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Monday, December 31, 2007


Dear Friends,

We'd like to thank all of our blogging buddies for becoming a part of our lives since we started our blog back in March. We have made many wonderful friends here and have experienced countless hours of enjoyment reading your blogs and getting to know you. Thank You for that. Have a great 2008, everybody!!

Koobuss Kisses all around!!!

Happy New Year, Everyone!!!

Love ya,
Koobie and Family

Bully Stick Holder

Hello My Friends,

Some of you have expressed an interest in my bully stick holder and would love to have one of your own. All I can tell you about them is that they come in various shapes and sizes. I have an older model. Actually, I have two -- the regular full time bully stick holder and a younger one who serves as a back-up, or substitute, for when the first one is not available. (However that is not the back-up's primary duty -- that would be to feed me and to take me for walks.) Anyway, I really don't know where you get bully stick holders. Mine were already here when I moved in a year ago. I think that they came with the house, but I am not sure, so unfortunately I can't tell you exactly were you can get one.

As you can see from the photos, a properly trained bully stick holder will hold your stick at the perfect angle so that you can derive maximum enjoyment out of your treat. He will maneuver it into the proper position at all times in order that you will not strain yourself by having to stretch too far.

An experienced bully stick holder will also hold other objects, such as toys. Sometimes they will perform extra duties as well. For instance, every so often, the older model will take me for a walk. He also carries a lot of treats for me in his pockets. I can get them almost anytime I want. All I have to do is cry. Works every time. When he dozes of, as older models are prone to do, I just stick my head in his pockets and help myself. Why bother him when he is busy? Besides, bully stick holders need their rest in order for them to do their job properly. They have a lot of responsibility. And from what I am hearing from my friends out there, bully stick holders are hard to find, so you must take good care of the ones that you have. I make sure that mine gets lots of kisses. He knows that I appreciate him.

I'm sorry that I could not be more helpful. If you look around hard enough, you may be able to find your very own bully stick holders. But make sure that they don't have other things to do because this is a very time consuming job.

Good luck in your search.


Saturday, December 29, 2007

From Santa

Hi Friends,

The last time I talked to you I was tired from waiting for Santa most of Christmas Eve. I waited for him outside in the front yard and I waited for him inside by the tree. He didn't come, so on Christmas morning I was so tired from being up late the night before that I zonked out on the parlor couch as soon as I got up. It turned out that Santa did come after all!! And I missed him!!

Watch the slideshow to see what happened.

Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Christmas Morning

Do Not Disturb!!

I'm busy.

This is what happens to you when you spend all that time waiting for Santa. I never did see him.

I'm takin' the day off.

Monday, December 24, 2007

Waiting For Santa

Hello all my dear furry and non-furry friends,

Tonight is the big night and I've been waiting here patiently. I know it's a little bit early, but I want to be sure that I don't miss him.

Maybe if I sit...

Perhaps I should stand.

Maybe if I sit on the other side of the lamppost...

The sky doesn't look good to me. I'm really getting worried. I hope Santa can make it through the clouds.

Wait a minute... Santa is coming from the north, right? Why I am looking to the west? That's the problem. OH NO!! I'm going to miss him!

This waiting stuff is hard work. I can't hold my head up much longer. Good Night.

So much for Santa.


Saturday, December 22, 2007

Santa Letter

Hi Everybody,

I know it is getting late, with only a few days left before Christmas, so I thought I would finally write my letter to Santa. Don't worry about him getting it in time. I'm going to email it.

I have been giving this a lot of thought, this being my first real Christmas. I have to be very careful about what I ask for. I want Santa to like me. Many ask Santa to bring world peace, so I won't ask for that, although it would be great if he could do it. Many ask Santa to end world hunger, so I won't ask for that either, although it would be great if he could do it. It's not that I don't want these things, I do. It's just that they have been asked for over and over by millions of people every year and we still don't have them, so I figured that Santa is not responsible for bringing these things, we are. I mean people are. Not us pets. We are responsible for bringing the same thing Santa does -- happiness, joy, and fun into people's lives. Our job is to make people smile, and we are great at that!

That said, let's get down to business.

SANTAStop hanging around, and pay attention!!

Finally, somebody who will listen.

(Look at these two on the left. They think they're pretty cool. Especially the one with his nose up in the air. He thinks that he is a big deal just because he has a red blankie. Well, I have news for him! I have a red blankie, too, and mine's a lot bigger than that.)

Sorry, I was distracted. Anyway, here is my toy basket, with most, but not all, of my toys in it. (My Mom finally picked them up off the floor today. I'll put them back where they are supposed to be when I have time.) As you can see, I do have quite a lot of toys, so I really don't need any more. Besides, my favorite toy is an empty 16.9 ounce plastic water bottle. They are crunchy and make a terrific noise. None of my other toys can make that sound.

Finally, here is my letter.

Dear Santa,

My name is Koobuss and I am a wire fox terrier. I am just over one year old. I have a great home with people who love me dearly and there is nothing that I need. There are two things that I would like to have. I want an endless supply of bully sticks, and I want my mom to take me for more walks. That's all I want, Santa. More bully sticks and more walks. If I could have these two things, I would be very happy and I would not bother you again any more for at least a year. Thank You. Kiss, Kiss.

Love and Lots of Koobuss Kisses,

pee ess Thank You Santa for what you did for me last year when I was just a little puppy. It is at this time of year that you brought me to my family here. They and I will be forever grateful. I love you, Santa. (While you are at it, will you please see what you can do for all my less fortunate homeless furry friends out there and for the Blaineville wires. Thanks again.)

Sunday, December 16, 2007

Winter Wonderland

Hello Furry and Non-furry Friends!

What a day this has been! This morning when I woke up there was no power, it was cold in the house, there was a layer of ice all over everything outside, it was very windy, and we had two blue spruce trees in the front yard. (You can barely see the tree on the right, but it is there, believe me.) I got warm under my red blankie. Soon the telephone rang. It was our next door neighbor calling to tell us that we had a tree down in our front yard and it just missed my mom's car! We also had a tree down in our back yard. I was afraid to look at that one, so I didn't. Is this what they mean by "Winter Wonderland"?

Now we have to fix the tree. Of course, I had to supervise. How would they know what to do if it were not for me?

We have to put the tree back together. This tree and I are very close friends. It is my favorite tree. It is the tree that I get wrapped around the most when I sit out in the front yard and watch all the neighborhood doggies go by on their nightly walks. What will I do without this tree? Cry, Cry.
We must fix it!!

Let's see. This looks pretty good. It's a start at least.

Yes, I think that looks fine. I should be able to get wrapped around this with no trouble. And all those great smells are still there, too. This is really the only part I need. GOOD JOB, GUYS!!

Okay. I'm done working for today. Let's get back in the house. It's cold and it's sleeting and my fur is wet. I really hate that.

The power is back on now and it's getting warm in here again. My favorite tree is fixed. I have everything under control. Life is good again. It's time for a nap. Catch ya later...


Koobuss Kisses,

Thursday, December 13, 2007


Hi Everybody,

As you can see, I am not a very happy camper right now. I have some complaints about my secretary, aka Mom. Here is the problem. Actually, there are several "problems".

1. She didn't sign me up for DWBs Christmas card exchanges, or whatever it's called. She seemed to have no clue about it.
2. She didn't send in any of my adorable photos for the DWB calendar. She didn't know about that either. Clueless again. Duh!
3. She spilled almost a full glass of a cold beverage onto the keyboard of her year-old MacBookPro 17" laptop. She wants to cry. (Now she is using a little laptop for emergencies. This is an emergency.)
4. Three times she had to take down different sets of outside Christmas decorations (front banisters, red front bench, and back deck icicle lights) and put them back up again because they either burned out or she put them up wrong. She would not have so much work to do if she didn't do everything twice!
5. She didn't take me for my walk today. I don't care that it was snowing quite hard and that there was a layer of ice under the snow.
I love snow!! It is so much fun, and when it's slippery, it's even better!!

I'll have to tell all of this to Santa. Which reminds me. We didn't write my letter to Santa yet!! YIKES!!!

Please help me!!! What is wrong with her?? As they say, "Good help is hard to find."

Koobuss Kisses,

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