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January 18, 2017

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Susan Hemann

what a hoot!

Tiffstitch

That is awesome, and we used to be able to find Three Dog Bakery treats around here, I always bought them because our dogs loved them!

Betty

You make me a happy happy girl with your postings! Is always fun to read and learn about the adventures of our four legged children and their antics. Enjoy the snow/ice day

Robin in Virginia

Martha looks thrilled with Luigi. We don't speak the 'r' (ride) word in front of Max. Otherwise, it trips a trigger like toy does for Martha. Be safe if you have to go out!

Vicki

What a cute toy! We can't say "chew stick" around our dogs. If we forget and say "hey, we need to buy chew sticks" they run to the laundry room door and sit there waiting for that magical item to appear!

Penny Houser

Love this story and your blog. I really do enjoy reading it!!!☺☺☺

Rita Ogden

Oh Martha!!

Desiree House

Love little Luigi!

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