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Event – Melbourne Show

October 6, 2017

Last Saturday I had the pleasure of attending my second Royal Melbourne Show. Yet again, I went with my friends Hayley and Zanthi. It seems to be the only time we catch up, but I always have such a great time hanging out with them. You can read a bit about last years adventures HERE. First up, the vlog. It’s a little hard to explain how fun the…

Everyday Personal

Goodbye Tonka

May 15, 2017

This is so hard to write. So so so hard. Last night, on Mothers Day, I made the hard decision to have my little man put to sleep. It was heartbreaking, and to say I’m absolutely gutted is an understatement. 12/08/2010 – 14/05/2017 If you follow the blog on facebook or Instagram, you’ll know that Tonka has been unwell. Just over a month ago, we took him for some tests as…

Event Personal

VLOG – 2016 Anatolian Show

January 20, 2017

Oh hey! Sorry about the lack of updates this year, between my mental health and my foot (I’m back in my boot again) I’ve just been lacking in any inspiration. Sorry! I also decided this year to focus more on quality over quantity. I did, however, decide to piece together some video footage from last years Anatolian show to share! I think you already know how much I…

Everyday Personal

Giant horses, huge dogs & puppies, OH MY!

December 22, 2016

You’ve heard me rave on about Anatolian Shepherds a lot on the blog, it’s easy to say they are a breed I feel strongly about and absolutly adore. I’m lucky that Melbourne has a pretty amazing community surrounding these dogs and on Tuesday I went and helped out on the Takas Volkodav property. By help out I mean, play with all the animals. This is Geronimo, he’s HUGE!…

Event Everyday

Anatolian Shepherd Champion Show 2016

November 7, 2016

It’s that time of year when the Anatolian Shepherd dog show rolls around. This was my 3rd year and 4th show attended & I’m more in love with these dogs than ever. It’s been amazing getting to know the dogs & their owners and to see the community grow. There were lots of new dogs this year and many familiar faces. It was interesting to see some of…