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13 August 2015
Yes, we are very blessed. I'm so happy to hear Ava is doing so well too. Today has been a challenge because we're getting a storm and have lots of ice, snow and blowing. He's not happy about having to be walked out on a leash. I'm so afraid of him wiping out on the icy mess. He's doing so well and I don't need him injuring himself.
Here's to continued successful recoveries and many more days of happy pups.
25 April 2007
Bubba is by far one of the most laid back dogs I've ever come across. I am sure that it has to do with his training as a service dog. Our other dog, well that is a different story. She is so high strung that I would never recommend this breed to just anyone. Storms absolutely drive her over the edge.
This is what Food Coma looks like, lol It seems as though I can't even get through my first cup of coffee in the morning, because these hooligans want their breakfast which typically consist of cottage cheese, egg, salmon oil, kale, shredded carrots, some form of raw meet, and a bit of dry kibble. #happydogs #happylife
25 April 2007
18 October 2009
In this house NOTHING happens before the dogs are fed in the morning- they are small but certainly have us trained!
I'm thankful that my current pack is pretty much oblivious to thunder (not a lot of that here) and fireworks (we hear a burst at least monthly these days). Tri-pug Maggie was terrified and inconsolable around either for most of her life. I even tried drugging her and that just make her loopy and terrified!
That food coma looks tempting... I think I need a snack!
Karen and the Spirit Pug Girls
The family thinks the dogs eat better than they do, lol. Now, if I were smart I would prep at the beginning of the week so it wouldn't take as long to prepare their breakfast. Instead, I chop up the veggies every morning, and mince the meat for them. The entire process is a site, the puppers sitting patiently at my heels and me in my PJ's, barely awake. What we do for the love of our pups.
My husband and I have been married almost 31 years and he knows that my rule has always been, I don't eat breakfast; therefore, I don't make it. However, I always make breakfast for the dogs and have for years. Now that Bubba is here full time it has added to the morning prep time. He is always wanting to eat and becomes extremely vocal until you feed him, he's such a demanding boy and that boy can put away some food, if allowed.
7 July 2017
Seeing that picture makes me want to curl up beside them both and have a lovely nap with them!
Thats a breakfast of champions for sure!
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