Weekend Dog Blogging

| March 26, 2006 | 4 Comments


Last post today. I swear. I just wanted to post this cute picture of Scrappy kissing Snoopy.

 

And then there is this one of them checking out one of the future garden sites in my yard. I bet they can’t wait to start stealing the vegetables.

 

Be sure to check out Sweetnicks roundup later tonight!

Category: doggies

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Sarah W. Caron is a freelance writer, editor and recipe developer. Her work has appeared in countless online and print publications including iVillage, BELLA NYC Magazine, Yum for Kids magazine and more. She lives in Connecticut with her two kids, two beagles and husband.

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  1. Virtual Frolic says:

    Tell the dogs I say hello!! I should look into making them some homemade doggie treats!

  2. Marianne says:

    I seriously just squealed and made my husband come look. I want your beagles to meet my beagle.

  3. Sarah says:

    So there’s a puppy in the window of the pet store here. I really, really want it. So does Nella. Tell me, am I setting myself up for disaster? Puppy and crawling baby?

  4. Sarah says:

    I’ll tell them VF!

    Mrs. Canada, that would be awesome!

    Sarah, well my dogs and Will get along great. Will chases them and grabs their ears, tails, whatever, and they lick his ears. So I don’t think it’s a disaster. But be forewarned: a puppy is like a baby, except furry.

    When I got Snoopy, the older of the two, it was so much like when Will was 2-3 months – Snoopy would whine at 4 a.m. because he would need to go outside. Then again at 6:30 and at 8:30 before I went to work we’d have to take a long walk. A few more jaunts in the evening when I got home too.

    Oh, and they don’t get good control of their excretions until about 6 months or so, so expect an accident or two.

    But hey, training a dog is good practice for toilet training. Similar methodology – you take the dog to a spot that you deem the pee spot and stand there until he goes. When he’s done, you praise him like he just won the Nobel Peace Prize.

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