Building The New Website. This is the third and last part of our series about our New Website Journey. If you have not read the first two parts to this series, check them out: https://www.spoileddogdesigns.com/blogs/my-blog As you know from our earlier posts, we selected and bought the new theme, then installed it. Now we had … Continue reading New Website Journey – Part Three.
Finally, I am doing a new Website Launch Announcement! Our new and completely redesigned website launches August 25, 2021. Here’s why we’re doing it and how we got there. One day it finally hit me that “I Need A New Website”! Building my website by myself had been a huge amount of work and an … Continue reading I Need a New website! A WEBSITE LAUNCH ANNOUNCEMENT.
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With the holidays fast approaching, here’s 10 Holiday Pet Safety Tips to keep our pets safe and happy during this fast paced season and all year long. Chocolate – keep it out of your pets reach. Even a beautifully wrapped box under the tree has a tempting smell to your dog. Sweets and baked … Continue reading 10 Holiday Pet Safety Tips
In this post I’m going to talk a little bit about Designing for Le Chien and give you some insights into the way I go about it. First let me say that I am not a trained designer, I am a Psychologist by education, a Corporate Exec by experience, I can’t draw, and my only … Continue reading Designing For Le Chien
For Le Chien, I needed to take a trip to LA Fabric District to get unique and special fabrics for the dog fashions I will make for the show. As you know from my earlier posts, Le Chien is the Dog Fashion Show the kicks off Palm Springs Fashion Week El Paseo and benefits the … Continue reading Le Chien – A Trip to LA Fabric District
This post of Part 3 of the Dogs of Le Chien. the dogs I know and love. As I’ve said before Le Chien is the Dog Fashion Show that happens every year to kick off the Palm Springs Life Magazine Fashion Week El Paseo. Its a benefit for the Humane Society of the Desert and … Continue reading The Dogs of Le Chien Part 3 – Dogs I Know and Love
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In this post I will introduce you to The Dogs of Le Chien Part 2 – The Roxie Davenport Connection. Le Chien is the dog fashion show that kicks off Palm Springs Life’s Fashion Week El Paseo and is a benefit for the Humane Society of the Desert. As I mentioned in the last post, … Continue reading The Dogs of Le Chien Part 2 – the Roxie Davenport Connection
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Spoiled Dog Designs Chosen as Le Chien Designer! Have you even watched something with great excitement and wanted to be a part of it? Well, that’s what Le Chien has been for me. Its the Dog Fashion Show put on by Palm Springs Life Magazine that kicks off Palm Springs Fashion Week El Paseo each … Continue reading Spoiled Dog Designs Chosen as Le Chien Designer!
I just read a great article in the Desert Sun, Desert Plants to Avoid for Pet Safety by Dr. Gail Cutler who just happens to be our “Family Doctor” about desert plants that are common in in Desert Landscaping that can be toxic or poisonous to dogs and cats. Its so important that I thought … Continue reading Desert Plants to Avoid for Pet Safety
OK, I admit it, I took the Girl Scout Motto to “Be Prepared” to heart. So when I was living in San Francisco, much to my friends’ amusement, I had a complete Earthquake Preparedness Kit. Then the big 1989 Earthquake hit and no one ever teased me again. Wherever you live, there is the risk … Continue reading Pet Emergency Preparedness
One hot day while I was working in my store at the College of the Desert Street Fair, I noticed a young man with his Pit Bull chatting with another customer in the sun. He gave the dog the “Sit” command and the dog obeyed but bounced back up again. He told her again … Continue reading The Five Second Rule
In May 2015, an email arrived from Alicia Tully of the Tiny Dog Rescue. It contained the photo of this tiny dog behind big bars in the North Central LA Shelter. One of the “Other Kind” of shelters. She was identified by #A1481342, 2lb. 8oz. (The number was bigger than she was). She was described … Continue reading Finding Toni: Part 3 – She’s the One!
I have to start this post by confessing that when I got my first dog, many years ago, I wanted a beige Lhasa Apso. I called a breeder who had what she said was a beige puppy, went to see it, it was Grey. I don’t like the color grey. But I looked into those … Continue reading Finding Toni: Part 2 – Learning to Say “No”
I’ve had Toni, my last, and for now, final rescue, for 9 months now and I often think back on the long journey I went on to find her so I thought it might be helpful to share with you that journey and what I learned along the way. I had always wanted a tiny […]