My teeth feel great!

At 18 years old, my teeth feel great!  Less pain! My teeth have been used a long time.  As far as Aunt Amy knows, my teeth have never been cleaned.  My grandma was too afraid of the anesthetic, so none of my “bad” teeth were pulled nor cleaned. Amy made a supplement for me called […]

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Cough instead of Bark

One of my best inventions is replacing barking with coughing. One big advantage is my Aunt Amy always comes running when I’m coughing, even at 4:30 in the morning.  I cough when I want her to wake up and take me outside or feed me.  I used to bark at my Grandma to take me […]

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My teeth

My teeth hurt a lot.  Lately, Amy thinks I have been losing weight because my teeth hurt me.  I eat wet dog food, but I lick it instead of biting it, and I end up getting tired before I get enough to eat.  Amy did some computer research and came up with a good solution. […]

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The flu

Something is wrong with Aunt Amy.  She barely gets off the couch.  I think she doesn’t feel well.  Usually we go outside at least 4 times a day, but not yesterday –  we only went out two times.  Her cough sounds terrible.  I hope she doesn’t give it to me.  I also hope that she […]

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Getting on the Computer

What does Amy do for so long on the computer?  She sits at the table, or on the couch or at the counter top moving her fingers around.  It doesn’t smell good or feel good, so why does she spend so much time playing with it when she could be outside?   I had been […]

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Canine Epileptoid Cramping Syndrome

About a month ago I started having episodes where my back would arch and I would fall over. On Christmas Eve I started having several at a time.  Amy was scared that my seizures had come back so she looked up my symptoms:  arching back, looking up, and falling over backwards.  It came up with […]

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