As I write Noel’s Puppy Power, the antics of my own 7-month-old puppy, Little Bear, continue to appear.
When Little Bear was about three months old, he and I visited the Granddoll and Favorite (only) Daughter. He destroyed the carpet in the guest bedroom.
We needed to go to Florida when Little Bear was six months old so I discussed his carsickness problem with the vet. He gave us magic pills. Or, maybe it was the fact we took the motorhome. I don’t care, he didn’t get sick and rode like a champ.
I personally love the weather in East Tennessee. It’s been in the 90’s lately so Bear prefers to spend his days inside with me while I write, face over top the register enjoying the air conditioning. The other day I heard a clunk. Then a clink. Followed by Little Bear’s clanking dog tags…but the sound wasn’t quite right. I found him in the bathroom, pawing at the floor register which was stuck on his dog tags, hanging around his neck like a huge prize.
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