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March 01, 2010


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I will have to start using this myself, by the way, I just ordered the book off amazon...look forward to reading it.

  Randall Johnson

What a great idea! This time last year, my household included four dogs and having a group name would have simplified things. Sadly, as the year progressed, three of them died: two of them were hit-and-run victims and a third passed away while being treated for cancer. Now I just have one dog and a cat who adopted us a couple of months ago. But if I ever get back to having a multiple-dog household, I'll put the group name idea into practice.


This is a nice read! Thanks! I'll share this to my sister because she has 5 dogs in her household :)

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