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Category Archives: my creatures

looking back at 2013

Since I never ever blog, I thought I’d quickly tag a few of the photos I like from the past year and stick them inView full post »

bruiser (aka doolittle)

This past week I puppysat Bruiser (he came to my house as “Doolittle” but I have an admitted problem callingView full post »

bear day

Once a year, on or near their birthday, my dogs get a special day. Sunday was Bear Day.View full post »

Merry Christmas!

thank Dog. photography wishes everyone a happy holidays!!View full post »

for the early birds

Save $100 off a gift certificate for a regular session with thank Dog. photography! Regularly $450 — for a limitedView full post »

my girl’s 6

Belle and I finally had our solo adventure for her 6th birthday this past weekend (only 2 months late).  She’s myView full post »

an update on birdie

So… Birdie.  The Bird.  Bird-Dog. Bunny. She started kindergarten (finally).  I wouldn’t say she’sView full post »

the big girl

I typically “celebrate” my dogs’ birthdays — nothing big and ridiculous, just a trip to the petView full post »

raffle winner

Thanks to everybody that stopped by the booth at the Dallas Pet Expo last weekend!  It was a very busy day – butView full post »

devil dog

Lil’ Birdie’s growing like a weed and becoming more and more mischievous.  I posted about this on facebookView full post »

meet birdie

It’s been a big week ’round these parts. First, Jet was adopted.  I told myself before heading out to theView full post »

adopting from a rescue organization

I recently read an article by a woman complaining about her difficulty in adopting a dog from a rescue organization.  View full post »

trials and tribulations of a baby lab

I’ve posted about some of this episode on Facebook (if you don’t “like” thank Dog, you shouldView full post »

jet, the foster monkey

Since Rosie (now Bella Rose) was adopted a couple weeks ago, Jet’s personality has really come out.  He’s aView full post »

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