So sad to hear. But mummy doesnt allow rawhide hence I am at a disadvantage.On a seperate note - did you know that the Tate museum in London is having a Hogarth exhibit? You might know him because he painted our breed so fabulously! I think you and the ministry needs to check it out! http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v39/gracieandbuddy/bags/_42544207_hogarth1_picgall.jpgAine
I did not know that, Aine. Thank you for passing that along. I will actually have the privilege of spending a day in late April in London, where I will be barking at a canine clerics' conference, so perhaps I can visit the Tate.
Truely the soundtrack of our lives. A sad day indeed.
*gasp* Oh Holy Mugsy! I am so jealous! I would love to go with you - but alas - mummy says I can't. Something about me being a girl pug - you a boy pug - and it is "just not done" since I am a single girl puggie. (Silly mummy - doesn't she know I am FIXED? anywaysssss) Please give us a full detail of your visit when you come back!!! April is a great time to visit London - My mummy was there at that time. Make sure to take your walkies in the lovely parks there! Aine
Though it is not my soundtrack, I still weep for you and your loss.
Mugsy!Very sad day...I hope your trip to in London,will go well.Big sniff-sniff to you.. Lot's of Lick's Sam
Oh, that's so sad. Do you think it's related to Anna Nicole in anyway?
I doubt it, Leslee. But I wouldn't put anything past that Howard K. Stern. Thank you all for paying respects to this icon of canine music.
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