Are you crazy for DOGS, too?
Hi, this is Terri and I want to welcome you to crazyforDOGS(sm).
When I was growing up, we always had a big, bouncy, otis-y black lab. The
last one we had, Thunder, was our first Sirius of the Week.
The theme for this site is Celebrating Your Dog. So I hope to
meet all your dogs as the weeks go by. Please email
a close up photo of your dog (or dogs) (as jpg, bmp, or gif) along
with a little biography. For more details, including copyright information,
If you don't want to send a photo, but just want to tell us something cute, funny, or endearing
about your dog, then please check out the
and add your anecdote. I look forward to reading it!
(If you want to do a link exchange, all this site linkings are through our companion
pets directory. Please visit this site and
follow the links there to submit your site to the directory. We generally do not reply to
emails seeking link exchanges any more.)
Enjoy the stories and information about dogs, have fun with the
games, take a moment to sign the
guestbook, and send a
postcard to a friend.
And if you have ideas on how to make this site better, please let me know.
Finally, a special thanks to Linda S. for sending us some wonderful pictures!
Submissions for Sirius of the Week: Please
a clear close up of your dog or dogs. (Or if you have
more than one dog, feel free to send a photo of each separately.)
Note: we respond to all submissions for Sirius of the Week, so if you don't hear from
us, please resend your email *or* check your filtered email box (add the above email
to your allowed emails so our response can get through).
Please include in your email a
biography of each dog --
name, breed (or mix), where he or she lives, favorite toys or food or activity, and anything else that
you'd like to say about your dog. Unfortunately, crazyforDOGS(sm)
can't promise that all the submissions
can be used. And crazyforDOGS(sm) reserves the right to edit the biographies and photos
for content and length. Finally, if you want to copyright your photo, that
is fine. Of course, crazyforDOGS (sm) can't prevent people from downloading it.
If you don't want to copyright your photo, that is fine too. In that case,
consider it in the public domain, so that anyone can download it and use
it however they wish, for free.
If you would like to use one of our copyrighted photos, please email us at
the above address and let us know how you would like to use the picture.
Sirius is the "Dog Star", found in the constellation Sirius Major. It is the brightest star in the
northern hemisphere. It seemed an appropriate image for our "dog stars".
Last updated on April 14, 2007