A beautiful “Cav Black,” as they are affectionately known in London, England stands in front of the Hyde Park Barracks in the centre of London. There are always mounted guards on duty outside the horse guards building near the site where the Queen’s Birthday Parade takes place each year. As a member of the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment, the role of these beautiful animals is largely ceremonial, including being part of the daily Changing of The Queen’s Life Guard (different from that at the big palace), and posing for pictures like this one taken by a horse-crazy horsetrotting.net blogger.
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Fall might be pumpkin magic for some, but for me pumpkin season doesn’t start until I see bins of pumpkins in the grocery stores and jack-o-lanterns in the windows. Dog-themed carvings, even better. Clearly pumpkin lattes are off limits for our furry friends, but pumpkin pleasures are still on the menu for Fido – especially […]
Dogs and volunteers from the Canadian National Service Dog (NSD) association will be visiting Pavlo Pottery, Saturday, October 12, 2019 from 10 am to noon (only two hours, so as not to overwhelm the pups).
Dog festivals are everywhere – and so are festivals allowing dogs. Dogtrotting.net has been compiling an expanding list of dog events across Canada (and now the U.S.) and that list is expanding yearly to include neighbourhood and regional events filling fields and street parking lots (check out Liberty Village in Toronto here) like pop-up shops […]
Tent camping with the dog sounds like a good idea … until it isn’t. Last spring we headed north – not extremely north, just to Pancake Bay Park an hour’s drive from Sault St Marie, Ontario, Canada for a two-day camping trip. Pancake Bay has a dog exercise area, several miles of trails and a […]