It's been a bit of a rough year due to our move, my husbands recent surgery, and me screwing up my knee (yep, fell, trying not to step on my Darcy).
As pottery making is a process that takes significant time, I thought it best to let you know that it is doubtful that i will have anything to sell yet this calendar year or into the middle/end part of January. As soon as I do have a significant number of bowls finished, I will send an e-mail to all subscribers so you will know when I will be back with product to sell.
In the meantime, please take a look at the little birthday slide show I prepared showing Darcy on her 16th birthday, as well as photos from puppyhood on :-). I'd like to wish everyone a safe and wonderful holiday season! Cindy
Darcy, pictured here at 10 months, now 16 years!
The lovely ears of our spaniels need to be kept dry for a number of reasons.
First and foremost, for the health of our dogs. Ear infections often top the list of reasons for vet visits.
Save your dog pain, and yourself money by doing all you can to prevent moisture born ear infections.
Secondly, it's just a good grooming habit to keep your dogs ears clean and dry. Who wants their dog to have ears filled with yuck... Not me! In the last 18 years since starting spanielbowls.com, I've been thanked many a time for dogs not moping the floors with their wet ears.
Finally, there is beauty. I see no reason for us not to have well made, appropriate sized, and good looking dog bowls in our homes. Our dog's bowls are front and center at all times. Why not make them as nice as our own dinnerware?