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What a work out !!!

Tuesday, June 03, 2014

emoticon I just love my pups. Every morning early we take our mile walk. Whitney the puppy is getting used to walk on lead and being a good little walker. But this morning he found something of interest and I didn't see what. Once at home and getting breakfast started, I did notice a smell that really turned my tummy. Having checked out Zoe Girl, I turned to Whitney and yes it was him. Checked him over and could not find anything to be causing this smell. So, breakfast was going to have to wait. It was time for Whitney to have his 1st big time bath!!! What a work out that turned out to be. We started in the kitchen 2nd sink and he was not going to stand or sit nicely. I didn't know how strong this little guy has grown into. So it was bring him into the bath room tub. I have not used the tub in years for a dog wash. I really found myself in all kinds of different positions. At one point I think I really was standing on my head. It took a total of 30 mins to do what normally takes 10 mins. Just wish I knew what a dog bath would add up to in cals. burned ! Hope that we don't have to repeat this activity too soon. Zoe Girl will get a bath tomorrow she is a great gal at bath time and looks forward to them. Have a great day !
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  • TEXASFILLY
    Hahahahahaha~ Love your dog bathing story! That li'l pup must be quite a handful. Good for you on getting your morning walk with your pups. I wish Bella would take to the leash. Walking your dog is just not the same as dragging your pussy. HA! *Hugs* BB~ emoticon
    2325 days ago
  • RICKI157
    Sounds like a interesting way to start the day!!!!
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    2372 days ago
  • no profile photo TRAVELGO
    Just LOVE, LOVE, LOVE my dogs!!!
    2372 days ago
  • no profile photo TRAVELGO
    Just LOVE, LOVE, LOVE my dogs!!!
    2372 days ago
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