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Category Archives: Pets
Some days nothing seems to make any sense. Today is October 25 – 6 days before Halloween here in the USA. Stopping at the grocery store after my dentist appointment, I saw the expected display of Halloween candies and pumpkins … Continue reading
It was Puppy Cody’s first visit, ever, to a pet store. I was a bit nervous about taking her as I know how difficult she can be in strange situations, especially where other dogs might be present. I envisioned her … Continue reading
Yes, those are the eggs that were left on the stove way too long, and thus became inedible. As was the bagel, which was left too long in the toaster. Why? you ask. It wasn’t because Puppy Cody was misbehaving. … Continue reading