My apologies to you if you have clicked on our Dog. Leader Mysteries site, only to find our menu missing. After several hours, over a few days, I deleted a temporary menu for our blog. At first, I blanched. I yelped. Then I clicked on the Main. Menu.
Wowie zowie, my eyes rested our missing menu.
Can’t say when or why I couldn’t find the proper dashboard click to find the site menu options before. Yet I felt so overjoyed, I did a bit of a happy dance. Next, I sat and worked slowly through my options for menus. This Franklin Theme offers three or four menus.
Why the confusion?
Too much of a good thing turned out to be confusing.
After my happy dance, I plodded along one click at a time. Restoring my original menu took some doing, some pages had left the building, so to speak. Between reordering pages and posts, we find ourselves back in business.
Thank you for your patience.
Please look in again and see our new posts. Especially, Cindy Grant, our new guest blogger’s post,
So easy to follow bloggers on WordPress, that’s why I love it.
BTW I found Pet Chat blog when she followed Dog Leader Mysteries on WordPress.
This is the one thing I will miss about WordPress.com, the wonderful world of WP blogs. To be able to quickly search for pet blogs or writing blogs to follow, plus being able to reblog a few seems to grow my community without trying too much. After all researching, editing, writing, revising, and copyediting then self-publishing takes loads of time. So I like anything that will connect me with other writers, bloggers, and animal lovers, fast.
Both our pets in the photograph above were adopted from local animal shelters. Paris lived with us for twelve years, an exceptionally long life for even a house rabbit. Rabbits in the wild probably live for about three years maximum (or so I’m told).
If you have a photograph of a sleeping pet, or a house rabbit you would like to share with Dog Leader Mysteries blog, please drop us a note in the comments.
Use the contact form to reach the editor of Dog Leader Mysteries blog.
Guidelines for posts
Here are our limitations on posts and site connections.
Absolutely no animal cruelty links, ads or cruelty in social media promotion. We pay an extra fee to WordPress (.com) to keep ads that promote puppy mills, cruel training methods, products such as shock or prong collars and events such as Greyhound racing off the site.
All guest posts must include your name, and a web address or email address to contact you. We publish posts that have between 500 and 800 words. We prefer that your post have subtitles (we can help you set a good title). A headshot or photograph of you as the author would be great.
Plus we can publish your photographs related to your topic and will need the name of the photographer or source to give credit.
All writers need to show valid Internet or web credentials. If you are a beginning writer, perhaps you have personal references or a few social media sites to help us validate you? If you have a blog, Web site or business your write for we would like to see those. If not then a Facebook page with location or business address.
Thank you for your interest in Dog Leader Mysteries blog. We hope to hear from you soon.
Just had to share this video of a big puppy dog. So please take one minute and watch this sweet “lap-dog” get a lap. I smiled much bigger after watching. Dog adoption saves a life. Plenty of terrific dogs find homes through dog rescues and animal shelters, but they need help sharing the message of how many great pets are waiting.
You could be the one who gets this lovely loving dog a home. So do it.
Make my day and save a life.
Of course, I am hoping you will share this puppy dog on WordPress, Facebook, etc. until he gets a home. The golden retriever and Labrador mix makes him super great for a family with children.
I’m not sure why, but despite having a weird schedule, I still use my time to watch cute videos up for adoption. If a photo says a thousand words, a video probably says twice as much, right? Anyway, I am totally smitten by these dogs up for adoption at the Baldwin Park Animal Shelter:
1. Eddie is a 7-month-old Golden Retriever Collie mix.
2. Caroline is an 8-year-old Pomeranian.
3. Alec is a 3-month-old Pekingese.
4. Paris is a 3-year-old Chihuahua.
5. Candy is a 7-year-old Spaniel Terrier mix.
6. Al Capone is a 1-year-old Welsh Corgi Terrier mix.
7. Lucy is a 1-year-old American Bulldog.
Now, remember to spread the word on these dogs before it’s too late! If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact:
4275 Elton St Baldwin Park, CA 91706