The incredible Miss Gidget!

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She maybe a bit hard of hearing and is totally blind but
our golden girl Gidget has been a wonder guest.

Using her little paws outstretched she feels away around,
steady but sure of herself Gidget does not allow her disabilities
to stop her enjoying the Inn.

She lowers her head and uses the little tips of he ears as feelers.

What a sweet, loveable and incredible Gidget!

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Iggy arrives at the Inn

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Nous somme arrivie! (and to prove it I am here!)
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Iggy is here! This smart little guy came when he was just a little sprout, about half this size.

He quickly took charge of bossing the big guy Thumper around so much so that Thumper is always looking for a place to hide from this rascal.

Iggy is here at the Inn for a weeks fun and games, so check back and see ...

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Midnight & Pepper

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Midnight and Pepper have come for some playtime whilst their owners show the palatial estate for sale.

What a relief to be able to show your home without to ramifications of spaniels trying to meet and greet those trying to see the house for sale!

Yup, its tough on the owners but much tougher on the dogs as they have no comprehension as to why so many human folk are walking through their door.

Are they supposed to greet or protect?

It is also ...

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Bocephus – The seatbelt eating dog!

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Bocephus the biggest slobber dog I have ever met is here for doggy day care today.

I thought my dog Thumper was a large dog but Bo is bigger!

Bocephus suffers from separation anxiety and will howl for hours if left alone. This tends to upset the neighbors. Bo’s owners work shifts and most of the time they are there to dote and love their huge pup. When there is a shift clash I pick up the Bo, bring him to the ...

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How to survive the blizard

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We have a received more than a huge dollop of snow! Now the reality of the situation is beginning to creep in and survival mode is upon us. We are so very blessed!
We have…

Health
Electricity
Food
Firewood
Netflix
Phones
Computers
Chores, chores and more chores!
So far a total of eighteen inches of snow!!!! It is still coming down and a possibility of additional four to ten inches more! But wait – ...
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An unwanted Christmas Gift

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It’s that time of year again. The holidays have traditionally been a season of joy and good cheer. But “ho, ho, ho” has also turned into “buy, buy, buy” and “give, give, give.” Malls are full to overflowing, television commercials seem to broadcast nothing but sales, and everyone is feeling the pressure to purchase gifts for their loved ones. Inevitably, for many families with children, one of those ...

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Goodies for your dogs Christmas Stocking

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Chew Toys and Bones Written by Dr. Sherry Weaver
All puppies have an undeniable need to chew, and labs can be among the worst. The key to keeping an intelligent dog like a lab from being destructive is to provide a stimulating environment. A big part of this stimulation should be playing with owners and training. When owners are not available, appropriate toys for both education ...
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Help my dog ate a glass ornament

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An important item to keep in your first aid box is a box of cotton balls.

Be sure that you get the pure cotton balls, not the cosmetic puffs that are made from man-made fibers.

Also, buy a quart of half-and-half coffee cream and put it in the freezer.

What to do if your dog eats glass or a glass ornament.

Defrost the half-and-half and pour some in a bowl. Dip cotton balls into the cream and ...

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True or false ~ Are Poinsettias poison?

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FALSE

Poinsettias are not poisonous.

They will cause more than perhaps a mild stomach upset if a part of the plant is eaten. The plant’s taste is very bitter and not very edible at all. So usually, a leaf or two will give the message to a curious dog.

According to Poinsindex, “a 50 pound child would have to ingest 500-600 leaves to exceed experimental doses that found no ...

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