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Dog Poetry: When I See You

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Dog Poetry: When I See You

When I See You When I see you head for the kitchen I know it's time for my dinner WHen I see you walk to the yard I know it's time for us to play When I see you go to the car I know it's time for a drive When I see you turn on the TV I know it's time for my head on your lap And when I see you climb into bed I know it's time for my walk  From "I Could Chew on This and Other Poems by Dogs" by Francesco Marciuliano

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Bones Unboxing: Happy Living

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Bones Unboxing: Happy Living

Recently we sent Kevin and Jen Fox, the couple behind the Happy Living Youtube channel, some Barley Bones Craft Treats.  They have two adorable dogs, Douglas and Buddy,  and they are a super cool couple that do kinds of fun stuff around the Central Florida area and video it to share with the world.  Check out their unboxing video!  Even though there's no video of a taste test due to some feeling under the weather pups, Jen snapped an adorable photo of Douglas enjoying his Peanut Mutter Bones!     

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Dog Poetry: Sympathy

Dog Poetry: Sympathy

Sympathy I'm not expecting  Any sympathy I'm not asking  For any pity I'm not seeking Any condolences I'm not hoping  For any sorrow But that giant roast You were going to have for your party Before I just ate it Still isn't sitting right in my belly So maybe I am expecting  A small sense of gratitude For saving you from this pain   From "I Could Chew on This and Other Poems by Dogs" by Francesco Marciuliano

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Congrats to Nooga Paws!

Congrats to Nooga Paws!

We just wanted to say CONGRATS to our friends at Nooga Paws! They are having their grand reopening today and we're excited to see their expanded space and the training and grooming opportunities they are bringing to the pups of Chattanooga!

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Dog Poetry: The Naming

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Dog Poetry: The Naming

 The Naming Give me something strong Give me something powerful Give me something noble  Give me something memorable Give me something To carry through all my years With back straight and chin held high But then you ask your three year old daughter "Why don't you name the new puppy?" And I'm so screwed that I could cry   From "I Could Chew on This and Other Poems by Dogs" by Francesco Marciuliano

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