Welcome to the March Woof. Shamrock Rosettes, Pet Health and Helping Homeless Animals. Inside!
March 6, 2007
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Aryooo! We know it's March 'cause why else would we be feeling so darn lucky? Could it be the Saint Patty's Day is right around the corner? Or is it that you can't shake a shamrock without seeing the world's cutest and most fantastic furries all in one place?! Yep, here at Dogster HQ we don't need a pot o' gold to tell us how fortunate we are to be part of all this dog gone dog love. And there's no better way to spread the wealth than to update you on what we're doing to make our community even better. Keep on reading...
Here's How A Hug Can Help!
Spring Into The Pet Health Zone!
Is March Your Lucky Month?
There's not a Dogster out there who doesn't love getting a Rosette or a Star from a fellow dog lover. So let's make March their lucky month and bark out a treat to the newest members in our community to make 'em feel welcome. Or wag a few stars in the direction of your bestest pals. Or sign-up for Dogster Plus where you can give out our specially seasoned Rosettes. This month, you lucky dog, it's a green Shamrock.
What In The Woof Does "BOL" Stand For?!?
Why, "bark out loud" of course! But if you're new to Dogster and having trouble understanding what your furry friends are saying with all of the acronyms and special phrases, visit this forum thread: "How to Speak Dogster... BOL and more!" This thread started and maintained by our pal, Kitai, is chock full of all the Dogster lingo you'll need. Pretty soon you'll be the most educated Dogster of all time.
Notes From The Community.
We hear all sorts of great stories here at Dogster HQ. The following was one that stood out about two Dogster families that, as luck would have it, lived in the same neighborhood!
"I joined Dogster in October and one day I typed in my hometown of Florida, NY in to Dogster's search engine and came across a family that lived in the same town."
Turns out, the family had just lost their beloved dog. "And we were still feeling the pain from losing our first German Shepherd Christine, so I reached out to them."
That was the start of a beautiful friendship. Both families have bonded and gotten together for weekend pooch play dates. They've helped each other socialize their new puppies and found many other common interests outside of the Dog realm.
I just wanted to say how wonderful this site is and I want to thank you!
These are the stories we like to hear! Keep woofing your stories of Dogster love to Randi at Dogster dot com!