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I popped out this afternoon to see what was going on. My friends came over earlier, so we’ve been busy playing a game of tag inside.
Many dog owners feel comfortable leaving the pup at home while away at work. And while you’re away, your pup might find occasion to romp around the house or play with their toys.
You know what makes me mad? Losing my ball. It’s one of my favorite toys, but it always seems to disappear. Most of the time, I’ll put it back in my basket where I keep my other toys.
Dogs are astoundingly curious, just like small children. When they see something new, then it’s time to investigate. When you bring groceries home, they have to inspect them.
I’m the kind of pup that likes the outdoors. A romp through the grass, perhaps a few bird chases, or maybe even an attempt to get a hold of my tail.
While the piles of fluffy snow might have shrunk to mere mounds that litter the yard and walkway, it doesn’t mean things aren’t still cold.
Your friend just showed up at your door with a furry friend. You pet them and note how cute they are. In fact, this pup seems to look just like the one you spotted in the window last week.
Pawing, pacing, and sighs are all signs that your dog wants you to play. You’re taking care of some work on the computer, and the ball plops down on your lap.
After I’m done, the old man puts me back on solid ground and his potty-station makes that sucking noise that always fascinates me.
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While the weather outside is too nippy for my paws, the fire keeps us warm indoors as I’m busy playing with my new toys.
There are many household hazards that every dog faces at some point in their life. Whether it’s that extra piece of candy dropped on the ground or a slippery tile floor.
Halloween is a time for dressing up to be pretty or scary, taking a moment to play into our imagination and even get into a favorite character’s costume.
The old man dressed up strangely today, perhaps just to make sure he fits in with the rest of us. Debbie brought us some pup-kin pies to fill our bellies later.
Once the goods have satisfied my belly’s desire I squeak my toy and rush around as the old man warms by the fire His comfy seat is a favored spot where he observes
Dogs are naturally inclined to support their companion. They care about you, even if they can’t say it. They always have time for you, though it has to be said that they may not want to take a bath wh
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As a loving dog owner, it is your task to begin preparing your pup for the upcoming celebrations. Be sure they have a safe place where they can feel secure during the celebration as well.
Too bad it’s a lesson learned the hard way, but I hope that in the future, people won’t consider my yard a disposal site for their trash or treats.
The holiday season is here, and for many people, travelling is more of their holiday tradition. Going to see family and friends? Good, but will you be taking the dog along for the ride?
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After our breakfast fun, it was time for our morning walk, which went quite splendidly. The morning air is so much cooler this time of year, and it’s a great chance for me to chat with all my friends.
It’s that time of day, and your faithful pup is nudging the newspaper out of your hand and handing you its leash.
Then everyone jumped in for a taste…even Sampson, for which our bellies are at this moment very thankful for.
Cold snow stings. Anyone that’s ever been hit by a snowball will testify to that.
The cold woke me up again. Now usually, I’d be snuggled up on the couch with the old man, but he’s busy wrapping those silly boxes again. So, I’m left here alone, tucked in-between these two cushions.
Have you ever taken your dogs to the dog park and found that they are actually taking you to the park? They lead the way by tugging and pulling you.
With the holiday season here, many will be traveling to spend time with their family and friends. Whether you’re flying or driving, you’re probably going to find yourself in new surroundings.
I peeked around the corner and spied on the old man. He was up to his old tricks again. This one in particular starts off with a towel on the floor.