Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Christmas gift list

Hi. Sorry for the delay. Was waiting to hear from a couple doggies and Mom has been working crazy hours. Here's the list. You should be able to click on your partners name and it will go straight to their blog so that you can make contact.

Lady Shasta has Rosy
Miss Maizie has Abby
Hailey has Arty
Zaphod has Jakey
Abby has Miss Maizie
Arty has Ruby
Jakey has Lady Shasta
Rosy has Hailey
Ruby has Zaphod
P.S. For Rosy, and Ruby...they are having a Postage strike in Canada so you may have to do Amazon to insure delivery. Thanks.

Kinley westie group has Ryder, Kori and Scarlet
Millie and Walter has Winter, Sophie
Ryder, Kori and Scarlet has Millie and Walter
Winter and Sophie has Kinley Westie group



  1. Wahoo!!

    Thanks for the heads up on the Canada postage situation!

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  2. OMD, this is pawfect! Thanks bunches!!! Yeah, thanks for the info on the Canadian postal situation!
    Ruby ♥

  3. we hope the postal strike will not last till christmas... that would be bad for the canadian fur friends...

  4. Happy Thanksgiving! Long time, no talk to...sorry about that!

  5. We hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving. Now that you have your Christmas list for each other all ready. We can't wait to see all the great gifts you all get. Thanks for sharing. Have a wonderful day.
    World of Animals