Meet Morty and Patron, two brothers (not biological) living on Caye Caulker.  He may look like a big scary dude but Patron is a sweet lovable guy.  Morty is big on hugging.



Yogi is a tough little dude.  He growled when I took his picture!  Some of us just don’t prefer to be in the limelight. Sorry Yogi!  You were too cute and I had to do it!  I tried to capture his adorable overbite but he kept hiding it when I held up the camera.


Puddles: A Man of Two Countries

Puddles was born on Caye Caulker and now divides his time between Canada and Belize.  On Caye Caulker he’s usually seen in a bike basket toodling around with his people Al & Jo-Ann.  I imagine that in Canada he spends his time rolling on grass and hiding from snow.  As you can see from the candid shots below, Puddles is a bit of a partier.

Puddles cut off:


And at the next party:



Another Saturday Clinic….

…and another day full of kids and pups.


This big litter was all brown and white, except for the guy who was white and brown.



As always, the guys were champs at giving dewormer medicine.



And this cutie!



Shaggy kept us company all morning.


….and Homey and Amber wore each other out smacking down in the yard!


Saturday Clinic

As usual, we saw lots of cute puppies!  Ever one of them is adorable and lovable but there are so many!  Most will grow up without good homes.  Please consider spaying or neutering your dog.









Spay & Neuter Day

Surgery days at the Caye Caulker Humane Society are a lot like parties where everyone winds up passed out at the end.  The dogs play and play and play and then get anesthesia.  Today was no different.  Lots of playing and socializing and a few less puppies down the road.  All good news!  And as usual, we had lots of cute patients.  Here’s just a peek at the action:

Nena wasn’t feeling well so she got some medicine and had her surgery postponed
…..she was still feeling sassy, though
There was a lot of excellent smack-down wrestling
Danger wasn’t feeling good either so no surgery today.
Not everyone appreciates a camera in their face…
…..but sand digging is always a popular distraction
Cuddling? Wrassling? Both? Who knows!
Some of them love the camera, even while other distractions are happening
It’s not easy giving shots to cats
Josh is excellent at pre- and post-surgical care.


Our patients are the best!

Little Kitchen Dogs

These are the two fuzzy dogs who live behind Little Kitchen restaurant.  Normally they intimidate me a bit but this evening they were very mellow and even sleeping until I went all paparazzi on them.  The darkness and flash make them look a bit spooky.