Sunday, August 4, 2013

Pet Bloggers Describe their Days:
A Mutt Monday Hopeful

by Carrie Boyko, CEB
Today is definitely an experiment, and quite honestly, not one I've prepared for terribly well. We'll see what happens. 

I've posted an article to the hop below, sharing a typical day in the life of a pet blogger. My post doesn't cover all aspects of my daily activities, but it does offer some insights that some of you have inquired about. I'm happy to answer questions, and would like to invite bloggers to share their descriptions along with me. A little help? Just click the RT button here:
Next week I'll be posting a hop on the theme


Rabbits in Multi-Species Homes

For many years we had a rabbit named Robby. He was litter trained and enjoyed sharing
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Robby
our home with 3 dogs and a cat. Robby was quite a sport when little Oliver moved in as a youngster. Oliver was very curious, yet also cautious, so they learned to give each other space and have respect for each other's areas. I'm looking forward to hearing your stories. Will you help me get the word out to the blogging community with this Tweet:
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5 comments:



The Stately Hound said...

Oooh, can't wait to read what everyone gets up to - great idea!!



Carrie, with Tanner and Oliver said...

So great to see you all here :) Thanks!



Sarah said...

I love it, what a great idea. Thanks.



Alicia Holly said...

Thanks for posting this! Dogs need to have extra care from their owners. This seems an interesting idea.



Carrie, with Tanner and Oliver said...

Thanks to all the bloggers who have joined in this week. I've enjoyed reading all of your posts and hope to see each of you again for our weekly themed hop. I invite you to link up archived posts, and you are NOT limited to only one post. Feel free to link up as many as you wish that are associated with the week's theme. Thanks again!

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