December 29, 2015

800th Post!

Did you maybe notice the new header last night or today?

I decided to spice it up a bit and create a whole new header.

After all, we've hit another hundred mark!

The other one was nice, and it had Katie, Christmas, and Smokey on it, along with the title of my blog.

This one I created just yesterday just talks a little bit about we exist.

Just scroll to the top of the page and take a look at the header.

I didn't put it in this post because you couldn't really read it.

From left to right, you'll see: me with Lyric, a current adoptable at the Releashed Rescue, me with Button, one of my dog-walking clients, me showing Christmas in Montgomery, Alabama, and me with a really cool Bloodhound named Farley I saw at a dog show in Atlanta.

I definitely recommend that you check it out!

As you know, as we hit another hundred, I share some things that happened during those previous hundred posts. So, why don't we do that, shall we? Yes, today's our 800th post! You may remember that I interviewed the hounds at "My GBGV Life" for my 700th post, and maybe you were here when I interviewed Debbie Glovatsky of "Glogirly" for our 500th post. Now I was thinking of doing an interview for this post, but because I already did one with Murphy and Stanley the mini Goldendoodles on Saturday, I decided not to.

One of the things we celebrated is our first blog anniversary on October 21st. I went over some of the things that happened in each month and shared some blog statistics and all sorts of things like that. It's the most special post of the year!

I also did a countdown for a few weeks to my blog anniversary, and that series was called 20 Days of Memories, where I counted down to the anniversary with all the best posts since the beginning of Paw Province.

Also, I introduced my new dog, a Miniature Dachshund named Christmas!

This month I did my special post on Christmas day, and I restarted my blog story series, The Adventures of Finnegan & Todd, which I started in January at the beginning of this year and never got around to continuing.

I also went to a dog show in Chattanooga in September, and in October and November, I even showed my new dog! We'll be going to a dog show in January, too, and this show is in South Carolina.

Oh, and i introduced the L.O.V.E. Emblem to the blog, which you can view with it's very own tab by the header at the top of the page.

This weekend I gained lots more followers with the help of Murphy and Stanley, the two dogs I interviewed on Saturday, and I've gotten to read about some dogs and cats that are members of Blogville.

I know this isn't as long and detailed as most of my hundredth posts, but in the next hundred posts, I'll make sure to do a nice long post for all of you!

I'll hold you off until tomorrow with this cool picture I took of this leash with Chris at the end of it!

Have a great day!


  1. Congrats on 800! We're thinking about changing our header too. Yo did a good job! Loved the wrap-up, helps bring us newbies up to speed!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

    1. Hi, Murphy and Stanley! Thanks for commenting. I think the header you have right now is cool...I can't wait to see what you'll come up with next!

  2. Congratulations on post #800! Wow!

    1. Thanks, C.L.W.STEP! Yes, I have quite a few posts!

  3. Such a great new header and a great wrap up!

  4. Wow, congrats on the 800th post! I like your new header and you've had a very busy and wonderful year. Best wishes for a fun and happy 2016.
    Grr and Woof,
    Sarge, Police Commish

    1. Thanks for your comment, Sarge! Yes, this year has been fun and eventful here on Paw Province. :)

  5. Wow, you've created more posts than I have! I love that you do a review every 100 posts, it's always fun to look back and reflect.

    1. Hi, sprinkles! Yes, indeed it is very fun. I enjoy doing the flashbacks every time I reach another hundred. It's all good!


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