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Category Archives: Dogs
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? Pets are part of the family. Most children growing up have one, gerbil, hamster, goldfish or a rabbit seem to be quite popular as a kid’s ‘first’. Not me. We lived about a mile away…
We will celebrate our third year in this property the week after next and in that time we have met up with some lovely people, some with pets, some without. We have heard today of another beloved pet having crossed … Continue reading
These days the word VET fills me with concern, dread and anxiety. No, this is not Maggie’s perspective, though I can well appreciate her own feelings on the matter as she backs tight against the seat when we pull up … Continue reading
I’ve done these before, the first of which worked out quite well. You can read it here Picture from google. The above picture was used in a Tale Weaver post from November 2017, which I’ve just read again and it … Continue reading
Following on from Linda’s One Liner Wednesday today, I ‘recycled’ this picture from another blog almost four years ago. I’ve always loved it.
Here we go again with the foot issue. Maggie has always been a licker, whether due to anxiety, separation issues , irritation or boredom, but as a rule we can keep on top of it. You might remember this post … Continue reading
You may recall this post a little while ago and the follow up here One thing about having a dog is that the house can smell….. well……. doggish. I suppose we are immune to the whiff, but sometimes it catches … Continue reading
This is a conversation I had with a fellow dog walker the other day on opposite sides of the road. ‘David! How lovely to see you!’ ‘My dear! And you! How are you?’ ‘I’m fine, thank you. You?’ ‘Yes I’m … Continue reading
Maggie could win gold in any Olympic sniffathon, and taking her for a walk can be slow and laborious as she has to find the exact blade of grass of the exact length before she graces it with a pee … Continue reading