I’ll also be at the Bowling club event on the Saturday night so please introduce yourself. Please like or comment on this post or email firstname.lastname@example.org to express your interest. Information forms are at the Community Centre and I will post some to your One stop shop. Regards
Helen and KoKo Potter
Oh dear, I feel awful, my tummy is tense with pain, I feel as if I might throw up (again) and I am not my usual bright self.
Mum thinks I ate too much last night. I kept yelling at her to give me more food.
Or maybe I found something at Leighton Beach when she was not looking.
Whatever it was, the short enjoyment I might have felt is in the past. I feel dreadful.
So when Mum took me to my favourite park and I would not even check my Wee-mails, she knew I was not pretending.
After two injections from the vet, including a painkiller, I am still not feeling well. Even peaceful sleep won’t come to me.
I hope that I can write to you tomorrow and tell you all is well.
(Certainly, Mum’s wallet is not very well either!)
Woofs from a miserable KoKo
At Mosman Park Beach WA
- Photograph in natural light.
- Inside place your dog near a white wall within window light
- Clear the background of any distractions
- Use an aperture that creates a soft blurred background.
- Put a treat on top of the camera to get your dog’s attention.
- Ask a friend to help
- Get down to your pet’s level to achieve a natural view.
- Use a squeaky toy, to get some eye contact.
- Walk your dog first to burn off excess energy
- Take your dog out for a big walk prior to the photo shoot, to work of fsome excess energy first.
- Use fabric to pad slippery surfaces.
- Outdoors – A high speed shot of your dog running can be dramatic. You will need an assistant to hold your dog until you are ready to call “come”
Chocolate contains theobromine and caffeine, which in larger amounts is especially dangerous because pets can’t break it down and eliminate it the same way humans can. It can build up to toxic concentrations and cause multi-organ disease and failure if not treated properly.
What symptoms will you see if your doggie mate eats chocolate this Easter?
Symptoms of eating chocolate are:
- Rapid breathing
- Muscle tension, incoordination
- Increased heart rate
- Blood in vomit
KoKo’s personal tale about chocolate
We attended the AGM, waiting quietly for the treat we knew was coming afterwards. The Furbaby cafe had made a scrumptious cake which all us doggies were allowed to tuck into. You can see from the blue cream on our noses that not a lot went astray.
Do you have something to howl about?
- Do you like any of my posts?
- Do you think my Mum Helen’s dog photos are cute?
- Have you found any worthwhile helpful information?
- Most importantly – have you laughed at my shaggy dog stories or KoKo Shakespaws’ attempts at poetry?
I would love to read what you think. Please let me know.
How to contact KoKo
- WeeMail me in you live in Subiaco (I’ll WeePly as soon as I find your message)
- Email me c/o email@example.com for an instant response
- Or leave a comment on this page
from the pawsome dog blogger,