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My Life by Teddy

Winter can humiliate!

March 4th 2013 6:00 am
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I haven't been writing for awhile because nothing too interesting was going on. But now, I have to complain about winter. In the past two weeks we have had 18 inches of snow with 8 on the way tomorrow. Well last week we went outside during the 11 inch fall. We saw the Retriever across the road and the Lab next door jumping and running in the stuff and not wearing any winter garb. There we were wearing our matching Christmas sweaters with the furry hoods and stuck up to our ears in the cold white stuff! As Mom was plucking me out to carry inside, I saw the Scottie crossing the road wearing a sweater and 4 matching socks! All I could think of as I was being carried in was "at least I'm not wearing socks"! I hope Mom didn't see that Scottie!!!!


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Barked by: JAKIE, FOREVER LOVED (Dogster Member)

March 4th 2013 at 1:26 pm

18 inches and more comin - WOW!! Mom remembers back in NY when she trudged thru the snow to school. Tink dey used to get dat much out here in the NW - but no more in our area. I bet you look cute in your sweater!
Barked by: Patch (Dogster Member)

March 5th 2013 at 5:36 pm

Aren't they just always looking for new ways to humiliate us? Is it a little dog thing? You're right - you don't often see big dogs in clothes! It's discrimination, that's what it is!
My mom has ordered new traction boots for me - she thinks that's going to make it easier for me to walk? Short dogs, ARISE!!

Stay safe in the snow - we're watching it on tv.
Barked by: JAKIE, FOREVER LOVED (Dogster Member)

March 14th 2013 at 4:08 am

Oh no!!!!!! She musta seen dem on the Scottie. Momtried to keep sockies on me in FL when visiting - dey got dese tiny burrs all over dat stick to ya. Actually, we little ones look a lot cuter than the big dogs!!

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