May have been quicker to draw a steak.
Either way I am fitting into my summer clothes :-D
Five days of stomach flu works wonders. I have hit my summer goal weight.
Our Bogart barks at birds….and low flying aircraft.
Our airspace is secure…
I have been snowbirding now for five years and I am 58.
I will say, it is quite fun being the “young hottie” in the neighborhood after so many decades! ;-D
It is 6:30 am now here but the dogs started singing with the coyotes about 4:30 AM. Elvis made me spit coffee this morning.
Thanks for the giggle, Elvis and Georgia! :-D
I used to own and ride young Thoroughbreds. They may have been smarter than me ;-)
Almost as good as “Thank you”
Purrs boops and head bumps to youuuuuuu xoxo
Okay, here is the skinny on getting skunk smell out of a dog from someone who has done it several times (farm girl, farm dogs).
Rule #1 – DO NOT GET THE DOG WET.
If you wet the dog before putting your choice of skunk remover on, it will not work.
On one of our girls, we made the mistake of showering her first and every time it rained, she stunk. The stench will never come out no matter how many showers or baths they have, or which stink removal recipe you use. Put your stink remover (the peroxide one works pretty well, look it up, but the market ones in the pet store arent bad) directly on your DRY pet.
Rule#2 – See rule #1
Take it from there..