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6 Responses to “Footwear”

  1. Wose-The Small and Meek
    8:57 am on September 19th, 2022


    Hooch I love how you style your Crocs!

    RIO! If Jackson Pollock could gain fame by splattering paint on a canvass, step in paint and ask your Friend to put paper down so you can leave your pug paw prints all over it. I would love to own a RIO! original! Heh! :^)

    Good day to all!

  2. B. Stover
    10:25 am on September 19th, 2022

    Way to go Hooch.

    Good day to all.

  3. Herd of Hounds
    10:31 am on September 19th, 2022

    Hooch crocs, who woulda thuc

  4. mlaiuppa
    3:42 pm on September 19th, 2022

    I totally get it. While Diana pawPrints doesn’t wear crocs and isn’t obsessed with wearing her footwear, she does have a set of HotDoggers that she wears for scentwork. She is fussy about floor surfaces, so in order to neutralize that she has been introduced to footwear that allows her to walk on any surface without anxiety. Since we never know what floors we will encounter, when she goes to trials, she wears her booties. Haven’t gone since Covid as there haven’t been any. Now they’re starting but she doesn’t have her NW1 yet and she doesn’t qualify for most of the trails starting up or they are too far away.

    I haven’t even started introducing Freyja to nosework, in case it is something she might like to do.

    Today is Talk Like a Pirate Day. Also Meow Like a Pirate. So Arrgggh me maties and shiver me timbers.

  5. Wose-The Small and Meek
    6:53 pm on September 19th, 2022
  6. mlaiuppa
    2:48 am on September 20th, 2022

    Wose: I read a similar story from Australia or New Zealand that I want to duplicate. It was for a “Stick Library” at a dog park. A man made it in memory of the family dog. A simple box filled with sticks and a sign that said “Stick Library: Take a stick and return a stick.”

    I am very familiar with the Little Free Libraries and that Dog Library is a wonderful idea and so well made. I love that there is a little water bowl and poopy bags for those walking by, a large overhang to protect the leashes and inside treats and tennis balls. It also offers a place for people to leave no longer needed bowls and such for those just starting out with a new companion.

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