It’s Doggityday!

Artist: Jimmy Lawlor

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13 Responses to It’s Doggityday!

  1. Lucille says:

    Senior Dog Abandoned At The Shelter Because of Cancer, Gets Second Chance
    The Dodo Foster Diaries – March 26, 2021

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  2. Lucille says:

    Let Sleeping Dogs Lie…

    Happy Doggityday!

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  3. jeans2nd says:

    My perfect guard dog

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    • He is a beautiful dog. Once where I lived there was an over-sized male Samoyed across the street. He was beautiful too!
      There is some foreshortening taking place in the video, especially because it is recorded at an angle. I took a screenshot of the video to get the height of the dogs back without his head moving in the way to get his true height. Then I slid the dog down to floor level even to where the man’s feet would be. He also has a lot of fluffy fur sticking out to make him look larger (but oh so huggable! 😉 ) He looks to be about the size of a St Bernard or Newfie. He is beautiful, and I bet for “his people”, just a big luv bug!. 😉

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  4. Hello All 🙂
    Yesterday I saw the first signs of spring: jonquils & forsythia!
    Here are some interesting bunnies I have not seen before around here however 😉

    This website has a list of flowers that are either poisonous to dogs or that make dogs sick grouped by toxicity with photos to identify the plant. Hope it helps people. I’ve never before seen such a complete list with identifying photos.

    Have a great day everyone! 🙂

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    • czarina33 says:

      I surely hope my dogs (and cats) instinctively know to not eat them. I rarely have arranged flowers in the house, and really only cut roses and daffodils from my yard to bring in. I know the sago palm fruit is poison to dogs, and plan to take the ones I have in pots to a plant sale to get rid of them.

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    • jeans2nd says:

      My very old, nearly blind best dog ever wandered into the saguaro when we lived in Cochise County (AZ). Days spent with tweezers, pulling those l’il suckers out.
      He also ate the tinsel off the Christmas tree when younger.
      Plus, he grew up and lived a long (19+ years) life with daily chocolate.

      Thank goodness he didn’t like plants or flowers.


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