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The Old Dogs’ Myth…

on August 7, 2012

Hi, it’s me, Libby! πŸ™‚

Well, I just wanted to share a very short dogs’ myth with you. Because I was having trouble on deciding on what to blog about! πŸ˜› But then I came up with the wonderful idea of telling you about the dogs’ myth! So here we go:

‘Legend has it that the bigger the blaze on your forehead, the more that you are loved.’ Because apparently, the white blaze on a dog’s forehead comes from the color of our fur being worn off by kisses! For instance, if you have a very small blaze, it means that your humans don’t kiss and hug you very much, meaning that your humans do not love you.

Well, in my opinion it’s all balderdash. I mean really, it’s not like your fur changes colors! And, think of me and Ce-Ce, our humans love us equally the same, and yet, my blaze is a lot bigger than Ce-Ce’s!Β Coincidence? I think so! πŸ™‚

I would just like to hear your opinion on this…Comment and let us know!

—Libby πŸ˜€

This is a picture of Ce-Ce’s blaze!!! A perfectly adorable blaze, in my opinion! πŸ™‚ I wish Ce-Ce wasn’t so hard on herself..:/

This is a nice picture of my blaze. πŸ™‚


5 responses to “The Old Dogs’ Myth…

  1. Emmadog says:

    Well, my sister is all white, so if this is true she must be almost over loved and I must be under loved so my vote is for not true πŸ™‚

  2. Yes I completely agree!! I am sure you are both loved completely equally… Thank you for stating your opinion! πŸ˜€ —Libby

  3. Imani says:


  4. I somehow doubt that your mom can stop kissing that gorgeous blaze of yours so, you must be right, it’s a load of balderdash.

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