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Happy Birdie Day!

Today is Birdie’s Gotcha Day aka the day we adopted her.

Because we don’t know her exact date of birth, we celebrate her birthday on March 2nd (many excellent dogs were born on March 2nd, in particular, the fabulous Ms. Lola of the Lola Bean in Philadelphia. Happy Birthday Lola!).

And that means today is Birdie’s 10th birthday! Since we think Birdie Dog is the bees knees and love her to pieces, we always get her a special treat on Birdie Day.

To celebrate she’s doing this right now:

Birdie and Boogie are big fans of the Everlasting Treat line of toys. Some of you have told me your dogs are able to get through these in minutes, but they keep my two buzzards busy for a while.

Boogie, not to be left out of the Gotcha Day fun, is also doing this right now (it’s real loud and slurpy at my house at the moment):

Birdie is already exhausted. It’s not easy being a senior citizen taking on a fireman’s challenge:

Happy Birdie Day Everyone!!

  1. Happy Birdie Day! (Around here we call Dec. 27 the Brewster-versary. And I guess now Feb 24 will be Bertie-versary.)

    All our best tummy scratches to you!

    March 2, 2012
    • Ooh. I like Bertie-versary. It makes me feel like I should send her linens or silver candlesticks – something fancy pants to celebrate such a big day!

      March 2, 2012
  2. Happy Birthday! I just nominated you for a Versatile Blogger award, Congratulations!
    Here’s the link

    March 3, 2012
    • Thank you! I’m honored to be included among those yummy food blogs!!

      March 5, 2012
      • Well I’ve learned alot through your blog and I just loved the letters to DINOS that you posted. They were so heartfelt. I have a DINOS and she tests my patience sometimes but I love her.

        March 5, 2012
  3. What a great idea — “Gotcha Day.” I will never forget the day in August 2006 that my little Scooby got me.

    March 4, 2012

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