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SOFT_VAL67
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gotta get that boom boom boom...(even doggy boom)

Friday, September 20, 2013

My new dog Bo, is possessed!!!
Without a doubt, the meanest dog I have ever encountered. Tears up his pee pads, after dumping a few turds on them, then he tears them up and scatters his mess all across the porch!!
I have decided to leave the porch gate open from now on and maybe soon he will outgrow the thrill of playing with his own doody!!
LOL.
What a crazy dog!
Today has gone by pretty fast, have stayed within calorie range, but still didnt meet my calcium, fiber, iron or vitamin d goals.
Close on calcium, and fiber.
Guess its just going to take more tweaking or lowering my numbers.
Getting ready to tackle the other two rooms, bedroom and bath tonight, got the living room cleaned last night and the kitchen mostly.
And oh yea, theres the dog poo covered porch!!!
Feeling run down and tired for some reason, could be my iron levels, thankfully I have my supplements.
Just trying to stay on track.
It is so past time for me to be seeing some dropping numbers!!!
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  • BAREFOOTGRL
    My dog Riley poops beside his pad because it moves under him when he tries to go on it. He is almost 6 so I guess I should just be thankful that he's little, lol.
    1102 days ago
  • JUST_BRENDA
    The dog is probably kinda entertaining --- when you don't think of the clean up effort you'll have to put in!
    1103 days ago
  • IAMBIZI
    they make vit d3 capsules little tiny things that are very esy to swallow. I take 5000 units a day because I was low.
    bizi
    1103 days ago
  • BJPENNY70
    Hang in there. The dog will improve. Juggling nutrition will get better. You will see results. Just keep at it! emoticon
    1103 days ago
  • RAPUNZEL53
    Good Luck!
    1103 days ago
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