Santa (Natasha) Reindeer (Bridey) "Sure hope it snows soon!"
Well, what do you think? Don't I have a lot of furry friends? I haven't met them all up close, I met some of them on the internet. The internet is a wonderful place to meet friends, even for us dogs.
I do know Casey personally as well as Natasha, Bridey, Quincy, and Mayday.
Casey is a Standard Schnauzer and lives with her parents in New Jersey and I got to meet her and have a real date with her in Myrtle Beach. Casey was my first girlfriend and she'll always be number one with me.
Natasha and Bridey are two lovely girls who live near me in the Poconos of Pennsylvania. We have gone swimming together and for walks.
Quincy and Mayday are boy and girl Standard Schnauzers that live in North Carolina. They, along with their mom and dad have visited us at Myrtle Beach. When they go on trips they get to travel in a really neat motorhome. I really envy Quincy because he has a full time companion, Mayday. I told mom and dad that all I want for Christmas is my own furry companion.
This special message is for all my furry friends' parents: I'm hoping that you make sure that your pets are safe when they go for rides in your car. Make sure that they're wearing doggie seat belts and never, never lock them in the car by themselves if it's very cold or very hot outside. Also, never leave your furry kids in an unlocked car because if they're very cute or very handsome, someone might kidnap them. My mom said that someone tried to kidnap one of her furry kids years ago, but she returned to her unlocked car before the lady who was holding mom's dog in her arms, got away.
Also, your pets should always wear I.D. tags just in case they get lost. Mom says that I also have a microchip. Getting lost could be the worst thing that could happen to us if we couldn't find our way back home. There are only two words on the back of my I.D. tag.....HUGE REWARD! I think this means that I'm worth an awfully lot to my mom and dad. But, I knew that!