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February 4, 2015

A Day in the Life of Annie-Dog









18 comments:

  1. She really loves those snow days, doesn't she? Beautiful pics.

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    1. Yes, she most certainly does, Kay. Much more so than spring thunderstorms and the heat of our summers. She should live in the Colorado mountains.

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  2. Sweet girl... she looks happy in the snow!

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    1. Winter is probably her most favorite season, JoAnn. She loves the cool temps and loves to frolic in the snow. And, yes. She's the sweetest.

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  3. Life is grand for Annie the dog! Our dog always hated the snow.

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    1. It most certainly is, Kathy. This is one happy (and very spoiled) dog. She loves winter and the snow.

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  4. She is just the cutest. She looks far less bothered by the snow than I would be. :)

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    1. Andi, she is pretty darned cute, isn't she? She was talking up a storm to Rod tonight. Cracks us both up! One of these days, I need to get it on video. She's hilarious.

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  5. My dog's not a big fan of the snow, but Annie looks like she's living the good life! Beautiful pictures!

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    1. Megan, Annie-dog adores the snow. I think the only time she isn't a fan is when it's super wet and sticky and she has to keep stopping to clean out her pads. Thanks for stopping by!

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  6. This made me smile BIG!!!! :)

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    1. Trish, she always makes me smile. As I mentioned in another comment, Annie was talking up a storm tonight. She cracks me up when she tries to communicate with us. Gotta get it on video!

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  7. Love it! I was excited about snow just because Mackie is a puppy and puppies are fun in the snow. :)

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    1. Kailana, I love the snow when it falls and when it looks pretty and fresh. I'm over it now. ;)

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  8. Looks like your Annie is a winter dog through and through!

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    1. Lisa, she is definitely a winter dog. She needs to live in the CO mountains where she can frolic year-round!

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  9. Oh, Annie dog! She's my kind of girl; a Snow Girl!

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    1. Yep, you two are kindred spirits. ;)

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