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A dog’s life

Tip: If you’re going to use your dog’s birthday as an excuse to make cupcakes, be sure to stock up on skeleton sprinkles at Halloween.

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Happy birthday, Kingsley!  (Don’t worry, I didn’t feed my 7-pound puppy dog a fistful of chocolate.  He got a treat from Foppers to celebrate his special day.)

Kingsley's birthday cookie

His understand of “cookie” was limited at best.  Having made a half-hearted attempt to lick off all the icing, he abandoned said cookie when he couldn’t figure out how to pick it up.

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4 comments

  1. ha yeah i’m not too big on giving dogs human food so im thinking of getting my pup this toy birthday cake http://blog.gifts.com/giftrap/recipients/pets/get-the-paw-ty-started for his birthday in a couple of months. and who wouldn’t birthday cake year round anyway?!

    • Too cute! Kingsley is a little hard on plush toys, though… he likes to rip them open and roll around in whatever stuffing he can get out.

      Dogs really shouldn’t get human food, but most vets agree that things like carrots and apples are fine in moderation. King gets the occasional bite of plain cooked meat, but mostly I stick to his dry food and whatever treats he can beg off me.

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