The things I do now that I have 2 dogs, never mind a poodle

Have you ever found yourself doing something and think, “Well, there’s a first time for everything”?  That’s what happened to me today. 

  • Finding myself carefully perusing the fish and tackle aisle at the supermarket, hoping to find a cheap solution for cleaning my dogs’ ears.
  • Staying up late to allow the peanut butter in my dogs’ kongs to soften and therefore, make it easier for me to clean.
  • Getting excited when I discover a new comb to groom my dogs with.
  • Taking out my sewing machine and planning to make cute collars.

Sigh.

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About The adventures of the piano keys

Hello there, A few years ago, I adopted a little white fluffy dog who I named Jasmine. Like any good intentioned dog owner, I registered for dog obedience classes. Little did I know how these lessons would go on to introducing me to the wonderful world of dog sports. Since then, Jasmine has participated in agility, flyball, and rally obedience events. We don’t expect to make any world team, but we love the training, competing, and most of, the chance of spending time together and having fun. In February 2011, I adopted a second dog, Fannie. This blog is a journal of our activities. Sit back, put your feet up, and I hope I can tease a smile out of you with our antics.
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2 Responses to The things I do now that I have 2 dogs, never mind a poodle

  1. You mean you didn’t soften the peanut butter for Jasmine’s kongs or make her cute little collars?

    • LOL! Jasmine didn’t need kongs filled with peanut butter when I left. In those days, she didn’t like peanut butter either. She was her quiet little self in my absence. Of course, when I moved, everything changed. Fannie is very, very, anxious when I leave, so she needs that peanut butter.

      Collars? Jasmine got hers ready made from the stores. ; ) Now, if I can only start and finish that quilt I bought all the material for 3 years ago.

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