Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Helping Mommy...

...put together all the packages for Paw It Forward. I made sure that every toy and treat met my seal of approval. I really really wanted to play with all the new toys but Mommy said they weren't for me. I hope all my friends enjoy all the fun new toys that we picked. The weather hasn't been over 100 degrees this week. We are all thankful.


  1. We are so happy that your weather is getting ocoler. Ours is gettin' warmer and that is a good thing cuz it has been a cool summer. Sun, no rain and temps in the 70s. Great for spending lots of time in da backyard!

  2. I'm sure all your P-I-F pals will notice your special inspekhtion mark!

    I hope it stays khool fur woo...we are having absowooootely perfekht weather!


  3. Woo Hoo...Looking forward to Teddy smells!!!


  4. Glad the weather is better; hope it stays comfortable for you! Your Pay It Forward recipients will appreciate your care and attention to their packages...isn't it fun to surprise others? I always know the gift is perfect if it is something I want to keep for myself!

  5. Hi, Teddy!
    I am sure your friends will be happy with the presents you chose for them!
    Here is hot again!
    Kisses and hugs

  6. Teddy, Scout, being nine years old, only gets his rabies shot every three years in order to keep him legal in the state of Michigan. However, once he is about 11, I will stop all shots completely feeling that the chemicals will be just too hard on his system in his old age.

    Freyja is 5. I will give her all of her shots until 6-7. Then I will stop the general yearly shots and do only the three year rabies.

    I went to a meeting a few years back hosted by a veterinarain. He told me that by the age of 5-6 the dog has an immunity built up in their system and that more inoculations aren't all that effective but that they are a great money-maker for his practice. He was very honest, don't you think?

    If your mom is unsure after a couple more years (you are just a baby), you could ask your dog-tor to do what they call titers. Those will tell how much immunity to disease you have built up in your system.

    If you have any more questions, just have your mom give me a bark☺