|That's me, Cosmo, on the left with mai pal Johann on the right|
Last weekend, Cosmo and I attended the social media conference in Atlanta, and we met so many great pals we decided to do two blogs posts... first for the great anipals we met (dogs and ferrets in this case) and a second one for the fabulous humans!
Cosmo wins, as usual, so we're starting with his dog pals. Johann the Dog, far right, was one of Cosmo's very first anipals on Twitter. In fact, it was Cosmo's pal Zio Tony, who found Johann for us when he was searching for some famous cyclist person named Johann something-or-other. Johann the Dog came up first in search (that says something, doesn't it!), Zio Tony introduced Johann to us and the rest is history! We were particularly excited about meeting Johann for the first time, since he and his mom, Leslie May, do agility like we do! We already knew we'd have lots in common beyond having black-and-white doggies!
|I luv this Dog Tornado, Moooom... can I have one??!!|
Cosmo particularly enjoyed the Nina Ottosson Dog Tornado, shown at left, and the Dog Pyramid. Both are available at Nip and Bones, our pal Baby Patches' mom's store.
In addition to Johann, we met lots of other great anipals at BarkWorld. Here are a few!
Preston Speaks, below left, is one of our newest friends on Twitter. He's a lovely West Highland White Terrier, and here, he's discovering Manny, one of two Informed Ferrets. Ferret James was also at BarkWorld, but he's hiding out in his nice bag carried by his mom AmyJo Casner. On the right, please meet Precious... she is @ImaJackRussell on Twitter and the author of two lovely children's books about her adventures.
Below left is our pal Frankie Beans, also known as @FrankieElPerro on Twitter. Frankie's mom, Denise Quashie is founder of BarkWorld Expo, and a meeting and event planner in Atlanta. She did a terrific job in the first year of this event. Below right, is Miss Niqqi, an adorable Bichon Frise from Chicago who made this terrific video about our Chicago meet up and dog walk!
And finally, we met Judy, below left, for the first time at BarkWorld. Her mom, Jessica Bush, authors the DOGingham blog and she took some great photos at BarkWorld! Willow Wiggles, below right, is a pal from our neighborhood, but we didn't even know Willow or her mom Lee Smith until we met them on Twitter!
There also were so many great pals at BarkWorld who didn't come with their anipals. Next up, BarkWorld pals of the human kind!