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Edie, I just love reading your stories. I could understand everything you were says as the owner of a 12 pound dog. She can be a bad girl ALOT of the time (not wetting though) and how often i have had a little talk with her, she looks at me with those big black eyes and she knows all is well in her world….
If you tortue adorable, little Harriet with anymore of those kinds of stories and she tells me about it, I will personally contact the Dept of Doggie and Family Services and have you investigated! Any time she has an accident like she did remember that she might have a bladder infection, a bladder stone, have drunk too much water too late in the evening, or forgot to go when she went outside because she was busy trying to figure out where the howling coyote was! (My fur baby had 43 kidney stones during his life….no fun at all nor were his 2 major and expensive surgeries to remedy this!)
Kiss the girl and hush!
After reading one of your stories, I take on a similar pose as Harriet. I rest my chin in my hand and sigh…such delightful reading! I have no dog advice, but I could give you my suggestions on housebreaking a goat. It would be a small exchange for the grand pleasure your writing has given me! Thank you!
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