|Here are some designs from CasperNCaboodle. Click on each image on the left to go see the products available for each design.|
American Eskimo Dog Wall Calendars featuring 12 full color pages of your favorite American Eskimo Dog. Perfect for any Eskie lover.
Each month features an Eskie picture with colorful borders to make each month more special. Makes a great gift item!
The following causes are very important to me so we have set up these fundraisers to help out my fellow doggies. These designs are available on shirts and other gift items and all commissions earned go to each cause.
I was diagnosed with Evans Syndrome in 2006. It is a combination of IMHA/AIHA (Immune Mediated Hemolytic Anemia/Auto-Immune Hemolytic Anemia) and IMT/ITP (Immune Mediated Thrombocytopenia/Immune Thrombocytopenic Purpura). I was hospitalized for over a week and received numerous blood transfusions and a cocktail of immunosuppressants to save my life. I was weaned off the medications due to complications such as Cushings Disease but after a few months off the drugs, I relapsed again so I am currently back on medication. I continue to fight this disease everyday. There is no cure for this disease so please help support the fight for a cure. Meisha's Hope Fund and Morris Animal Foundation has teamed up to find a cure for IMHA with Autoimmune/Immune-Mediated Hemolytic Anemia Fund #338. Immune-Mediated Hemolytic Anemia is a serious blood disorder and scientists estimate over 50% of dogs diagnosed with it will die from the condition. Affected dogs show signs of weakness, lethargy, exercise intolerance and anorexia. This deadly blood disorder occurs when something triggers the dog's body to attack its own red blood cells. Despite aggressive immunosuppressive therapy, this disease has a very high mortality rate. Many dogs die shortly after diagnosis, so an effective early treatment is critical. All commissions earned from this design will go to the Meisha's Hope AIHA/IMHA Fund #338 at Morris Animal Foundation.
Everyday, people are working together to rescue Eskies and to help them find their forever homes. Show your support for these wonderful people and organizations. All commissions earned from this cartoon American Eskimo dog design will go to Eskie Rescue.
Mommie adopted me in 2005 and she always says it is the best thing ever. Loving dogs are waiting in shelters around the country to be adopted. Opt to adopt and make a loving forever home for these poor dogs. All commissions earned from this design will go to local animal shelters.
Here are some links that you may find interesting.
Check out information on American Eskimo Dogs. Learn all about our sizes, appearance, temperament, grooming needs and more.
Taking care of a dog is a BIG responsibility. Dogs are totally dependent on their masters their entire lives so there are a lot of things to consider. Here are some things to think about before getting a dog.
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Thursday, June 30, 2005
Monday, June 27, 2005
Tuesday, June 21, 2005
Doggie Play Date
Thursday, June 16, 2005
Eskie in the Summertime
Tuesday, June 14, 2005
Lunch at Tony Roma's
Sunday, June 12, 2005
Tuesday, June 07, 2005
My First Sleep Over
Friday, June 03, 2005
Some Attention Please
Thursday, June 02, 2005
American Eskimo vs Japanese Spitz
GrandMa is here for a visit. She thought I would be a small doggie. She is not used to seeing so much fur. She has not seen an American Eskimo before but said I looked just like a Japanese Spitz. What is the difference between an American Eskimo and Japanese Spitz anyway? Mommie did some research. The Japanese Spitz is always white. American Eskimo can be white with a bit of cream or biscuit color. I have some cream color on my back and tail. Also the Japanese Spitz is ok even if it is hot or cold. Eskies prefer colder climates. We do not tolerate the heat very well. The standard sized Eskie is slightly bigger than the Japanese Spitz. The Japanese Spitz is always small. They are around 12-14 inches and weigh up to 13 pounds. There was not a lot of information about the differences. Most of the stuff she found just said that the country of origin and ancestry are different so one breed should not be mistaken for the other. American Eskimos are believed to be descendants of the German Spitz and the Japanese Spitzes from the Siberian Samoyed. And everything else is pretty much the same between the two breeds. If you look at pictures, you would not be able to tell one breed from the other. They all look the same to me. Anyway, back to GrandMa. She is not sure what to do with me while Mommie is away at the office so I have been demoted to staying in the backyard until Mommie gets home. I found a nice shade near the door where I can sleep the afternoon away.
Wednesday, June 01, 2005