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Hey ladies I saw this in the Express , under "Baggage Check"and I had to laugh because I DO all this stuff for my dog!!!! :wave: :wink: :D

My sister-in-law treats her dog like it’s truly a member of the family.
She celebrates it’s birthday, signs it’s name on cards, dresses it up for Halloween and sends pictures , etc.
She’s nice and all , but honestly, is this normal?- NOT A DOG PERSON, D.C.

Andrea Bonior: Are organic doggie desserts normal? What about doggie daycare?
One person’s ideas of necessary pet care might make another person get out the net- for both the dog and the owner. But to your sister -in-law, the dog really is part of her family.
As long as she doesn’t put it on her mortgage or register it for wedding china, it’s much better to be a loving pet owner than a neglectful one.
 

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Cooper said:
<kicking Cooper>

I don't do any of that stuff. <looking around, innocently>

<kicking him again, just for fun>
Liar, liar, pants on fire! :laughing6:

There was a thread here about a woman who actually took her chi horseback riding. Very recently, like just the other day. Hmmm, now who could that have been? :?
 

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I so agree Rachael. They are not apart but the whole nine yards of my family. I mean if you think about it and what other people do for their families, its exactly what I do for my chis and my other dogs. I go without so that they can have, all of them, including hubby and son. Oops didn't want to leave them out.
 
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