DOG KENNEL END TABLE. DOG KENNEL


Dog kennel end table. 50's style dining table.



Dog Kennel End Table





dog kennel end table







    end table
  • (End tables) Usually bought in pairs, they accent the style of the coffee table or other furniture. Usually placed at the end of the sofa, it is a very important piece of a living room set.

  • A table is a type of furniture comprising an open, flat surface supported by a base or legs. It may be used to hold articles such as food or papers at a convenient or comfortable height when sitting, and is therefore often used in conjunction with chairs.

  • (End tables) are small tables typically placed beside couches or armchairs. Often lamps will be placed on an end table.











0257 - Bebe - March 2009 (2 - AFTER)




0257 - Bebe - March 2009 (2 - AFTER)





Happy Ending!
Beautiful Bebe found a wonderful forever family in March of '09. Her mom says, "She is doing great! We finished a 6 week obedience class. She did very well with all commands except heel. She loves to go for walks and only has one speed -- fast! She has developed very muscular legs. Winston came already very muscular, but now she is, too! We'll keep working on heel, but I have a feeling she will continue to think it's a silly command! The people at the day care are thrilled with how she is doing. They report that she plays all day long. If one dog doesn't want to play, she goes to another. She is always excited to get there! She is equally excited to come home! She always crashes and takes a nap. Now she is much calmer when we meet other dogs out walking. At home she loves the back yard and takes off at full speed and does laps around the pool. She plays and is very interested in chasing all the squirrels who run along the top of the back fence. Inside she plays with toys a lot. She loves fetch, but will also entertain herself by tearing toys apart! Better toys than shoes! She loves pulling out the stuffing in toys with squeakers. She also plays with toys that cannot be destroyed so she is quite amusing to watch. Her favorite thing to do, though, is sit on the coffee table in front of the living room window and watch all the walkers go by. If there is a dog with them and they are headed up the street, she races upstairs to keep watching them out the landing window!
She is still a little shy meeting strangers, but she now warms up to kids and women much more quickly. She has made friends with a male worker who comes over to help with Joe every weekday. He gives her a treat every morning. She still very much loves food / treats so she is always anxious for him to sit down and give her something.
She is also so much more affectionate and loves to cuddle. At night she starts out in our bed and then moves to either the couch or bed in the living room or one of her beds in both bedrooms. You never really know where she'll be.
We're really happy with her and are enjoying her immensely. She seems very settled and will wag her tail every time you even look at her. When we arrive home, she gives the best greetings ever! She's smart and know the routines well. We haven't had to put her in a kennel at home at all. So all is going well. Again, thanks to all of you for all you did and do to get deserving dogs into homes!"











Sandy the white alsation cross




Sandy the white alsation cross





We got him from the RSPCA as a rescued animal.

He just popped his paw through the kennel cage door and my brother said 'this one'.

He had some terrible scars on his nose and ears, and we thought he might be a fighter, but we found out that he'd been beaten with the buckle end of a belt - we can't imagine why, he was a fabulous dog.

He adored my mother, and protected her on walks and in the house. When the insurance man came to collect the premiums they soon had to develop a strategy - nothing could be passed directly from hand to hand or Sandy got upset. The money and documents had to be put on the table and the other person picked them up from there.

This shot was taken by my brother Eric Gilberthorpe in Woolley Woods in Sheffield. It must have been taken in the late 60s. Eric not only had more than one camera (unusual in those days!) but he blacked out the attic room, bought developing and printing gear, and printed his own photos.











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