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Wednesday, August 25, 2010

It's molting time again...

MOM, did you lose the brush??  What's going on here??  I'm falling all to pieces!!

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The Daily Pip said...

I bet it feels good to let go of the extra fur!

Your pal, Pip

Unknown said...

hahah I love the pic!! Mine love to be defur'd!
That must be a big project at your house!!
Congrats on the award - you deserve it!

jen said...

It's moulting season here too!
My floors have tumbleweeds blowing all about!

Congrats on your award:)

Granite State Pet Sitting said...

Sounds like you are going to have to do alot of brushing. I bet they will feel better losing some of that extra fur.

Maggie Mae and Max said...

Your mom is gonna really gets a work out wif all da brushing dat is gonna happen at your house! She needs a furminator!

Woofs and Licks,
Maggie Mae

PeeS You all is welcome for dat award!

Lauren M. Davis Folk Art! said...

Yay!!! Congrats on the award!!!!! Your blog is awesome!!!!!!
Awwww adorable picture!!!!
Oh molting time hehe, I know that time well, Timber was part Akita and it was amazing the amount of hair she would shed all in big clumps sticking off her coat all at one time, I used be able to just pick the huge clumps off. It was so soft and warm and I used to collect it and put it out in a suet cage for the birdies to use in their nest. I remember one day after I had brushed her I thought I had gotten all the hair off the deck but I must of left some and I saw a little tufted titmouse hopping around collecting all the bits of fur in their beak, it was adorable hehe!! I also loved the thought of her beautiful fur helping to keep some baby birds warm and happy. :)

24 Paws of Love said...

I always brush outside, with 6 dogs I'd be crazy not too. But also so it can be recycled back into Nature. Our yard always looks like a fur bomb went off!!

Erin said...

Congratulations on your Award! We thoroughly enjoy visiting your blog/ We can relate to so many of the subjects you write about especially this one. We used to have 4 dogs and 3 were long haired. I used to dread shedding season. Even now with the two we have it still a 2 hour job daily. First we go outside and do the brushing then spend a good hour vacuuming the house. I've seen the birds carrying away hunks of hair so like you said it's being recycled into nature.
Have a Great Weekend, Erin & Mom