We just bought a Kodak Sport camera, and have been having some fun with it.
Thanks to Bridget from the Cheekymomma blog for her POTCAKE review.
I was impressed at how quickly my collar arrived. In addition, the clasp is easy to open but latches tightly. So easy that my kids can easily take it on and off the puppy as needed.
Hope everyone is well. I’m sorry for the slow down in the blog. We have been very busy the last 4-6 weeks. We have had major renovations going on here at POTCAKE headquarters. We are almost finished. I will have a headquarters update in the next week or so as we complete the finishing touches. Exciting things coming soon for the POTCAKE Nation. In the mean time here are some shots of a couple POTCAKers from Cananda. Piper and Kali.
Dog sperm that was frozen for 21 years has produced a litter of 10 Great Dane puppies.
According to Fox News, Dr. David Hopkins from Bellarine Veterinary Practice in Geelong, Australia, was delighted at the outcome of the in vitro fertilization (IVF) procedure.
Hopkins said that in 1989, his client, Deidre McRae, had asked him to store sperm from one of her prized Great Danes. More than 20 years later, long after the dog’s death, his sperm has led to a new generation. The healthy puppies are now 8 weeks old.
Breeding dogs using frozen sperm is not new technology, Hopkins told the Geelong Advertiser. He said the procedure is commonly used to breed professional sniffer dogs for Australian Customs.
However, he said it was remarkable that semen frozen for more than 20 years could produce such a large, healthy litter.
Happy dog mom McRae told the Geelong Advertiser she was “over the moon” with the results. “I was hoping for one or even two, but to have 10 is just unbelievable,” she said.
McRae plans to keep some of the puppies as show dogs and sell the others.