Dogs!

I’m thankful for every one! They love us unconditionally. Even when we wear our p.j.’s all day, our hair is grimy, or we don’t brush our teeth, they love us. Check out this video by Woof and see if you agree.

For the Love of Dogs, right?

Click on the > if it doesn’t start right away.

Warm hugs from B.J. and Charlie Bear who finally (after two and a half months) got a haircut and bath!

BEFORE.
Couldn’t even see his sweet eyes!

AFTER — Look at that! Charlie Bear, you have Beautiful Big Brown Eyes!
And I know, baby, you might not like it THIS short, but it will grow.
Trust me.

Thank you, God, for…
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  • February 9, 2021 at 2:03 pm
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  • June 5, 2020 at 9:08 pm
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    Watching the video brought back loving memories of my service dog, Faith. She was a lover, draped herself across my lap even in hot weather. After retirement, she continued expressing her affections. February 7, 2019, she crossed the Rainbow Bridge. At times the hurt surfaces, and I long for another hug.

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    • June 7, 2020 at 4:24 pm
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      Joan, oh gosh. I know how hard it is to have memories of a faithful, devoted, beloved fur friend. I’m sitting at my computer on a desk chair with Charlie Bear spread out across my lap. He does that sporadically, and it makes me feel so loved.

      I also miss my soul mate dog: Rex. He was one in a gazillion. Charlie Bear is my husband’s dog mostly, which is why his occasional longings for my lap warm my heart.

      Hugs from our beloved pets (part of our families) are sorely missed. You’ll see Faith over the Rainbow Bridge one day.

      Til then for both of us,
      Hugs and love from B.J. and Charlie Bear

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  • June 3, 2020 at 5:42 pm
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    Beautiful video,, B.J. And I’m a fan of fuzxy Charlie Bear, but he’s always cute. Assume you’re safe and well. Miss you. Our Mary graduates virtually from high school tomorrow. And our Will TO high school on Friday. Amazing.
    Note new email address, in case I haven’t already sent it. My love…

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    • June 3, 2020 at 6:31 pm
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      Hi Jean,

      I like Charlie Bear’s hair a bit longer too…but it was sooooo far between haircuts that he needed to go super short. And he’s always needing a trim. It had been two and a half months. Way too long.

      We are safe and all is well. The graduations are different, but still so exciting!

      Many warm hugs, B.J.

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  • June 3, 2020 at 4:53 am
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    I must know…what kind of furbaby is Charlie Bear?? He’s a.dor.able!

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    • June 3, 2020 at 3:18 pm
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      Hi Deborah,
      Charlie Bear is a Havanese. A tiny body filled with attitude! And we love him to pieces.
      All the best,
      B.J.

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  • June 3, 2020 at 1:10 am
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    Oh B.J., I am sobbing! That video was absolutely beautiful and true!! We lost our girl on January 6th of this year, and my heart aches so badly for her. I have always been an animal lover and had a dog in my life since I was around 12 years old. This is the first time in my life at age 59 that I no longer have that unconditional love of a dog. Granted, I have two very affectionate cats and two horses, but there is something about a dog! Thank you so much for sharing!

    Charlie Bear looks so adorable with his haircut, but he is really giving you the look…lol!

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    • June 3, 2020 at 2:53 am
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      Oh, Cathy, I understand so well the loss of a beloved pet. I’m so so sad for you. Another loved furry friend has crossed over The Rainbow Bridge, where you will see her again when it’s time. Until then, she waits for you. And while she waits, she frolics. No need to worry. She’ll be there in your heart forever.

      And that impetuous Charlie Bear look? Kind of like he’s saying, “Mom. Really? You’re gonna take my picture like this?” Oh yeah…I’ve seen that look before. He’ll get over it. ; o )

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