I just wanted to show you guys that I’m a real person who exists and has friends and all. Mostly because I went away for the weekend with friends and my one friend brought her nice camera and I looked pretty.
In Pittsburgh, One Baker Requires a Whole Year to Create the Perfect Loaf
Barely six months old, Pittsburgh’s Bread and Salt bakery is fast becoming known for its pane locale (local bread), made in a former slaughterhouse in the centuries-old Italian baking tradition of using organic flour, natural fermentation and local grain.
(near) PITTSBURGH, PA: If you have a thing for older gentlemen then 9 year old Clyde is the guy for you!! He is currently homeless and hoping to find a forever-date soon.
Clyde is a laid back senior pup who’s been through some rough patches in life. But he remains kind and courteous nonetheless. Clyde still has a bit of a wild streak in him and now and then he will fetch a tennis ball when the fancy strikes him!
Clyde likes and gets along with some dogs (a meet and greet would be best) and he can live with older children who can fully understand not to touch his ears, which are sensitive for him.
Clyde wants you to come on down to the shelter and meet him soon!
Butler County Humane Society wrote, “Sometimes when we have additional kennel space we’ll transfer dogs in from ‘open door’ shelters in our area that may not have a very good chance at being adopted out in time – Clyde was one of those transfers.
He’s a nine year old Labrador Retriever mix who arrived in very poor condition – he was nearly bald and had a severe skin infection that took close to a month and a half to clear up. We finally discovered that this was in relation to a severe food allergy, and since then he’s been doing much better on a diet of grain free, fish flavored food.
Clyde is a laid back old man that likes taking it easy, however, he has been known to chase a tennis ball and play catch when the mood strikes him – he can often be seen carrying one in his mouth from the volunteer yard back to his kennel!
He can be sensitive about having his ears touched and has shown a bit of a temper regarding this in the past, so we recommend that he goes to a quiet home without young children where he can take things slow and live out the rest of his days comfortably. He’s also not a huge fan of cats, though he gets along well with some of the other dogs here at the BCHS.
His adoption fee is $50 and like all of the dogs and cats at the Butler County Humane Society he is up to date on his vaccines, neutered, and microchipped.”