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Monthly Archives: December 2010
As I look toward 2011, here is what I think my furkids would resolve: Jake — take more naps. Hope — work on trust issues. Windy – plot to become the alpha dog. As for me, I plan to get … Continue reading
Ohio probably will remain for at least another year as one of the most notorious puppy mills states in the nation. The Coalition to Ban Dog Auctions did not get enough signatures to place the ban in the hands of … Continue reading
Jake, Windy and Hope received some treats they really like. Grandma Lucy’s Organic Oven Baked Dog Treats look like little teddy bears and smell delicious. Yes, delicious. The blueberry ones smell like Pop Tarts. The bags are 14 ounces, and … Continue reading
Here is a recipe for dog treats. I have not tried it yet, but Jake, Hope and Windy love them. Applesauce/Peanut Butter Dog Treats 6 cups of whole-wheat flour 10 cups of quick oatmeal 1 tablespoon baking powder 4 cups … Continue reading
The furkids made out like bandits this Christmas. Friends from Florida sent them a giant Pez container with dog treats. Friends from Tennessee sent them toys and bandanas. Hope’s foster mom sent homemade dog biscuits. (They look good enough to … Continue reading
Jake, Hope, Windy and their furparents wish you a Merry Christmas.
Sometimes dogs and Christmas trees lead to frustrating situations. I’ve not had a problem for quite some time. On the bottom branches, of my artificial tree, I hang ornaments that are not enticing. No fluffy or stuffy danglers that may … Continue reading
In spite of being in an Amish puppy mill for five years, Hope is an intelligent dog. This month we celebrate her being out of the mill for two years, and today she surprised me. We feed the furkids twice … Continue reading
If an odor is bad, I guarantee it that your furkid will revel in its source. Dogs have millions more olfactory receptors than humans. They can detect multiple layers of odors. This is what makes them ideal to detect bombs, … Continue reading