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Tuesday, April 7, 2015

F is for Fiona

Feisty Fiona!


There are other words beginning with the same letter that might describe my adorable dog that draws blood on a regular basis but I’ll just go with the name she had when we rescued her. 


This morning for example, I was wiping sleep from her eyes and chomp. 

Since I love her and want to keep her, does that mean we both have issues? 

13 comments:

  1. Might need to wear protection around her!

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  2. There is a special bond that comes out of shared issues.

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  3. Draws blood? Hmmm ... maybe Psycho Fiona would be a better name. We have a reuse dog too. We'll never buy one from a store ever again.

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  5. I don't think I would like being nipped at. I love the name Fiona however

    Smidgen Snippets & Bits

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  6. Dang. Maybe you need to hire Caesar Milan, the Dog Whisperer (Exorcist)

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  7. She is a cute dog. Maybe talk with the vet about ways to help that she won't bite at you so much?

    betty

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  8. Oh dear, Fiona the ferocious fuzzball. :)

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  9. She really has anger issues or not enough bones to chew.
    She is the prettiest chihuahua I have ever seen.
    But as they are known to be watch dogs in Mexico with the temperament to go with it. I think you have your answer.
    But she is very beautiful.

    cheers, parsnip

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  10. No Eve it means you are a loving, caring human being. Fiona is lucky to have you, and I’m sure she knows it.

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  11. Nope. It means you see beyond her faults. Unconditional love at its best.

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