T is for Trouble.

I think the title explains it all…the puppies have been playing all day long, getting into all sorts of trouble of course!  Almost all the pictures of them turn out blurry since they are in constant motion so we will just settle for pictures of snow. 🙂

 

Early morning romp in the snow.

Surveying the snow out front.

Walkin through the snow with Daddy Hooman!

This was after the snow started to melt. When we woke up the snow was down to the R/T on the side!

Post dinner time walk.

Rorie and Faline got a new connecty leash so they could be walked together.  They only got tangled around a tree, lamp post, and a sign post a couple times but they did figure out how to trip people, like Andrew. 🙂  Smart dogs!

Cool down time — chewing on hooves together. (sorry, it’s a little blurry)

The pups were tired after playing all day.  They settled down to chew on hooves while their humans played some Wii.  Even Faline joined in the napping and gnawing for a little while, though she doesn’t really like having her picture taken.  Gwen also hoarded the hooves and wouldn’t share any of them at one point.

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And for today’s helpful tidbit of information, here is a link to a website that contains a list of things that are poisonous to dogs and also what happens if they do ingest these things.  Interesting to read and have on hand.  There is even an app for that!  The front page has a link to their app and if you click on the tab titled “Poison List” you can get a list that you can narrow down your search (i.e. plant, food, etc.) for dogs and cats both.  http://www.petpoisonhelpline.com/

 

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