My grandpuppy is acting like this, especially the barking and kissing part. And he reminds me of a spider which tippy toes out to see everything that is going on.
Make a dog bed out of wood pallets!
cute idea for baseball birthday party
Don't forget about your furry friend this holiday season! These treats are all natural and don't contain any chemicals like store bought dog treats
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In #Japanese #folklore the Kodama are spirits that inhabit and represent trees. They aren’t believed to dwell in every tree, but rather occupy specific and significant trees. Cutting down a tree that houses a Kodama is thought to bring ill fortune, and in Japan any such trees are often marked with a special rope. Japanese folklore takes influence from both Shinto and Buddhist beliefs, so it is difficult to pinpoint exactly where and how these spirits originated.