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Old 01-01-2013, 05:28 PM   #11 (permalink)
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[QUOTE Her purse-dog

Being obtuse is it a small dog that she carries in a bag, as some sort of fashion accessory?
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[QUOTE Her purse-dog

Being obtuse is it a small dog that she carries in a bag, as some sort of fashion accessory?
Yes: it's a chihuahua :-)
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I just read in one of those checkout mags-maybe "Woman's World" 10 other ways to use lip balm. Guess what one way was? Rub lip balm on your dogs pads before venturing out in snow/ice. Makes more sense than antibacterial hand gel! However I can barely keep myself in lip balm much less using it on dog's feet! I personally think those antibacterial gels are a moneymaking scheme although I will use it if I'm where good ole soap & water aren't available.
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Yes: it's a chihuahua :-)
Enough said !
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A Fashion Accessory! UGH! I hate the thought!

Then again, can ANY of you imagine carrying around your basset in a purse?? More like towing them in a big red wagon!

I did, however, at one time have an issue with Sophie getting dry, cracked pads and I used "bag balm" (for cows udders, also great for human dry skin) and it worked wonders for both of us. In a pinch before I could get the balm I used aloe (like for sunburns) and it did the trick for the short term. Something with alcohol and so drying.. no way.
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