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Whole Lot of Smiling for Sugar's Bark Day!!

Happy BarkDay, Sugar!!!  We wuf vu and wish vu many, many more happy days with Golden Smiles for all!!!



  1. Woof! Woof! Golden Delight with all of your SMILES. LOVE It!!! Lots of Golden Thanks n Woofs, Sugar

    BTW We also LOVE the Buddies movies. Love your blog background. Golden Woofs

  2. Happy Barkday, Sugar!
    Those are some beautiful Golden smiles!

    Thor and Jack

  3. You can sure say that again, Boondocks. Sugar must be so very happy that she brought so many smiles out on Blogville today.

    Love all the smiles from your place.

    Happy Birthday, sugar.

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

  4. I am so impressed that you got them to wear hats and sit at the same time there!!

  5. Sugar must be so happy today - she is getting smiles from everyone !

  6. how cute! i really like all the pictures, especially the last one with the party hats!

  7. What a super cool post!!! We just LOVE all of your smiles!!
    xoxo Chloe and LadyBug

  8. I know that Sugar is going to love all of those great smiles!

    Nubbin wiggles,

  9. This looks like a good pawty. I love your smiley faces and festive hats. Im sure that Sugar is going to appreciate your efforts :)
    Sending lotsalicks

  10. Yeah, party on Sugar. You guys are the life of the party.

  11. I ran across your blog from the blog hop. Your family is beautiful and the story about Rhett was touching.

  12. Hey Boondocks!
    Wow, your whole pack's smiling up a storm!! BOL Great pix of everyone.
    Grr and Woof,
    Sarge, COP

  13. What beautiful smiles!!! Love the photo with the pawty hats! Great pics - you guys are so cute!!!

  14. Hey,

    Thanks so much for sniffing your way over to my blog and leaving such a nice Comment! I appreciate it! I am very happy to meet you pups! Your header photo is beautiful! Such gorgeous pups!

    Love all your smile pictures for Sugar's barkday. Beautiful smiles on beautiful pups! :->



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