The Internet is a Black Hole

I need help. During one of the few periods of time during my day when I have free time I was sucked into watching the following video clip (from 2005). I have absolutely no idea why I find it so amusing but the song has been stuck in my head for most of the past […]

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The curse of being a pet owner

The day after Christmas last year one of my dogs left this life and ventured into the next. He was a beautiful dog with a sweet and loving personality but over the year he had several medical issues that the fine doctors at TLC in Leesburg couldn’t diagnose, despite trying their best. As I’m sure […]

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Old Dogs: Are The Best

I have a deep love for old dogs. Maybe it is because, for the most part, they’re nice and mellow. Old dogs seem to reach an age of maturity and you can see it in them. They’re wiser, more experienced and, for better or worse, set in their ways. I recently picked up Gene Weingarten […]

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Pedigree Commercials & Heart Strings

As usual, I have been meaning to post this to our Woofie’s blog but, alas, I have been tied up. HOWEVER, this I couldn’t keep bottled up inside 🙂 Does anyone remember the Pedigree commercials that had David Duchovny’s voice over work? They would literally make me want to reach out to my television set […]

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The Magic Box

The Magic Box. It is a thing of wonderment and amazement…to my dogs. We humans tend to refer to the Magic Box as the “fridge” or the “ice box”. In the eyes of our four legged friends, it is known as the Magic Box. Why? Because it is where all the really good stuff comes […]

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Epic fail! LOL!

Wow, it has been a while, hasn’t it? I promise (again) that I will try and update this site for everyone on a more regular basis! Yes, I admit that my ability to to consistently post has been an epic failure. However, I’m working on correcting that so that we can share in our pet […]

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Good-bye, Little Prince

Last night I was downtown having dinner with a friend of mine. During the evening hours, Washington, DC, is transformed from the hustling, bustling business district to a more casual atmosphere. After dinner, as I walked to my car I checked my email on my phone. I was shocked and saddened to hear that our […]

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