Monday, June 01, 2009


Actually, I have no idea what they really think, but their love is undeniable...
and I know that they know that I absolutely love them, as well.

11 comments:

Hammer said...

I've got that saying on a refigerator magnet.

Orhan Kahn said...

Your dogs are pretty much the first thing you see when this page loads. Everyone knows the love you have for them lucky bastards!

skinnylittlesister said...

Hammer...Lol, it's a great quote. And if I could have some of the finer qualities of my dogs, as my own, I'd be a much better person.

Orhan...Hahaha, I do LoVe them and they so love to be loved and I love that! It's a totally win/win relationship with them. If all my relations were this healthy...

Orhan Kahn said...

Amen, sister :)

Mel said...

Oh, if people would only treat others as they do treat their puppies.....
k.....in some cases that would be not so good, huh?

I keep tellin' himself, when I refuse to eat the meats he shoves in my direction, "if we had a puppy HE'D take care of the problem".....one of these days I'm gonna come home to a puppy--I can just feel it comin'....LOL

skinnylittlesister said...

Mels...yes, hahaha, and if some folks would behave more like their pets...
btw, i seem to recall months ago I posted in the comments a link to allergen/dander-free dogs (none are really 100% free)Did you ever get that and check it out? Seem to recall himself has allergies...

Mel said...

Hmmmmmmm.......

Nope. Didn't get it.
If I did, we'd probably have a use for all those left overs. LOL

skinnylittlesister said...

OK...a copy and paste from the AKC...
:) Puppies for Mel and Himself Below!!!

The American Kennel Club (AKC ®), largest registry of purebred dogs in the world, developed a list of breeds they believe are associated with less dander. They include:

Bedlington Terrier. With the look of a lamb, this terrier is a wonderful companion. Most often seen with a blue haircoat, this breed sheds little, resulting in less dander and easier breathing for the allergy sufferer.

Bichon Frise. The bichon is not only a great lapdog, but the curly-coated white breed produces little dander, making the dog a wonderful companion for people with allergies. To keep him looking great, the bichon needs periodic trips to the groomer.

Chinese Crested. This breed is slowly gaining popularity. Not completely bald, the Chinese crested has some puffs of hair on the head and may have a very spotted skin. Despite his weird appearance, the Chinese crested is a great family pet.

Irish Water Spaniel. Even though he may look like the clown of the spaniel family, the Irish water spaniel is the tallest spaniel and a great water dog. The coat of the Irish water spaniel is his most distinguishing characteristic.

Kerry Blue Terrier. The hair coat of the Kerry blue is silky soft and dense. The coat can be curly or wavy but should not be wiry or harsh. The Kerry blue does require frequent grooming

Maltese. As the name suggests, the small Maltese originated on the island of Malta, in the Mediterranean. This diminutive breed looks fragile but is quite resilient. The long flowing white coat needs daily care but sheds little and produces small amounts of dander.

Poodle. The standard, miniature and toy poodle make excellent pets. These dogs crave human companionship and, for the allergy sufferer, produce little dander. The breed does require attentive grooming to keep his coat in tip-top shape.

Portuguese Water Dog. Bred to help the fishermen of Portugal, this breed is as happy on land as he is in the water. Another dog that produces little dander and doesn't shed much, the Portuguese water dog is a faithful and active companion.

Schnauzer. (Miniature, Standard or Giant) The most common coat color is salt and pepper but black is also available. In order to keep their coat clean and tangle free, frequent grooming and clipping is necessary.

Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier. A medium sized terrier, the wheaten seems to love life and human companionship. The color is any shade of wheaten. The soft coated wheaten has a soft wavy hair coat in any shade of wheaten.

Xoloitzcuintli or Mexican Hairless. Comes in 3 sizes and in two varieties: hairless and coated. The colors are: black, bronze and grey.

Mel said...

:-)

I'm gonna sneak this into himself's computery thingy so when he logs on it pops up on his 'sticky notes'.

Hahahahaha...a conspiracy of the puppy kind!

This could work, yaknow....

Mel said...

Oh nonono...gonna take that hairless puppy off the list.

LOL He's kinda scary lookin'.....

skinnylittlesister said...

Lol, Mel!!!
Actually mutts are quite nice. With the fashionability of mutt-a-poo's (notice poodles are on the list)there are a lot more dogs now that are low dander and therefore, less likely to cause allergic reactions. This list is just on AKC doggies. The world of doggie love is much, much bigger than this. There is one waiting for you and himself.