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Walk Your Human Week & Featured Blogger!

Did  you guys know that October 1st -7th is National Walk Your Dog Week?  (Or in our case, walk your human week.)  Boy, is it a great week for it too.  Now that the daily temperatures are out of the 90's, Mom actually enjoys being outside with us. 

Today we kicked off "walk your human week" with a romp through our very own neighborhood. 









We are also very excited to be this week's featured blogger over at Pet Blogs United.  Swing by and say "hi" if you get a chance.  Thanks, PBU!!  We WUF your site!!!


Y'all come back tomorrow for Boon's Sunday Sermon! 





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  1. Hey Boondocks... I wasn't sure you would Wreck Og Nize me on PBU.. butt I was there.. You really did a super post.
    Hey your little two legger girrrl has one of those Spider Flowers in her hair... It looks Lovely!!! I was all excited to see them again, now that I know all about them. THANKS.

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  2. Hey Boondocks!
    Wow, what a fun walkie! Looks like a pawesome place to explore with your mini two-leggers. Love those flowers too!
    Grr and Woof,
    Sarge, COP

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  3. Congrats on being featured!! Awesome post, my friend!

    Happy Saturday woofs & hugs! <3

    ~Bailey (Yep, I'm a girl!)

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  4. What a beautiful walkie! Lovely pictures with your people! Congrats on being featured blogger!

    Thor and Jack

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  5. Hey Dude, we saw your post on PBU too. You did a great entry. I love your post today too. It is always so fun to see you with your whole family walking along. You live in a pretty cool place to.
    Send Rosebud my love

    Bert

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  6. whhoooa!! we saw your post
    Benny & Lily

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  7. Walks with my people are my favoritest thing...besides naps on the couch! It's nice to meet everyone!
    -Mister
    http://mrappgate.blogspot.com/

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  8. Very nice walk. Did you guys wear out your hoomans?

    We saw ya over at PBU!

    :o)

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  9. Thank you for letting me know, I will alert my humans ASAP that it's time for a walk! You are lucky to have all those little people to entertain you :) Congrats on the Pet Blog feature!

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  10. We are all really enjoying the temps out of the 90s". We are having the most beautiful fall temps and sunny days ever. We are so happy to be back walking our regular schedule again too. We will be off to check out your feature on PBU.

    Happy Saturday.

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

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  11. Congrats on Pet Blogs United! : )

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  12. Congrats on Pet Blogs United! : )

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  13. That's so cool, you got a train passing by your area.

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  14. You guys have such a great pack! :) Lovely photos!

    I love PBU as well! :D

    xo
    Luna

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  15. Thanks for letting us know about National Walk Your Dog Week! I'll be sure to tell my mom to take me and my sis on lots of long walks!

    <3 Daisy Boo

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  16. We had no idea that National Walk Your Dog week was last week while we were on vacation. Its a good thing we spent the week walking our humans a lot!

    the 2 brown dawgs

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