Musical dogs make for great video. Happy Funny Bone Monday, everyone! Stay tuned to the end, where we’ll announce the winner of The Adventures of Coco le Chat, the book (not an affiliate link – I just know you’ll want your own copy if you don’t win)! But first, let’s smile and laugh at some great musical dogs.
I’m finding several kinds of musical dogs. Some have rhythm, like the German Shepherd you just saw, and are laid back about it. Some dance, like the dog you’ll see next.
Some dance a little more vigorously, but I suspect they’re just begging for Jones Natural Chews. When the dance is this good, the treats have gotta be Jones.
Moment of truth – I included the Gangnam Style video because I needed that ear worm for the next WEEK. You’re so welcome. Anyone got a bottle of bleach and some Q-tips? Sheesh. But all of those Chihuahuas need some Jones Natural Chews – no dog needs to be stuck with that ear worm!
That ear worm is almost as good as auto tuning your dog. Seriously. This next guy auto tuned his Husky. WHO DOES THAT?! Actually, it’s quite brilliant, taking musical dogs everywhere to the next level.
But our last video – oh, our last video. PRECIOUS. Just look.
Musical dogs make my heart smile. 🙂
Now! Rafflecopter has chosen a winner for The Adventures of Coco le Chat! That winner, via a tweet (Tweets win, people!), is …
Eileen Bright! Congratulations, Eileen!
Have I given y’all a cancer update lately? I’m done with chemo and radiation (HOORAH!). I’m currently in a holding pattern. Friday I see a surgeon. My surgery will probably be mid-May. I have no idea how long recovery takes, or what it entails. Then I wait a little longer (no idea how long), and start six months of chemo. Kill it dead forever.
The good news? My radiologist says that the muscle wall that the tumor is attached to is nearly back to normal (it was fat and thick with cancer cells in the beginning). The tumor has shrunk considerably and receded from the lymph nodes. The scan she referenced was from the week before treatment ended, and radiation continues to work for awhile after the actual treatment ends. WOOHOO! Good news!
More good news – my butt isn’t sunburned! And the side effects for the chemo truly were mild. I’m feeling more or less back to normal.
The bad news? I can’t hold my chickens or duck until probably after Christmas. *sigh* But maybe next spring I’ll finally achieve my goal and do chicken agility, yes? That would rock. I know that chickens LOVE Jones Natural Chews’ tender chicken taffy, so I’ll use them as rewards while we’re training.
Now go give your dog a Jones Natural Chew and watch it smile. Naturally.
Spreading the good chews …