Culinary school for dog food

If you were old would you want someone to carry you around the block?  I don’t walk very far anymore and Amy is tired of looking at the same thing all the time, so she started carrying me around the block.  She puts me down when I wiggle so I can walk around and smell […]

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A few of my favorite things

Amy got out her rhyming dictionary and we came up with my song:   Raindrops on roosters and feathers on chickens Bright yellow raincoats and warm comfy buckskins Brown paper wrappings that hold chicken wings These are a few of my favorite things   Cream colored car seats and crisp brand new doormats Doorbells that […]

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Rough night

I had a rough night.  Amy gave me lamb and rice food and it didn’t agree with me.  Boy did I have a stomach ache.  I love the lamb food.  I even paced around until she finally gave me some.  I am trying to train her to distinguish my culinary needs.  Walking in circles near […]

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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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Senior Pet Care Tips Straight from a Pup’s Mouth

I get pampered.  Not diapered. I mean, Aunt Amy does things to help me out.  She started giving me puppy massages a few years ago, and things have gotten better ever since. My favorite thing is that she takes me outside a lot and we walk around or else I stand in one place for […]

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Luke’s post on being old

Why does everybody feel sorry for old dogs?  We get to eat what we want, sleep when we want, and if we have “an accident”, all is forgiven.  Other than having a hard time getting up, getting older isn’t all that bad.  We’re too old to get too many shots.  I go to the vet […]

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