Today is National Delurking Day!

Lollie Wonderdog just informed me that today is National Delurking Day.

So please, as you stop by Lollie the Wonderdog’s blog, leave a quick comment to say hello, and encourage a friend to do the same. We know you’re out there. We’d love to know who you are and what you think of us!

You will give both me and Lollie a big thrill, and who knows, you may even help her get adopted, somehow!

For more info on adopting Lollie, contact us at DCpetographer@gmail.com or 301-520-7123.

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26 responses

  1. Pingback: National De-Lurking Day | cre8vekaos's universe

  2. I really look fwd to Lollie’s updates. When someone adopts her then I’ll have to go back to my other boring emails.

      • By your rapid response, I can tell that you have prioritized your time. Don’t feel that you need another foster to keep me distracted. Efficient unproductivity takes years of practice and habits are not easily broken.

  3. Hello! I came across your blog from another blog that I lurk on, hehe. Didn’t feel I had much to contribute by way of advice (which is why I have thus far remained silent) but have been very interested in following both Lollie’s progress and your journey in finding her a furever home. She is such a wonderful, gorgeous, sweet girl! How she hasn’t been adopted yet is beyond me.

    I have a soft spot in my heart for rescues (have my own puppy mill rescue Cairn Terrier) and also for pitties. My first foster doggie was a 3-legged pittie puppy who I absolutely fell in love with. Unfortunately, I couldn’t keep him (although the vet I work for ended up taking him home. Yay!). I’m hoping to start vet school in the fall and most apartment complexes are not amenable to renters with “aggressive” breed dogs. I’ve got my hands full as it is so my dreams of owning a pittie will have to wait a few more years.

    Anyways, I will continue to track Lollie’s progress. Good luck on your search and keep up the fantastic work you’re doing!

    Jean in TN =)

  4. Okay, I’m an idiot. I kept landing on the home page, seeing the same photo and thinking that you were still recovering from the holidays and not posting. I will now stop lurking around your home page and start catching up on everything Lollie has been up to since Christmas!

    • that is funny. any ideas on how to make it more clear? i wanted to make a general informational homepage for people who might log on for the first time and be disoriented if the only thing they see is a random blog post (this especially applies to people who do not regularly read blogs and may find it confusing). mostly, i am thinking of potential adopters who have seen our flyers around town and may want to check out our sweet Lolita. thoughts?

      • Hmmm. Good question. What about using the first paragraph to link over to the blog, in addition to the menu bar (which I had totally missed!). Something like, “Welcome to the home page of our foster dog chronicles, showing what can happen if you take a dog with a sad past out of a shelter and offer it your love and a six-foot leash! You can follow our adventures on our blog (link to blog), get a quick overview of Lollie’s experiences (link to From the Beginning) and even *hint, hint* get information about submitting an application (link to Adopt Lollie, obviously) to adopt her.”

        At least that’s my initial idea. I’ll keep thinking….

  5. I want lollie. in that, i live in austin, i can’t have a pet, i may move to denver and they are racist against pitbulls sort of way. everyday i see a new post about lollie makes my day.

  6. Sorry to be so late in the delurking process (and a poor commenter to boot!) I love that dancing video. Just saw it again at Ohmidog. Lollie is so awesome, I can’t believe you still have her.

  7. So I know this is, gosh, almost 4 years later, but I wanted to let you know how much I’m enjoying your blog. I stumbled upon it last night and haven’t stopped reading. My boy, Harley and I are having a great time snuggling and reading about your sweet pitties! Harley is actually laying on his bed eating some yummy food out of his new favorite toy, the gatorade bottle. I rescued Harley one month ago, or he rescued me, we rescued each other I guess. He came home a bit skittish after being at the humane society for nearly three months, and has adjusted wonderfully, I guess he’s Harley, my wonderdog. It’s amazing how grateful these little lovebugs really are. Thanks again. I can’t wait to catch up on your blog and see where you are now, in 2015!

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