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I should try that with Dexter.


Good for her! She hit the big time and wasn't even trying!



I met her last year at BlogPaws and she deserves all the great things that have happened to her! I love it when good things happen to nice people.


Wow, now that's how to take a little idea and turn it into something. Good for her. All the PC around 'shaming' is silly...it's all meant in fun!


What an incredible story. All it takes is one good idea and a little spark!

Donna O.

That is just awesome. :-)
I hope she bought that pup as many undies as he can shred.

Dennis the Vizsla

hello jan its dennis the vizsla dog hay see??? git rich kwik skeems reely do wurk!!! espeshly wen they ar not skeems i gess!!! ha ha ok bye


Good for her. Wish I'd thought of it. Our German Shepherd Dax, who has since passed, used to have a taste for hardcover Harry Potter books. No matter where my daughter hid them, she'd eventually sink her teeth into them.


I had dinner with Pascale at BlogPaws last May, I'm so happy for her!!

Ruckus the Eskie

OMG hahaha I lol'ed. Too funny.

Ruckus the Eskie

And also..take a bite out of crime? hahah

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