Woofless Wednesday

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15 Responses to Woofless Wednesday

  1. did you get any of that corn?

    • No. Me and Nellie were not allowed any sweet corn. Mummy and daddy said it was very tasty and was so sweet and fresh that the corn didn’t even need any butter or salt garnish. Typical family, they are not very good at sharing!!

      • Sandy says:

        That was my first thought – that there was no corn at the stand because you ate it Jasper : )

  2. Kyla says:

    We’d buy some of that corn if you were closer (and it isn’t GMO)

  3. fredrieka says:

    looking forward to sweetcorn.. seems like it is in a far far away life. woof

  4. Just totally sweet and so not corny! PAw waves!

  5. Cute pics, happy wordless wednesday

    Nacho, Noah, Buddy & Basil
    xxxx

  6. 5 more months til we can have sweet corn!

  7. Bongo says:

    Nice pics. Of course I like the dog ones the best, but that tree on the hill is really nice too.

  8. dougalldog says:

    Yummy, I love corn!

  9. We too wanted to know was there any corn going? Have a wonderful Wednesday.
    Best wishes Molly

  10. Misaki says:

    Such lovely pics xx

  11. Two French Bulldogs says:

    Are you setting up your stand?
    Lily & Edward

  12. b9k9 says:

    Hi Jasper and Nellie, it’s Me, Ninnie! My scribe noticed the above discussion on Corn and he has an important message for you all: Corn on the cob is DEADLY for all you canines out there! Doggy tummies cannot digest corn cobs. You all probably already knew this, but if you want to know more, just Google it. I just did, and the following is a cut-and-paste from the first web page I found. There are many more-

    “Luckily, Jenny at Vets Now St Helens knew all about the dangers of corn cobs and at 11pm, after a consultation and x-ray, Henry was in the operating theatre having the corn cobs removed from his stomach. Unlike most vegetables, they don’t digest at all in a dog’s stomach and if left will try to pass down the intestines causing blockage and possible perforation. We were very lucky that we had noticed Henry was unwell before the cobs left his stomach so Jenny was able to take them all out in one go.”

    Love from Ninnie, the wettest Maremma in the Queen’s Land (We’ve had a lot of rain, very welcome after a long dry spell and just in time to get some grass growing for all those wonderful animals out there before winter)

  13. Mags Corner says:

    Oh, we love sweet corn, can’t wait until we can get some fresh. You two sweeties are looking wonderful as always. You sure have a lot of beauty at your place if those pictures are a sample. Hugs and nose kisses

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