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Hi, everyone! Taffy the White Doggie here!
Mommy decided to let me take over the blog for today, since she’s been pretty busy. Actually, we’ve ALL been pretty busy around the house lately. The reason? I have two new baby sisters!
Well, they’re getting kinda big now. But not too big. Seems like they’re growing fast, though. I’m starting to wonder if I’m gonna get chased here pretty soon. Yeah, probably. But for now, I’ve been trying to help where I can.
Our Taffy is not a huge fan of the 4th of July holiday. Or New Year’s Eve, for that matter. Why?
Fireworks. Her HATES them.
This is Taffy LAST 4th of July. Wedged between my feet and the kitchen cabinet. Terrified of all the loud noises. Hoping and praying I wasn’t planning on leaving her.
Did you know that more dogs run away on the 4th of July than any other day of the year? Some run away during parties or festivals, while others bolt at the sound of fireworks.
To make this holiday as happy and safe as possible for YOUR pooch, here are 7 safe ways to celebrate the 4th of July with your dog!
Happy Memorial Day Weekend, all! No, I normally don’t post over the weekend, but this post is a special one!
Now, let me clarify: I DO know the difference between Memorial Day and Veteran’s Day, never fear. (Just in case any of YOU don’t, Memorial Day is the day when we honor those who have fallen while serving our country. Veteran’s Day is the day when we honor those who have served our country, and are still among us.) While this IS Memorial Day Weekend, what I’m about to tell you about is closely related – and a great cause to get involved in!
Of what do I speak?
America’s VetDogs® is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization that serves the needs of disabled veterans from all eras who have honorably served our country.
Today is Day 3 of the series: The Tastiest Thanksgiving Ever! Are ya having fun yet?!
So far we’ve had four awesome recipes:
And today we have recipes for Biscuits and Rice Krispy Turkey Treats, from the lovely Kristy at Kristy in the Kitchen, and Rebekah at Surviving Toddlerhood. If there are two very hard things to do at Thanksgiving, it’s make those perfect biscuits, and keep the kids happy! We’ve got you covered!