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Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Guess what today is?

Today is
National Pet Obesity Awareness Day
Oct. 14, 2009



Kindly step away from the bowl Oscar! 







16 comments:

Khyra The Siberian Husky And Sometimes Her Mom said...

I'll be sure to tell 'my' pet too!

Hugz&Khysses,
Khyra

dewdana said...

Really? Who knew! And how does one celebrate? I guess with a nice long walk! Thanks for sharing!

Deborah said...

I'll have to let my Winston know!!

Benny and Lily said...

Why did you have to remind my mom!
Benny & Lily

Miley said...

Ewwww, maybe I shouldn't have begged for so many treats today!! You look great and I love your collar!!!

lotsa licks,
Miley

Deborah said...

Hi again, I just wanted to thank you for visiting my blog and following! My pets really appreciate it! Thanks!

Mango said...

Well, that is confusing isn't it? Are you supposed to hug a huge pup or go on a diet?

Slobbers,
Mango

Sam said...

No such holiday exists in Marge's world. Even if she WAS overweight, she wouldn't give up her food for some silly holiday!

Joe Stains said...

I definitely need to show this to Tanner!!

Martha Basset said...

Well we hope our Vet doesn't know! Honestly what is wrong with a few curves?
This is a nation obsessed with thinness - thank dog we have not developed anorexia with all this media pressure!!!
love
Martha & Bailey xxxx

Mack said...

Thanks for the PSA. I will direct Paris to your bloggy.

Frankie Furter said...

What's this??? Pick on Dachshunds day?? Why weren't Tinkerbell and Tucker shooshed away???? Poor Oscar. Not Fair.

Cheryl, Indiana, Shingo and Molly said...

Hello Oscar, Tucker, and Tinkerbell!!! We LOVE your blog! Wanna be friends? Visit us at:
http://fiestythree.blogspot.com

Woofs and Kisses!!

Mr. Puggle said...

i am just worried about the pet owner's obesity day. then you will be telling me to step away from the bowl. hahaha

Brownie said...

I guess I should tell my pet - aka Momster - that she needs to lay off the oreos...!

Jennifer Elliott said...

We have to follow this same principle in our house. My dachshunds are forever fighting their "winter weight". :-)