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Thursday, September 16, 2010

The Intervention!!

funny dog pictures-Mike, we heer bc weez ur frens. u ben in dis pool 3 daze. Ish time to get out.


Unknown said...

There are times when we could sure use an intervention between our two smallest puppies (dogs, actually). For Stuart, who is a 7 year-old Pomeranian mix, will wait until Grayson, who is a 4 year-old Yorkie, sees him heading for the food dish, and then he will race to the dish and snatch a mouthful before Grayson can get there--all with much growling and posturing coming from both.

Mike Golch said...


Anonymous said...


That's all I have to say.

JBR said...

CC thank you for sharing something that put a smile on my face. Blessings.

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