I get a great deal of email most days between my personal contacts, what’s generated by the various lists of which I’m a member, and what comes across for rescue. Every now and again, something is actually worth passing along. Today’s entry is just that …
Bob McMillan of the Herald-Citizen in Cookville, TN has written an great article on dogs, our relationship with them, and the need for training …
Nice dog, but you have to train him
When’s the last time you heard a song about a Lhasa Apso? Probably … never. If that’s the case, then I have a rare treat for you. Canadian singer, Nancy Simmonds, has produced several CDs highlighting various breeds. She’s done an excellent job on her research of the breeds, their characteristics and then weaving them into song.
One can hear Get Set Tibet in its entirety at StumbleAudio.com. If you can’t access the song at Stumble, try the link below …
Scroll down and then click on the play button (circle) to the far left — not the song title. And then even further down on the left, you’ll find all the different “litters” listed …
This link shows all the different songs/breeds on each CD.
One simply has to listen to the one about the JRT … ’tis a hoot!! I like ballad-type songs and the following give fabulous “visuals” of the different breeds …
CD #1 Welsh Corgi (probably my fav)
#2 Basenji, Borzoi
#3 Irish Setter, Saluki
#4 Siberian Husky, Alaskan Malamute, Newfoundland, Norwegian Elkhound
#6 Viszla, Irish Wolfhound
#8 JRT, Shih Tzu