VOTE button to the right. Thank you http://www.herodogawards.org/vote/?nominee=29998526
We all have a starting point in life where an event or individual gave us our “beginning”. My Dad’s was his brother, Fritz. He never referred to him as “his dog”, always as his brother, and that continues today. If not for Fritz, my dad would not be on his journey to promote my causes to help animals. Thank you Fritz!
This picture was taken in my foster home. I given so much love here before I found my forever home. It got me thinking about how all of us who do the right thing for animals need to stay loyal to each other. If we do, think about how many more we will save.
Our companion animals MUST be considered family, this would help all of my causes. Please let us know ways people can be better pet parents to our beloved animals.
When the door opened I was alive and wagging my tail. Now We are seeking to open many promising doors to help animals. Door number one is to close down the use of the gas chambers in states that still use it. Door number two is to promote adoptions. Door number three is to promote spay/neuter. Door number four is to treat animals like valued/loving family members, and Door number five is to awaken people to learn great life lessons from their animal companions. Join us to roll through these door who knows what door is next??
Look at what these great people are doing in Michigan to help save dogs just like me! http://michigandersforshelterpets.org/ This is our mission and I look forward to helping them in May 9th through 11th! Please vote for me for Hero Dog so that I may continue to help dogs in need! http://bit.ly/VoteDaniel
My Dad is always saying how much he enjoys talking to us. Some people think he is a little crazy, but many have come to realize that he solves many “life challenges” speaking to us and he gains a lot of peace. Now for the secret: In our own powerful way, we do talk back…with total love!
Everyone knows that I was given a second chance to live, but if we think about it, we all have a chance to “live” a life we want to with a new mindset. How about if we begin today? May I suggest that we breathe life into others by being kind and compassionate individuals to everyone we meet, even those that can make it difficult at times! Can we be extra nice to a stranger today?