Thanks for visiting our blog! It's great to meet new friends who live in hot Arizona! Hope you pups had a happy 4th of July.Comet and BLU
life inside the fence, does that mean you never go on runs because the city cops watch like a hawk, does that mean you are always on a lesh, does that mean you only have a life inside a fence, just lately me and duke(ared lab and a tan Lab+) got picked up for dog at large, yes DOG AT LARGE, and my owner was put on a bulletin to bring him in or to jail, and honest we dud nothing, not cat damage, not property damage, not children where we live, no adults except one lady who clled the cops, so my owner had to work his fine off for 20 hours of hard labor at the libray...if you are interested i have all these details on my blog...barlowputz
Hi Desert Pups! I saw your comment to me on Comet and BLU's blog about the recipe my Mom made."Frosty Paws" (see item D) is ice cream for DOGGIES that your human can buy at the grocery store in the ice cream section. Yes, in the regular ice cream section that has ice cream that humans eat. I have never tried Frosty Paws before. But, my Mom found a recipe for something like Frosty Paws. She made it, but didn't give me any!!!! How unfair is THAT!?? Well, ask your human to pick up some Frosty Paws for you. At least maybe your human won't eat it then.
What's it like being a dog in Arizona? I hope that you have air-conditioning or at least lots of cool tile floors to lie on.:-) Up here in Vancouver, anytime the thermometer rises above 75 degrees Fahrenheit everyone has a fit. It usually only happens for about two weeks. We live in a city of wusses.:-)
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