It all began in February, when Lufthansa employee Olivia Sievers flew to Argentina and encountered a stray dog outside her hotel.
“Unlike a lot of other professional athletes, they kind of take their sweet time,” Carillo smiled on set. “All of a sudden in the middle of a big event there’s a cat nap. They don’t know the rules. They don’t care. They kind of just freestyle it at an awful lot of these events.”
You love your dog. You love wine. Lucky for you and Fido there are a number of Napa Valley wineries where you don’t have to choose between the two.
The girl was not seriously injured when she was bitten Wednesday at the Carousel of Happiness, but police are looking for the exotic pet’s owner
Erick Bumpass, a building inspector and plans examiner with the City of Aurora for the past 10 years, helped spur the donation with a GoFundMe fundraiser he started last year.
“There wasn’t anything like that then,” Ballard said. “You could go on Craigslist but as far as a bonded, branded, insured professional who puts employees through canine CPR and first aid — there was nothing.
“It’s another layer of protection for the good guys,” said Cory Smith, director of public policy for companion animals at The Humane Society of the United States.
“They’re not for somebody who’s going to sit and watch TV all day long,” said Chris Levy, president of the Hungarian Pumi Club of America. But if provided with enough exercise and stimulation, “the pumi can chill out.”
This latest entry in the Kermit Sutra is called the dorsal straddle. Like other positions — but unlike mammal sex — it’s aimed at letting the male fertilize eggs outside the female’s body.