32 thoughts on “Lessons from Lexi

      1. Mee went to tip thee bowl with thee gross Chick-hen inn it an mee got LadyMum *stink eye*…
        Mee mee-yowed Lady Lexi doggie doess this an LadyMum broke out laffin! Whew mee all most gotted inn to trubble butt you saved thee day an mee got sum nice beef chunks inn stead Lexi! πŸ˜‰
        **Hi-5’sss** P SH =^,.^=

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  1. That does seem like a perfect solution. I have never met a bowl of food or a treat that I didn’t like, so I will probably never need to use it. Mom could fill my bowl with stones and I would lick it clean.

    Love and licks,
    Cupcake

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  2. Bilbo also wanted to let you know that spreading it evenly all over the room (so your human steps on it and goes OUCH) is also a good option!!
    Smileys!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

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    1. Hmm, as long as it didn’t get your paws so messy that your peeps want to give you a bath. You have to think about these things. You could drop a toy in, like a meese, by way of saying, “This is only fit for meese.”

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      1. I love celery, and my dry kibble meals always have water added to them. I am not too excited about dry kibble as a training treat but then, they now know that I cannot be trained with simply dry kibble! Woof! Ray.

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