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Hi Genesis,

Thank you for telling your readers about Teddy and all the activities you and he do together!! He sounds like a great friend and a really smart guy!!!

Do you reward Teddy with treats for all that he does?


Hi Genesis,

Welcome to the world of blogging!!! You are off to a great start!!!

I am so glad you've found a friend like Teddy!!! It sounds like he and I have a lot in common!!

Does he have gray around his muzzle? I do! Do you know what that means? If not I can tell you later-


Hi Genesis,

It sounds as though Teddy is a good listener! How fun to have a dog as a friend! I hope you enjoy blogging!

Best of luck!


Hello Genesis and welcome to the blogging world!

Your post brings memories of my childhood. A neighbour's dog -looked like Teddy- would walk me to school and wait at the door to see me get in.

Take good care of your pet. He'll remember.

Regards from cold Buenos Aires, Argentina.


I am glad you have such nice neighbors. I really like your blog and your story about Teddy. Dogs can be wonderful friends. I have a dog named Gracie. You can see a picture of her with my wife, Ellen, if you click here:

Please tell us more stories and show us more pictures!



Anna decides how many treats and she lets me give them to him. Sometimes it's one. Sometimes it's two. Do you have a dog or a cat? Say yes or no and if it is a boy or girl and tell me their names. Thank you Lani for looking at Teddy.



Thank you for showing your picture to me. I liked your blog. I do not know what gray around the muzzle means. Will you tell me? Teddy has big teeth. How old are you?



Thank you for looking at my blog.



Thank you for your note. Where is Argentina?



I am going to ask grandma to take me to your house one day to see Gracie. Thank you for showing me your dog. Her is so pretty. Tell me what color her eyes are. Sometimes I can meet you guys. I will see you next time. Bye.


Hello Genesis and welcome to the blogging world!

Your post brings memories of my childhood.

Pet dogs are wonderfully amazing animals that do not live for themselves alone. Mostly, they are there to live for their owners much like how their owners live for them. In fact, pet dogs are being important buddies to a lot of people across the globe already.

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