Saturday, July 24, 2010

A question (or a few) for my readers . . .

Okay, now that Jasmine is better I'll go back to my regularly scheduled program lol. I wanted to ask my readers a few questions. I originally started my blogs basically as journals to keep track of my pets' lives and training, so I worry that they may be a bit boring for everyone to read. So please if you have a moment, comment and tell me what you like about my blog, what you don't like (be nice please) and any suggestions that might make it more interesting. Thank you so much for taking the time to help me make my blog more enjoyable.


  1. I've always enjoyed your blog! Anyone who loves animals will want to know the every day experiences you have with them.

  2. I love your blog too. I find it really interesting to hear about all your experiences and life with your animals. :)

  3. My favorite part of your blog is the sheer variety because of the different animals.

  4. I agree with everyone else! I like hearing about the different animals and what you're doing. It's YOUR blog -- to make it something else other than what you want to "talk" about doesn't make sense!

  5. Hey nice framer lady with many curious four legged and two legged friends,

    I love your blog, yuh, because I learn a lot about how hard it is to be a farmer and also about your goats and chickens and horses and even donkeys. My advice is to always blog about what interests you and chance the consequences. Hey! That is what I do.

    That said, you know, I already kind of know a lot about doggies, so I really enjoy reading about how your other friends behave and how you train them. And of course Miss Jasmine is my favorite.


  6. 1st off, it's YOUR blog. You're not writing a commercial blog, so you should write about what you want to write about. I keep my blog as a way for me to keep track of my dog's training and a way to record events. It's nice when people comment and read, but I'm ultimately going to write about what I want to and not sweat it if some readers move on.

    I personally like reading blogs about training. I don't care what level of experience the person has, I just like reading about training. Everyday life with dogs and other animals is nice to hear about as well, but I tend not to read too many blogs that are written from the animal's perspective. If it's a blog I like (like yours!) but with a topic that I don't care about, I might just skip it that day. I read a lot of blogs and comment on very few.

  7. I love your blog, and wouldn't change a thing. It is far from boring. I like the variety, and you really give us an iead of what your life is like.


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