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My Toothbrush
Published on Thursday, April 26, 2012 by   My Toothbrush DOH!   Wanna see THEIR toothbrushes in this almost over photo challenge?  Be sure to visit these amazingly talented folks!  Ziva, Mike WJ, Nicky and Mike, Mo, Nonamedufus, Bryan, Mariann, Malisa, Nora, LaughingMom, Tanya, Elizabeth A., 00dozo, Cheryl, Kristen, Pam, Meleah....
How Long Does It Take?
Published on Sunday, September 11, 2011 by Three days.  It takes three whole days for jewelry to pass through a Dalmatian’s digestive tract.  And I know this how, you ask? Because I rock as a Mom.  Indeed, I allowed my daughter to wear my pearls to school.  It was her first pair after the piercing studs.  My Dad gave them to me.  Yes, they are precious.  But so is my daughter.  And she wanted to wea...
My Smartphone Is Missing One Important Feature
Published on Thursday, December 2, 2010 by I love my new Samsung Fascinate.  From the Android Apps to the amazing graphics, one would think it has it all.  But sadly, my  smart phone is missing one very important camera feature.  Anti-Dog Blur.  Is there an App for that? ...
Dog Training Fail
Published on Tuesday, October 26, 2010 by I’ve never had a trained dog before.  As a matter of fact I’m certain my right arm is longer than the left as a result of being dragged on dog walks.  But with our new Emma being deaf, training is a necessity – for her safety and my piece of mind. Now I normally don’t curse, but in this case I find I must.  Looking for a trainer who is experienced with d...
You Know You Have a Deaf Dog When…
Published on Wednesday, October 20, 2010 by Halloween and Fourth of July?  No problem! You can sneak things in to the house and your dog will never know. The sound of the refrigerator?  No problem! You find yourself being silent around ALL animals. NOTHING goes undetected by your dog’s bionic sniffer. Loose dog following behind you?  No problem! Dogs barking from across the street?  No prob...
She’s Here She’s Here She’s Here!
Published on Saturday, October 9, 2010 by Left at a pound by someone who spoke no English.  The language barrier kept staff from knowing this poor dog’s story.  Why was she left there?  What could have happened? Fortunately the staff realized this sweet girl was deaf.  Perhaps her first owner thought she just wouldn’t listen?  Wouldn’t be good no matter what he did?  His loss, my gain. Today...
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