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while you're away, pick up a copy of 'The Art of Racing in the Rain' by Garth Stein...let's just say..'it's enlightening' in dog years

Loved this post! I am reading in Italy and sometimes I forget that you are a long way away - in more ways than one! Hope your trip goes well.

It's always a relief to know our fur people are okay. My only fur child is in the last stages of heart and kidney failure (she's almost 17) and it's been a hard weekend but she will be free later today. Good thoughts to Moose and especially Daisy for a full recovery.

love this - thank you! I have a "Moose" who's name is Riley and he has a similar train of thought when talking too ... love them for loving us how they do ...

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