November 23, 2022, Issue # 9
Made Me Chuckle
Josh Hara is “YoYoHa”. He does a lot of cartoons about caffeine, and one of his claims to fame (becoming famous) is the cartoons he’s drawn on the side of coffee cups. He’s worth a visit. I’m not sure this is one of the coffee cup series, but it made me chuckle, so here it is.
I couldn’t find a website, so here’s his Instagram page to sample more of his work/humor. Click Here for YoYoHa’s Instagram.
A Dear "Ask The Dog Guy" Video
Litter Mate Syndrome - Should Pups Purchased At The Same Time Be Separated For A While?
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Don't Rely On The Two-Finger Rule For Dog Collars Read This First
A vet provides some off-the-cuff advice that is common but in “Ask The Dog Guy’s opinion is generally unhelpful, not to mention potentially wrong and sometimes downright dangerous in many instances. It (to me) seems devoid of common sense. Here’s some better advice.
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