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Khyra and Sometimes Her Mom

Woo need to eskhape Khaliland and khome to PAWSylvania ;-)

Hugz&Khysses,
Khyra

Sherry in MT

For those in Seattle this winter they need all the help they can get. We may have cold but we tend to get quite a bit of sunshine even if it is 20 below. That is why I like it here....last winter, lots of gray days and boy you could tell it in the critters and humans.

Kolchak, Felix & Jodi

Felix and I have one of those fake sun lamps. I bought it for myself, but he always forces his little body into the light stream, so I share <3

Jen

Oh how neat, I didn't know they made them for dogs! About the same price, though, wow.

geogia little pea

Much cheaper LOL. Though it would be better if you could dig your toes in the sand and smell the flowers as well :)

Georgia is definitely a sun seeker. She sunbathes so much, sometimes panting away but still refusing to budge, I think she's a candidate for melanoma.

I'd best wish you a happy new year now in case I don't get a chance tomorrow. Thank you for your funny, informative posts that keep me in touch with stuff happening in the animal world! See you next year! X

Jen @MyBrownNewfies

I can say with most certainly that my dogs do not suffer from SAD in the winter, maybe in the summer when it's too hot for them to do anything:)

Linda

I have that...my dogs have that and my chickens...I so understand.

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

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yellowdoggranny

I remember living in Portland, Oregon and thinking doesn't the sun ever shine here?
I don't know how they do it.

jansfunnyfarm

Sounds like a nice thing to have around the house.

Happy New Year!

Jodi

A monthly prescription adds up too, the box would be a one time investment. Although I suppose after a time it would need to be replaced. :-)

I wondered if animals could get SAD. Thanks for clearing that up!!

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