Sausage Scarf

adventures of S&S, SHOP

Somebody tell the weatherman it’s Autumn already.. While on the Gold Coast it’s still a balmy 30 degrees each day we are hoping that one day soon it will be time to pull out the winter woollies. 

The S&S ‘woof pack’ are testing the Sausage Scarf tonight and I think they like it! 

Here’s our newest recruit Petal Sausage making her modelling debut. 

  
What do you think?

There will be a limited release of these bad boys in the coming weeks. Knitted with love locally.

 
We would love to know what you think. Leave a comment below. 

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Is the Gold Coast Fur Real?

adventures of S&S, Ruby Sausage

Our very own Rooby Sausage and our Sausage and Sanchez coats were featured in this weekends Gold Coast Bulletin! Check out the story here. We love that the Gold Coast is becoming more pet friendly – it’s about time!

If you are in the market for a new custom made coat for your furbaby hit us up at sausageandsanchez@gmail.com 

Roobs

 

 

Rhino V’s Stick

Medical, Uncategorized

Who doesn’t love a game of fetch? Whether it be with a frisbee, ball or stick. Rhino our favourite Staffy is a huge fan of fetch but recently found himself at the vet after catching a stick which was then lodged in his throat!

Vet’s are working hard to educate pet owners about the dangers of sticks as it becomes an increasingly common case. In Summer when people are spending more time outdoors with their pet injuries can occur when a dog runs onto a stick in the ground, forcing it down their throat and cutting under the tongue or even tearing the gullet further back.

But this isn’t the only injury. Below are other injuries throwing sticks can have.

Eye: There is direct damage to the eye. If the force of the penetration is great enough, the stick can result in damage to your dog’s brain, too.

Mouth: Stick penetration in the mouth can damage a lot of important structures, including the tongue, laryngeal and pharyngeal tissues, palate (“roof”) of the mouth, teeth, esophagus, and trachea. These traumas can also damage the nerves or blood vessels within your dog’s neck, and, depending on the direction the stick takes, there can be significant damage to your dog’s sinuses or brain.

Chest: As you might imagine, with all of the important structures that are present within the chest cavity, the damage that a stick penetration in this area can be severe. Along with the heart and lungs, the chest also houses many large blood vessels and important nerves, as well as the diaphragm, trachea, and esophagus.

Abdomen: Stick penetration in this area can easily result in damage to multiple important organs. Commonly affected organs include the stomach, liver, spleen, and intestines.

To make matters worse, the initial damage caused by the penetration of the stick isn’t always indicative of the full extent of a dog’s injuries. Despite best efforts, it’s often possible for small fragments or splinters of wood to be missed during initial surgical exploration of such puncture wounds, because sticks shatter and splinter upon impact. Wood itself doesn’t necessarily show up on X-rays, especially small splinters of wood.

We went to visit Rhino after his ordeal and brought him a Purina Chew Squeaky Stick. We know he will love it when he is all better which after a couple of weeks rest

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Rhino’s brother and sister (Tank and Peach who are both rescue dogs) spent time chilling out in the cool while Rhino got better.

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RUN DOWN AND SICK

Blogs to Bookmark

As the year draws to a close we have noticed friends and family winding down and with this has come the flu, and illness. WHICH TOTALLY SUCKS! One of our favourite bloggers Curose the Celebrity Dachshund (who is only slightly more famous then Sausage & Sanchez) knows how to deal with illness though and Han’s is keen to jump on board. Check out this Vine.

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To view Curose’s full blog post – Click here

Christmas Happenings

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The latest from S&S in pictures. It’s Christmas – who reads on the holidays? It’s way more fun to tell a story through pictures. So here here is what we have been up to.

Our latest foster baby (who I really wanted to keep) was finally heavy enough to be desexed and adopted… What’s even better is that Penny got a home with her sister Piranha – There names are now changed and they have a home with three happy little kids who love them very much… WIN! I love knowing my foster babies are loved by their new families.20140105-130824.jpg

VINE VIDEO’S – I am obsessed with the animal vids – and during some vine viewing I came across a new breed of cat called a MUNCHKIN that looks like a Ragdoll hooked up with a Dachshund!

Check them out here

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Hans – the worlds sneakiest dog was sniffing out the Christmas chocolate under the tree and by the time Christmas was over had perfected the ‘please mum’ face! NO HANS, NO!

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BEACH TIME

Hans & Odie also got in some beach time – Loving life.

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Odie even made some new friends – We hope that the Sanchez’s new years resolution is to be nice to people and to stop giving them a puncture mark upon entry to our home.

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Our favourite Staffy Rhino had an unfortunate meeting with a stick. More on this story later – But suffice to say he spent Christmas at the vet and has a pretty mean scar – (impressing all his four legged pals)

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We hope you had a really great break and look forward to spending 2014 with you, bigger and brighter than ever

i’m sorry

adventures of S&S, Animal Welfare League of Qld, Hans Sausage, Notes from S&S, Odie Sanchez

I have some news. I have been cheating on you and I am taking this time to ask for your forgiveness.

If you are a regular follower of our Sausage & Sanchez blog you would have noticed that I have been quite lately. For almost 40 days to be exact. Believe me I haven’t been happy about it either but I have had a bit of bloggers fatigue and I have also started a Tumblr account for the Animal Welfare League of Qld which has kept me very, very busy. Check it out here.. I am kind of obsessed with it.

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Hans & Odie have been busy as well – they have been travelling around the coutry side doing as dogs do best. I will write more about this in a dedicated post but here is a bit of a visual round up (because why read when you can look at the pictures right)?

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Hans & Odie have also been playing foster brothers to an adorable little Chug named Bells. By Chug I mean a Chihuahua x Pug. I will again write a dedicated post about this little beauty because my gosh there is too much to say about the little fire cracker and we will be so sad when it is time for her to find her forever home.

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I promise to be more up to date in the coming days but I hope you enjoy this round up and I will be in touch soon.

Sausage & Sanchez.

Bad Ass Bandana’s

SHOP

Introducing the latest and greatest from S&S.

As it is heating up the Sausage and Sanchez Coats are being put in the doggy closet (every pooch has one of those, right?) and the cool as a cucumber styles of summer are being snapped up quicker than a pigs ear in a dog kennel.

The Bad Ass Bandanas are a simple wrap around and tie combo that look simply adorable. We will also be making Bandanas that fit on to your dogs current collar to enxure maximum trendiness.

Small $13

Medium $15

Large $17

Order yours by emailing sizing and material choice to sausageandsanchez@gmail.com

Odie Sanchez – loving his girly colour palette

My god daughter (or Dog Daughter) Maisy Grace the Pugalier, She always looks so sad!

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