Silky Terrier

Welcome Dog Lovers! 

I absolutely adore my beautiful Silky Terrier who is such a joy in my life. She provides unconditional love, companionship and the ability to uplift my spirits and make me smile no matter what circumstances in life arise.

I wanted to dedicate this website to all dog lovers and especially to show my love and affection for my special pet. Her name is Xango, she is 7 years old and she has the ability to melt my heart just like a child and pretty much gets whatever she wants. To say she is spoiled is an understatement, but after all ... that's what dogs are for ... to spoil just like grandchildren.

Anyway, I'd like to share with you some important information, training tips and tricks which I hope you will find useful for your special pet. I'd like to start with a recipe for dog treats that your dog will absolutely love and they are really easy to make.





Puree 1 quart (32 oz.) low fat vanilla yogurt, 1 medium banana, 2 teaspoons peanut butter and 2 teaspoons honey in blender. Pour mixture into two ice cube trays and freeze. Remove from trays and put in ziploc bag.

* Treats can be cut in half for small dogs * 

"If you are a dog and your owner suggests that you wear a sweater. . . 

suggest that he wear a tail."

Fran Lebowitz



1. Make sure your pet wears an identification tag to enable him to be returned to you if lost.



2. To prevent animal behavior problems, make sure you enroll your new puppy or dog in behavioral training classes.



3. Animal behavior problems can be health-related. Make sure your pet has a complete medical exam by a veterinarian at least once a year. 


4. Prepare for disasters. Make sure you have a plan for your pet in the event of a hurricane, tornado, fire or flood.


5. Plan for your pet's future in case something happens to you and visit for more information.



6. Learn how to avoid dog bites, and how to prevent your dog from biting, by going to



7. Have a heart, be smart and make sure your pet is spayed or neutered.





8. Never leave your dog in a parked car.  


9. Think about adopting an animal when you decide to add a pet to your home. You can save a life and get a great companion!  

10. Think outside the house: volunteer at your local shelter or rescue group and help more animals find homes.  

11. Take time to play with your pet every day and give him/her some individual attention.  

12. Learn a variety of activities you and your pet can enjoy to help get the exercise they need to maintain good health and maintain a long life. Walk with your dog every day, and you will enhance the bond you share - and know you're doing both yourself and your dog a world of good.