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Meet Willow

Willow came to live with us in August. She’s about 8 months old now, loves yarn, loves giving her people love nips, and is best friends with her brother Tyr. I thought Smudge would be happy to have another feline friend, but she’s not really bonded with her. Instead, Smudge will walk up to Willow, […]

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Twisted Stomachs

So, what I really want to write is about our brief time down south to a big city to get away for a little bit. What I’m actually going to write about is the panic attack our oldest puppy gave us today… and the reason I’m happy that we didn’t have to make an extremely […]

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There’s No Such Thing As Spring

We’re getting another front of snow that’s looking to be at least another foot altogether. My phone will not stop buzzing with warnings about roads. I wish it was lighter outside though, Tyr absolutely adores the snow and could probably play nonstop in it. The funny thing about living so far north is that the […]

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Day 5

After a lot of discussion and some budgeting, we started taking the puppies to doggy daycare. They started last week and I think it was one of the best puppy parent decisions we’ve made so far. It wasn’t so much that I was worried about Luna, it was Tyr that I had some concerns with […]

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Tyr at 9 Weeks

He’s a little terror and has good days and bad. Doesn’t like to be without us (some separation anxiety… a part of the breed), but he’s getting better when he realizes that we always come back. Eats like a horse. And loves chewing on his big sister Luna. Also, does not know what to think […]

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Puppies

Beau and I took our relationship to a new level. We got a puppy. I haven’t had an uninterrupted night of sleep since Thursday. We’re crate training him and it was his first weekend away from mom and his littermates. Friday night he was not a happy little camera. Perfectly, every 2 hours, he would […]

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