Party Animals

Penny got to have an extra treat for her birthday.  Turns out the folks of her best friend Roxy the Vizsla were going away and so we got to dog-sit.  So of course that meant that there had to be a birthday party – complete with treats and hats and lots of playing.

Someone was quite the birthday princess.

And it must have been a heck of a party, because by the end of the night I had a strange dog in my lap.

Of course, the following day, the gal-pals were a little tuckered out and did what all SoCal girls do when they’ve partied a little too much – they laid back and soaked up the sun.

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23 thoughts on “Party Animals

  1. OMG, caught with the wrong bitch in your lap!!! With photographic evidence to boot. Luckily Penny is not the jealous type. :POh, this entry just brought such a smile to my face. Thank you so much for warming my evening! HB, Penny!!

  2. What a happy occasion! Give Penny a belated birthday hug from a fellow pet lover. I've got my new canine companion search narrowed down to two wonderful rescue girls. One is a lovely white toy poodle and the other is a personality plus caramel colored doxie-basset. Decisions, decisions!

  3. Fantastic. By the way, I have been meaning to catch up on your posts but oddly enough got here by way of the [Life is Good] page, where you're currently featured (congrats).

  4. Fantastic. By the way, I have been meaning to catch up on your posts but oddly enough got here by way of the [Life is Good] page, where you're currently featured (congrats).

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