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Give me that Cheerio!

Give me that Cheerio!

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I’ve been trying to get a photo of this for some time, but I never have the camera handy when she does it.  Misha and my Mom usually share some Cheerios in the afternoon.  Every now and then, one rolls away.  Misha always knows it, too. This is Misha attempting to get one under the furniture.  She sticks her head under, puts her butt in the air, and reaches her paw as far as she can stretch it.  Eventually, she…

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  Thursday morning I was in the spare room.  I heard faint whines and cries coming from the bedroom.  I usually don’t respond unless it goes on for awhile. After a few minutes, I decided to check on her.  I found her sound asleep like this… I think she was talking in her sleep again.

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Dreaded Jacket Season

Dreaded Jacket Season

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The last couple of days our normally springlike autumn has turned chilly and windy.  We had wind gust up around 40-50 mph on Monday.  It means this is the time of year that Misha hates the most:  Jacket Season. Our winters don’t get very cold and it never snows.  But, Misha is a small dog without a whole lot of fur.  She shivers when the temperature is below 65F.  She sleeps wrapped inside a heat reflecting blanket in the middle…

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She’s Baaack!

She’s Baaack!

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Summit has come over for another sleepover.  She’s feeling much better since she kicked a persistent e.coli infection.  For the first time in many visits, she ate her dinner–all of it–without a fuss the first day. I took the above photo about a year ago when the two were together.  As you can see, Summit outweighs Misha by a good 55 lbs!  They do get along great even if they do spent most of the time staying out of each…

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Don’t You Give Me the Butt!

Don’t You Give Me the Butt!

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What would you say if this is the way your dog greeted you? This is how Misha greets me when I am not paying attention to her.  I’ll be sitting on the couch.  Misha will run in front of me, throw her head to the ground, and stick her butt in the air.  She looks back to make sure I see it.  If she is not pointing directly at me, she’ll scoot over so she is. A couple of times,…

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