Posts Tagged ‘dogs’

Happy Hiking Day

We took the dogs on a hike today.  A few photos.

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Also discovered, Klaus is afraid of large leaves, among other things.

 

 

 

And my fave pic of the day.

Also, I uploaded a video, found here.

Bath time!

Just some really cute pictures from Klaus’ bath time.

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Feeling unappreciated…

After spending nearly a week outdoors, Klaus decided to let me know his unhappiness by chewing a hole in the wonderful bed I made for him and Luna.  Thank you, Klaus.

And some pictures from our trip to Colorado.

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Swimming Lessons

Klaus went swimming for the first time today.  He did a really great job and he really likes the water.  He also decided to take Luna for a walk.  (Check out the new video on YouTube).

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A Doggie Bed Built for Two

I made Luna and Klaus a giant dog bed.  It is so big, it probably belongs in the Guinness Book.  They love it.

I had to cut 8 pairs of pants from Goodwill apart and sew them together.  It took quite a long time.  See below.

Before they had their new bed.

Sleeping like babies.

Santa Klaus

I don’t know what that title is supposed to mean, it just made me chuckle.

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Ok, now I think I’m halfway ready…

Alright, this is not going to be a sappy tribute, but I’m going to put it in here…

No pictures, I can’t look at them myself, and I certainly can’t post them on here…

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Lara died on June 21.  I miss her.  My heart is so broken over this, and I would truthfully consider selling my soul if I could just roll back the clock, just a little, and somehow prevent this from happening.  I loved her in a way that made her less like a dog and more like my child.  She knew me.  So this is all I’m going to say about this.

And can it be that in a world so full and busy, the loss of one weak creature makes a void in any heart, so wide and deep that nothing but the width and depth of eternity can fill it up – Charles Dickens