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Biting satire ’cause, you know, dogs bite!

Read it on our litter-mate blog, Sleeping between Giants: Life, if you could call it that, with a terrier.

Oh, and there’s more there, so spend the afternoon. We’ll cover for you.

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What’s a healthy food choice for dogs? Roscoe the Beagle doesn’t care.

Advice columnist Budleigh, a licensed terrier, shares his views on what humans think and what their dogs do.

Sorry we said “dog do”.

Read our litter-mate blog, Sleeping between Giants: Life, if you could call it that, with a terrier.

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Who will watch the watch dogs?

The latest cartoon from Sleeping between Giants, our litter-mate blog.

Funny? Always. Political? Often. Neutered? Grudgingly.

Read and enjoy. Then leave.

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Cautious to avoid red tape and complicated forms, prospective pet owners often steer clear of adopting shelter dogs.

However, the process is no more difficult than purchasing a pair of last season’s jeans that, without your intervention, would have been euthanized.

Read more at our litter-mate blog, Sleeping between Giants.

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When dogs get bumped…

Check out our latest cartoon, United, we sit!

Read our litter-mate blog, Sleeping Between Giants, to learn what goes on in the minds of dogs.

If anything.

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Budleigh gets the news. And it ain’t good…

Paper training

Like to laugh at dogs? Ever wonder if they’re laughing at you, too?

Read our litter-mate blog, Sleeping Between Giants, to learn what goes on in the minds of dogs.

If anything.

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“Dear Budleigh,

“Daisy, my labradoodle, has a skin rash and she has to take pills. She really hates that and tries to spit them out. Also, she tries to hide under things that are way too small for her, like an antique end table.

“I don’t want her to be so anxious. Could you, maybe, talk to her?”

Read Budleigh’s advice at Ask a Terrier on our litter-mate blog, Sleeping between Giants: Life, if you could call it that, with a terrier.

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