Poor Wiley was bitten by a bug near his eye shortly before I took this picture, so his one eye is a little puffy. We kept an eye on it, but he was fine by the next day.
Wyatt starting growling and barking when I pulled out the camera to take pictures. It
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I’ve always enjoyed a good breakfast, but the truth is that more often than not, I prefer to have that big breakfast later in the day – say at lunch or dinner. Since I knew that we were going to be heading out of town the next day, I made up a gluten free
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It’s almost July, and pretty much all of the farmer’s markets and roadside stands have been closed for some time. You see when most of the country is enjoying the bountiful harvest of the warm summer months, our area of the country shuts down due to the scorching arid desert heat of
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Around here, the summer temps soar which means the desert sand gets hot – really hot. Even the callused, rough paws of our two crazy pups have to be protected in the heat of the day on hikes. The problem is that many types of dog boots don’t stay on well – at all.
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My dogs are a little crazy. In many households, one dog will have some crazy quirk, but it’s not shared by his canine companions. That is not the case at our house.
Our two pups share almost all of their crazy quirks. In fact, I’d go so far as to say that they feed
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