Shilo s first year 002  2 MY DOG IS MY CO PILOT

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Recent Comments

  1. about 14 hours ago on Ripley's Believe It or Not

    My brother is a professional chef and my Grandma could out could out cook and out bake him easily. Her meals and cakes were AMAZING.

  2. about 15 hours ago on Back to B.C.

    Little did he realise he was at the beginning of the most exciting vibrant and wonderful decades of all time and that was just for the music. The 60’s was a brilliant decade I just wish I had lived through it but my parents enjoyed it.

  3. 5 days ago on Baldo

    When my parents had steak I had to have chicken because they told me that I wouldn’t like it. This happened a few times and then one time while I was at a friend’s house I had steak with them for dinner and I really enjoyed it. They were surprised that I had never had it before (at this stage I was 16) so I told them what my parents had always said. Their response was “How could you know if you don’t try”. Going home I felt really cheated by them as I recalled that they had used that excuse for a lot of things like “you can’t go to the circus or fairground because you wouldn’t like it.”, among other things. When I got home I told them I had steak and that I really enjoyed it. When they asked if I had told them I didn’t like it I said I didn’t tell them as I wanted to try it. I told them that it was my first trying it and when they asked why I said "well Mum and Dad often have it but when they do I just have chicken because they only buy expensive things for themselves. " They were about to punish me for that but when I pointed out true it actually was they relented . We did have steak after that. Less frequently but when we did I had some too. And I went on my first fairground ride soon after.

  4. 9 days ago on Birdbrains

    Is this a lost scene from Macbeth?

  5. 9 days ago on Baldo

    A friend of mine’s daughter started that a few years ago. Now she talks in emojis.

  6. 10 days ago on Bushy Tales

    Hope everything goes well for you and that soon all will be well. We’ll be here waiting for you safe and much welcomed return. Take care and God Bless. ☺♥♥♥♥♥♥☺

  7. 13 days ago on Wizard of Id

    My dog Shilo absolutely loves going to the vet’s. When we go there he gets so happy and excited and can’t wait to see everyone. The reason being is right from when he was a 6 week old puppy we took him to get his shots and everyone there was just so kind, loving and friendly towards him. He sees everyone there as his friends who are there to look after him and play with him. Everytime we go to the vets to get his food or his worming and flea medication he comes with us so when he has to go for his shots or just a check up or even if he needs medical attention he is not scared as he more associates the vets as a nice place to go and not just a place where he gets pushed add prodded by someone.And the vets love seeing him too and they encouraged bringing him into see them especially when he’s healthy as it positively helps him associate the vets with fun and friendship so he would build up a great deal of trust with the vet and he would see him as a friend which is wonderful and much needed for any medical attention he might need. It’s a good idea to do this with a young pet for their sake as if they were really sick or injured, being scared would just make the appointment worse for them and harder for the vet and owner, but if the pet was familiar and had already a good relationship with the vet the appointment would be much better all round for everyone. And there is not a vet in the world who would not love to see his patients even when they’re healthy and to have the chance to make friends with them . They are all animal lovers after all , if they weren’t they would be doing a different job.

  8. 14 days ago on Break of Day

    The song you’re talking about is – Johnny’s Cash and Charley’s Pride by Mac Wiseman . Enjoy it here, it’s a great and very clever song. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_QIJ1tFMTmA

  9. 16 days ago on Peanuts Begins

    If You’re Looking for a Way Out by Odessy. Saddest break up song ever. Listen and weep. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j1zZm-UO2RI

  10. 16 days ago on Brain Squirts

    And also someone and or something believe in.