Puppy Truths

These are the irrefutable truths of puppies in the rainy season.
1. Mud and poo are indistinguishable.

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2. The dirtier the puppy, the more aerodynamic.

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3. Clean is fleeting.

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4. Towels are not for bathing; they are for playing.

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5. Puppy adorableness always trumps puppy stinkiness

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6. Pockets are for picking.

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7. Resistance is futile.

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8. And saying goodbye is so very hard to do.

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Happy life, Cici! See you at the Reunion Picnic in May!

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Ogee

I am a nascent gardener, rescuer, and photographer, chronicling the journey of the dogs at Homeward Bound Golden Retriever Rescue and Sanctuary near Sacramento, CA - and the Memorial Garden we have devoted to them.

19 thoughts on “Puppy Truths”

  1. Too much fun!! Your puppies trump my kittens right now, but give me a few months and I’ll be back with kitten truths.

  2. The look of terror? disgust? puppy overload? in the eyes of the adult dog in photo #8 are just too much! 😀 I’m dyin’ here! Poor pooch! LOL!

    1. That “poor pooch” is an 11-month old that we had to take out of the puppy yard because she was terrorizing the others! Overload is right. 🙂

  3. The best post of the year in the whole blogosphere so far.Unbeatable! ❤ ❤ ❤
    Thank you brigthening up our day with the cutest puppies there ever was.

  4. Love, Love, Love!!! Every time I see a picture of a Golden puppy my heart expands til it feels like it will explode! But until Shadow joins her sister at the Rainbow Bridge, there’s no way I could deal with a puppy in the house. And I’m not even sure I could handle a youngster then….getting too old and impatient to have another puppy.

  5. So much fun!! I love the look on Sassy’s face, “you’re telling me it’s coming home with us?” She will raise that puppy right!

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