Archive for October, 2017

All better now!

Just thought to let you all know that we are all better again! Read more…

“It’s a Husky thing”

Did you know that Huskies do not pause when they have to poo?   Read more…

Ed’s coming to our Halloween meet-up!

In a week’s time, will be our October Hyde Park Doodle meet (29th October) and the theme will be Halloween!!!! Read more…

Old man George and Poo Princess

We are two sickies! 🙁 Read more…

A Double Take!

Hoomans like to dress like us sometimes! Read more…

Jake finally saw his daddy.

I have never met Jake but Impostor did. Read more…

How high can you go?

Squirrels, we are comin’ to get you and Fern, the cockapoo is showing us how! Read more…

Love Bug’s sleepover

Awww, it’s love bug again aka Charlie! Read more…

It was a Bloody Mary kind of weekend

And it took us a whole week later to recover from it! LOL!!! Read more…

It was all going swimmingly well …

It was a Me and Mummy day yesterday while George had a Jaffa playdate … Read more…

We have recognition!!!

We made the Top 10 UK Pet Blogs!!! Read more…

A Dog Lover’s Dream

When we were at M Restaurant’s Doggy Event last Saturday (still waiting for photos to share!), we met Natalie Pritchard, the author of A Dog Lover’s Dream. Read more…

“Celebrating all God’s creatures”

Earlier today we went with Stanley and Jaffa to a Pet Blessing service at All Saints Church Read more…

Lucca, you’ll never walk alone

Early last Sunday morning, Mummy woke up to the sound of a text message on her phone.  When she read the message, she looked stunned and then sad.  She turned to face us and told us the news – Lucca’s daddy had gone to sleep forever. 🙁 Read more…

A tramp no more

It’s been such a sad week of news that we think we need to make our readers smile again. Mummy and I have been thinking of how to tell this funny George story without photos to illustrate.  Read more…

Busy, busy, busy … zzzzz!

There were a lot of hoomans to see all last week!  Read more…

It’s a strange thing, this dog’s life

When we were born, we were little blind furry balls, squealing for mother’s milk. We tumbled around not knowing which way was up and which was down.   Read more…