Entries from the ‘Favorite Things’ Category

Phibbs Focuses on Fur... Part 1

Phibbs Focuses on Fur... Part 1

Posted by Pia

Just because renowned photographer Richard Phibbs refuses to photograph models wearing fur, does not mean he is not a huge lover and advocate for those who naturally don their own fur!
Yep… artist extraordinaire, father to Huck the pup, dear friend to us here at the Daily Wag and committed animal advocate Richard Phibbs, is …

Clean Bedding in the Stable

Clean Bedding in the Stable

Posted by F&S

We like to helpful and always volunteer our services when we can.  That includes cleaning up after our fellow animals on the farm!

The Four-Legged First Responders of 9/11

The Four-Legged First Responders of 9/11

Posted by Pia

Remember the loyalty and commitment of such hero pooches as Woodrow Wilson’s Sgt. Stubby? And remember how life-saving and powerful photography can be in the plight to help animals? Well thankfully, canine heroes and gifted artists continue to partner up in notable projects to further animal welfare!
Many loyal canines reported for service after the 9/11 …

Pressing Yummy Cider

Pressing Yummy Cider

Posted by F&S

On yesterday’s blog, you saw all of the apples that Sharkey picked.  Well, it was time to get busy and start using them.  A few years back, Martha bought a really neat cider press and that’s exactly what we did – make cider!

It's Apple Season at the Farm!

It's Apple Season at the Farm!

Posted by Sharkey

The first day of autumn, which is officially called the Autumnal Equinox, falls on Saturday, September 22, just a few days away.  There are many things I love about autumn, especially the apple harvest when we bake pies and make cider.  We have many different varieties of apple trees at the farm and over the …

Shagbark Hickory - Another Amazing Tree

Shagbark Hickory - Another Amazing Tree

Posted by Francesca

We Frenchies have noticed that the sun is dipping lower in the sky and that the days are getting shorter.  We figured that we better get in as much outdoor playtime as possible before it gets really cold.  We went to play in one of our favorite grove of trees when no sooner did Sharkey …

Sharing our Papaya Knowledge

Sharing our Papaya Knowledge

Posted by F&S

Yesterday, we were making our usual rounds of the farm, when we spotted an unusual tree growing in the tropical courtyard.  Of course we investigated and of course, we knew a thing or two about it.

Pardon Me... Could I Trouble You For Your Paw-tograph?

Pardon Me... Could I Trouble You For Your Paw-tograph?

Posted by Pia

Ok, so all the fun I was having last week, matching critters with their celebrity look-alikes, got a smidge out of hand…. Alas, after hours of giggly fun, here is yet another tabloid’s worth of snapshots for your perusal…
How’d I do on this batch? Do you see what I see?
In kinship,
Dr. Pia Salk
Consider adopting …

Checking out the Corn Patch

Checking out the Corn Patch

Posted by F&S

We have so much land at the farm and Martha thought it would be fun and delicious to plant a corn patch.  Half of the area was planted with sweet corn and the other half was seeded with popcorn.  We had high hopes for a bountiful harvest, however…..

Puparazzi Picks...

Puparazzi Picks...

Posted by Pia

Back by popular request… Some more celebrity/critter look-alikes for your viewing pleasure…
As I’ve said before, I personally find it an honor to be told I look like someone’s ‘fur kid.’ But for those who may not share my sentiments about such comparisons, please know that I mean no offense to anyone.
It’s all …