Diane Powell
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Diane Powell commented on Thomas Dock's blog post 'Is A Grain Free Diet Right for Your Pet?'
"Thank you very much for this article.  So many people have told me to feed grain free to my girls.  Grain free has a lot of protein and my Louise gets crystals in her urine. I have to make sure she doesn't get too much protein. …"
Jul 25
Diane Powell commented on Thomas Dock's blog post 'Avoiding Heat Stroke in Pets'
"My 11 year old Beagle, Daisy, has a habit of running around in the yard when there is a squirrel in the trees.  Last year she had a ultrasound and we found out that he does has a leaky heart valve.  She is coughing more this year.  We…"
Jun 21
Diane Powell liked Cathy Alinovi's blog post When my puppy runs, she is crooked - she looks like a crab. Will she outgrow this?
Jan 18
Diane Powell commented on Cathy Alinovi's blog post 'My dog drags his rump on the ground and carpet, but his anal glands have already been expressed. My vet wants to remove them. What do you think?'
"My Louise had problems with her anal glands.  After a few times of having them expressed, I started giving her a teaspoon of pure pumpkin once a day.  Make sure it's not the pumpkin pie mix...it has to be pure…"
Dec 19, 2013
Diane Powell commented on Pet Pals TV's blog post 'The Beagle'
"I'm a proud owner of two wonderful Beagles.  I love watching the video clips of the Beagles doing their thing.  My Daisy was trained to hunt so I'm sure that is what she used to do.  We figured she ran off on…"
Dec 16, 2013
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Dec 16, 2013
Diane Powell and Princess Emma are now friends
Jan 22, 2013
Princess Emma left a comment for Diane Powell
"Finally...we have had all sorts of problems with this account.  Two years later, we're here, again."
Jan 22, 2013
Diane Powell is attending RHarlor's event

Wendy's Burger Bash fundraiser at Wendy's Old Fashioned Hamburgers

January 23, 2013 from 5pm to 8pm
On January 23rd, Wendy’s in Brownsburg will donate 25% of your bill to Misty Eyes Animal Shelter. Come out for a fun night and meet Wendy!  Coloring contests & more!You must turn in a coupon when placing your order.You must eat between the hours of 5pm-8pm.Download your coupon here.See More
Jan 7, 2013
Diane Powell commented on Cathy Alinovi's blog post 'Explain more about how diet affects bladder infections'
"Oh! Dr. Cathy you are talking about my little beagle, Louise, life story.  She is on a special food to prevent an infection and struvite crystals.  She was checked 2 times this past month and she is doing fine.  She gets nothing to…"
Nov 4, 2012
Diane Powell is attending ssackett's event

Brownsburg BOW WOW BASH! at Williams Park

September 22, 2012 from 10am to 3pm
The Brownsburg BOW WOW BASH is a funtastic day of tail waggin’ fun for dogs and their humans! Bring Fido for a doggone fun time! There will be:• One mile dog walk • Fun contests for the dogs • Temporary Dog Park with Agility equipment • Rescue Groups on site for Dog Adoption • Vendor Tents • Silent Auction • Food Vendors • DJ to emcee the event • Lots more fun stuff!The Brownsburg BOW WOW BASH is a fundraiser for the Hendricks County Humane Society. This year, the proceeds with go towards the…See More
Sep 16, 2012
Diane Powell commented on Cathy Alinovi's blog post 'What is your opinion of the AVMA “ruling” suggesting raw pet food is unsafe?'
"Dr. Kathy, Thank you for your reply.  I'm very close in buying your cookbook.  I have checked out the website and saw a few photos of the different meals.  I feel that my Louise would eat the meals but I'm not sure if my…"
Sep 10, 2012
Diane Powell commented on Cathy Alinovi's blog post 'What is your opinion of the AVMA “ruling” suggesting raw pet food is unsafe?'
"Dr. Kathy, I know that a homemade diet is better for our pets but I'm not the type that cooks for my dogs.  But....I need a good diet for my little beagle that gets infections and struvite crystals.   Do you have receipes in…"
Sep 9, 2012
Diane Powell joined RHarlor's group

Misty Eyes Dog Shelter & Humane Education Learning Center

We are in the early stages of development.  We meet the 2nd Thursday of the month at the Brownsburg Public Library.  Like us on Facebook!See More
Aug 3, 2012
Diane Powell commented on Pet Pals TV's video

Underwater dogs

"Dogs are so silly...they make us laugh.  Great pictures!  I don't know if it's the Beagle breed or not but my girls will have nothing to do with water...at a beach or with a small backyard pool.  Now if a squirrel was in the…"
Aug 3, 2012
Diane Powell commented on Pet Pals TV's photo

Welcome home, Dad.

"What a great picture!! "
Aug 3, 2012

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How many dogs do you have? (Remember to upload photos of them later)
How many cats do you have? (Remember to upload photos of them later)
Pet Name(s)
Daisy & Louise
Breed(s) / Type(s)
How have your pet(s) changed your life for the better?
They keep me very active.
What's the strangest/cutest habit your pet(s) have?
Daisy can jump up on a 6' wooden fence to look for squirrels.

Louise always finds a way through the fences.

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Christmas and Beagles

Posted on December 18, 2011 at 9:37am 0 Comments

Daisy and Louise are ready for the holidays.  Getting two Beagles to sit in a small wooden box was a miracle.

One moment on the lips .... forever on the hips

Posted on April 19, 2011 at 11:30am 0 Comments

We all have heard this expression a hundred times over the course of our lifetime.  I feel it should be for our pets too.  My concern is the al

arming number of overweight dogs and cats.


We all have choices.  The choice of food that we feed to our pets is very important.  Not the cheapest but a good quality food.  I happen to fe

ed Holistic Select ... duck flavor to my girls.  They are beautiful, healthy and happy dogs.  I like the way it keeps…


All about whiskers!

Posted on April 13, 2011 at 12:00pm 0 Comments

They are more than just making our pets look cute.  Whiskers are there for a reason.  They are feelers or radar.  Whiskers are long thick hair with extra nerves.  Whiskers are very sensitive.


Cats depend on their whiskers more than dogs.  We know that they use them to see if they can crawl into something.  If they feel the sides, they don't go in.  Our fat cats had longer whiskers than our thin cats.  Whiskers grow to the width of the cat.  Cats use their whiskers in just…


It's flea and tick time...

Posted on April 5, 2011 at 2:30pm 0 Comments

April 1st. is not only April Fools Day, it's also when I start putting  the flea/tick control on the girls.  They get it from April to November.  Oh! How I remember back in the day when we didn't have the wonderful flea/tick controls.  I wanted the warm weather but I dreaded the thought of dealing with the fleas…


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At 2:01pm on January 22, 2013, Princess Emma said…

Finally...we have had all sorts of problems with this account.  Two years later, we're here, again.

At 2:00pm on March 19, 2011, Dick Wolfsie said…

Thanks, Diane. I appreciate it. Good luck with your beagle.


At 6:19pm on March 12, 2011, Radonna Doan said…
No, Havanese aren't rare but aren't exactly common either. Havanese were originally breed in Cuba.
At 9:10pm on February 25, 2011, Brittany Ferguson said…

Oh my goodness, if I didn't have Lucy's ashes I'd be a wreck. I'd feel like I completely lost her, so I not only have that beautiful urn, but my dad bought me this necklace that holds a bit of the ashes and has paw prints cut out. I'm planning to wear it at my college graduation so that I can feel like she's celebrating with me. I know others think it's a bit weird, but she was the best dog I've ever had and it gives me comfort knowing I still have her with me. :)

At 7:11pm on February 25, 2011, Terri Locke said…
Actually, Fred didn't start even having seizures that I know of until we were jumped by two dogs in our neighborhood UNLEASHED but their owners were in the front yard not doing anything about it.  Ginger got out of her collar and Fred and I were trying to get away and one knocked me down in the street.  I had a huge bruise on my hip for weeks, and the next night Fred started his seizures.  Not sure if that was what started them, but they say trauma can bring it on.
At 7:05pm on February 25, 2011, Terri Locke said…
Thanks, Diana.  Yours are cuties there in your pics!  Fred has been seizure free for almost 2 years now! (KNOCK ON WOOD)
At 5:23pm on February 25, 2011, Brittany Ferguson said…
They sure do keep us busy. Sadly though, my dog Lucy, the Australian Shepard had to cross over to the Rainbow Bridge because of a toxic mess in her belly that couldn't be dealt with. I miss her tons, if you read in my blog, but I do my best by remembering her little quirks! :) After losing her, I've really gotten into the idea of becoming a therapy dog handler and working with the local veterans hospital. Plus, being an artist, I'm really wanting to do some work with dogs and art therapy. So I guess we'll see!
At 10:12am on February 23, 2011, Angela M said…

Diana-- I love beagles too! My mom and dad have one. I don't think I've seen a dog yet that can match the Vizsla as far as energy-- they can keep up with whippets at the dog park. That being said, they have been snoozing a lot this winter. And being a little down about the weather. They let you know how they feel, for sure.

I agree with you that dogs are a gift from God! They are so good for people when they are a good match. So often I thank God for the opportunity to take care of these guys-- they are a lot of work, but they help me keep things in perspective.

: ) Angela

At 9:34am on February 23, 2011, Holly Anderson said…

Thank you! Joshua is just a dream puppy, he really is. He will be 5 months old on the 26th.


His training is going amazingly well. He's one smart cookie. Just last night at training class (it was just us and the trainers!), they were just gushing about the progress he has made in the 5 classes of this session alone - and that he is a real testament to  so many things -- rescue dogs, beginning training early (he began at nine weeks), deaf dogs ...


So we are continuing his training, the next session begins next week. I'm enjoying him so much!

At 12:33am on February 21, 2011, brenda farmer said…

Thank you for your comments.  I absolutely adore my Labradoodle.  When I begin thinking about another dog I was leaning toward Berndoodles.  But because of the $$$$ and not finding any nearby, I began to narrow my search for Hadley (my Labradoodle).  He's 8 mos and about 65 lbs.  He thinks he's a rock star!

As we raise cattle and the border collie is a pet first, but also help herd.  We have had two other BCs, but they are no longer with us.  One of our two original BC brothers was killled.  We soon got another puppy so he could be trained.  The old and new dog got along fabulously until one day they were out playing, I was working in the yard.  The older dog ran up to me barking hysterically and the puppy wasn't with him.  It was as if the older dog wanted me to follow him (which at the time I thought, no this only happens on the Lassie tv show).  But I did begin to follow him through three fields toward our creek.  I couldn't believe when I climbed up on the creek bank and looked over to the other side I saw our new puppy in the mouth of a coyote!  The coyote had grapped the puppy by the neck, drug him across the creek and was holding him by the neck.  I threw everything I could at the coyote who finally dropped the pup and walked away.  Puppy had sev eral puncture wounds on neck and even though I immediately took him to vet, he didn't make it.  It was truly a sad day when the older BC got too old to live a good life and we had to say goodbye to him.  I still get chills thinking about that day.



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