Upset tummy

Yesterday I had a really upset tummy and I was feeling a bit sorry for myself. Usually I have a ‘cast iron’ stomach so mummy and daddy were a bit surprised and have been trying to figure out what could’ve caused it. My tummy was wriggling around all over the place when mummy and daddy were at work. For the first time since I was a pup I got a bit desperate and had to ‘go’ in the kitchen. I felt really bad about it but couldn’t stop myself. When daddy got home he wasn’t mad cos he could see it I hadn’t been feeling well and we had lots of cuddles which made me feel a bit better.

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At first I wasn’t even interested in dinner (which meant I was really feeling ill!) but when mummy and daddy had theirs I perked up and decided to eat mine afterall.

Hopefully by the morning I’ll be back to normal. I think a good rest and lots of bellyrubs will do me the world of good.

I’m really behind visiting you all, but once I feel like myself again I’ll be round to say hello.


But I want to play with the peacock!

Yep meanie mummy strikes again, she wouldn’t let me play with the peacock I met in the park. And I really really wanted to!

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I’ll just sit here till you change your mind. I promise I won’t try to eat you.

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Noooo don’t go!

 

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Mummy you are so mean! That peacock and I could’ve been best friends!

Did you met a peacock today?

 


BerryClever

I was recently introduced to a new website called BerryClever. Being a dog with a big nose, I thought I’d take a look:-)

BerryClever is a recommendation site for pet owners. The idea being that you review products you’ve used and those reviews can be seen by other users. So, for example, if you are thinking about buying a Kong product you can look it up on their site and see what other people think. Or alternately if you’ve bought a product you particularly loved (or hated for that matter) you can contribute to the ever-growing knowledge source. Gradually you build up your own profile and in turn you can follow people and create lists. There is also a link to purchase products from Amazon.

The site has a slight Pinterest feel to it, but obviously more focused on pet products. And for those of you with children there is a sister site for babies too!

Here’s a couple of screenshots from the site and you can see a few comments that I’ve made:-)

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They are continually adding new products and looking for new ideas and suggestions. There are also some promotional competitions taking place such as the chance to win £50 if you leave 5 or more tips on the site. I hope some of you will take a look and join in, it’s ‘berry clever:-)’


WW: Morning gossip

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Review: Moist Meaty Chunks

Recently the lovely Dalton over at Wagg Dog Food asked if I’d like to review his new Moist Meaty Chunk dog food and I said yes please!

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This new range from Wagg has a soft chewy texture which is scrumptious. I tried the beef flavour but it’s also available in chicken. Great things about this new food include:

No Artifical Colours or Flavours – they use colours from a mineral source found in nature and don’t add artificial flavours to any of their foods.

Joint Support – With Yucca extract, an anti-inflammatory known to help support healthy joints.

Digestive Support – Added prebiotic (mannan oligosaccharide) to help support a healthy digestion.

Immune System Support – Enriched with Vitamins A, E and C to help maintain a healthy immune system.

Mooist Meaty Chunks –   Chewy Chunks full of protein help to support muscle growth and repair.

Healthy Skin and Shiny Coat – Balanced levels of omega 6 and 3 fatty acids together with chelated zinc help to promote a healthy supple skin and shiny coat.

And most of all it tastes great!

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I really loved these moist chunks but I did notice it turned my … err … ‘business’ to a red/brown colour which was a bit disconcerting at first. But otherwise no adverse affects. If you live in the UK I hope you’ll get a chance to try them.

Wagg provided me with one bag of dog food for review, but did not otherwise compensate me for this post. The views and opinions expressed in this post and on this blog are entirely my own.


Woof like a pirate day!

Ahoy there ye scurvy scallywags! Misaki Slobber-chops is me name and pirating is me game! Arrrr!

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Drink up me hearties, yo ho!!

What’s your pirate name? if you don’t have one already, you can generate one here

Happy pillaging and plundering on pirate day!


WW: Feather on my nose

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You might think it’s odd that I’m on the lead in the garden. This was taken at my uncle Andrew’s new house and he has a hole in his fence, hence the lead.
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Squiggle invasion!

This weekend we went to visit my uncle Andrew and auntie Harriet who have moved south of the river. We went for a nice walk in a nearby park and it was teaming with squiggles, seriously I think it’s an invasion! There were hardly any doggies patrolling the area and these squiggles were running amok.

I did my best to chase them off, but there were far too many for me alone.

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I urge all my friends who live that way to be on your guard. I suspect they are organised and motivated.

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Did you see any squiggles today? If so, I hope you gave chase!


Eerie morning light

The other morning my park looked like this:

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How eerie does that look!

 Can you see me among the grass and mist? Look close.

 Did you see me? Well here I am. I think I blend in pretty well.

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 Have a good Friday everyone!


Happy 2: Dog Days

I was recently contacted by Canines for Service and asked to share the below video to raise awareness. Hope you enjoy it and feel free to share too:

More info about the video: The brainchild of two local photographers/videographers, “Happy2” includes guest appearances by actors Britt Robertson and Scott Eastwood — the son of Clint Eastwood — and aims to support Canines for Service, an organization committed to providing service dogs for people with disabilities.
For nearly 20 years, Canines for Service has helped people with disabilities live with greater independence. The organization helps select and train dogs for service. The director and producer of the video wanted to highlight the contributions the nonprofit organization makes and the powerful work that they do (http://www.caninesforservice.org/).

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