Funny Pet Signs Biography
The first time I ever saw a PC was when I hopped onto Mama’s lap while she was web-surfing. She had told me about all the wonderful things you can learn from that box and showed some stuff to me which I would never, ever have seen if I stayed on ground-level.
Soon I would ask to hop onto my Humans’ laps whenever they are at the desk. One day, after seeing loads of stuff put up by Humans I thought to myself, why not do something too? That’s when I conferred with Mama and we decided to launch my Blog together. I’m so glad I did. Now the Humans can really learn about how we, the unspoken ones, really see the world.
Well, after a year of experiences and blogging, age is taking a toll on me. I need to wear glasses now when I’m working. They say dogs get 7 times older than in human years…sigh!
I would really like to share more with all of you. So continue to check in and I’m sure you wont be disappointed.
Alas the woes of Winter continue to haunt me.
My little paws are beginning to itch and sometimes even sting. Must be the salt and gravel rubbish.
It’s been one crazy, awful week. First it snows. Then it’s bright sunshine. Snow melts…enters the sludge and mush. Then it snows again. In-between all of that comes the sharp, chilling winds from the north, temperatures drop to minus digits and it starts to freeze up mostly early morning. The salt and gravel makes their reappearance again. Good grief!
C’mon, give me a break! I am a dog and dogs HAVE to go out, not but choice but by necessity.
Doggies dont normally wear shoes or booties. I had two pairs previously but HATED them! They only make it hard for me to feel the ground and on icy, slippery surfaces I slide uncontrollably. It was traumatic. So, how did I get rid of them?
Hah! Me, I’m a smart one! I pulled them off and mutilated them! Since they are not cheap to begin with, my Humans decided not to spend anymore of their hard-earned $$$$$$ on these stupid contraptions. One up for me :-)
Well…not really. Now I walk with my paws unprotected. Mama normally rinses off all the grime and residues with warm water when we reach home. When it’s really bad, she would use doggie soap or shampoo too. It sure feels darn good once my paws are clean.
But….WAIT! Too much cleaning can also be a problem. My paws feel dry and hard. Sometimes they even feel uncomfortable and sting. Ouch!
So, here comes the creams. Mama would apply moisturizing creams on my delicate paws to soften them. I have a wide range of these, ranging from doggie ones (YUKKY!) to human handcreams which Mama uses for herself. They are D-E-L-I-C-I-O-U-S!