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I talk to the trees

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  1. Oh! I forgot the rule about having to post photos when a new pet is announced! 😆
  2. And I couldn’t be happier about failing! 😁 I haven’t had a puppy in the house in ten years, and I’m loving every minute of it. My last puppy was a tiny little sheltie, so not much of a chewer. This one is a lab/ border collie mix, so she chews around the clock! We have plenty of Kong, Nylabone, etc...chew toys, but I was thinking about getting her a few edible chews. Any suggestions for bully stick brands? Or maybe the Himalayan cheese chews? Good experiences with these items? Bad ones? It has been so long since I have had to buy something for a puppy! Help me fill up my Chewy cart, y'all!
  3. Thank you! Dd has a birthday coming up, and I need to put together a couple of little surprises for her to open. Surely I’ll find something good on this list! (The big birthday gift is that she and her father have tickets to the Jane Goodall lecture this month in D.C.!)
  4. This is my current foster. Her name is Mercy and she is a lab/border collie mix. I’m holding out for an agility or freestyle or other competitive home. At 4.5 months, she knows 16 commands, and is working with my dd on basic freestyle moves. So if any of you are looking for a new sport/ competition partner, and want to help a fellow boardie NOT become a foster failure twice in a row...
  5. I'm in the same boat with my dd. The best way I know of to describe it is that she was born an “old soul.” From early childhood, she was a deep thInker, and never went through a ditzy girl phase or a bratty/ rebellious phase. I was just blessed with the world's easiest child! Even teaching co-op classes to other homeschoolers, (I guess I expected more from them for whatever reason) I was often left shaking my head at the poor behavior.
  6. Awwwww! What a handsome boy! Seniors are such wonderful dogs. We adopted an eleven year old sheltie many years ago, and she was the sweetest, most well-behaved dog in our pack!
  7. Paint Your Wagon, probably because I had such fun playing in the pit for that one one summer during high school. (That's where my user name came from.) I also love Camelot.
  8. I’m so sorry for your loss! The world would be a much nicer place if there were no ticks or mosquitos!
  9. Math-related, not science, but how about Terry Jones' Story of One? YouTube link: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ojqfwtwitMI
  10. We use Chewy for food, treats, toys, and otc meds. They have excellent customer service. I really like the cutesy notes and emails they send! But I'm one of those people who proudly wears her “Crazy Dog Lady” title, so that could have something to do with it.
  11. Aveda's Rosemary-Mint shampoo is my favorite. I like their Shampure fragrance too, but that one seems to get mixed reviews about the fragrance. You either love it or hate it.
  12. Morse (because of his dots and dashes.) Although as tiny as the little guy is in that photo, he looks more like a Morsel than a Morse!
  13. Yes, always. When I forget, he says, “Oh, that’s ok” and gets fast food. 🙄 So I'm not only saving money by packing his lunch, but saving his health as well!
  14. That is a very good idea. I think someone in my knitting circle does sell stuff in eBay, so I will ask her when I see her!
  15. Oh, hey, Junie, I can read, and do know your name, but autocorrect switched it to Julie. Sorry I didn’t catch that last night! No insult was intended! 🙂
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