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How funny. I see there is a cat named Clyde, also, and my daughter had a Clyde. When Maggie was adopted her name was Gertie, but my daughter had a "Gertie" so "Maggie" became her new name. ; )
Jigidi has an abundance of Maggie dogs! Jan (Jiggybelle) and I have them, and now I find out your granddog is named that, too! We have a tree in our yard that looks like this, and both Maggie and Cassie love to check it out. Fortunately, it's home to chipmunks, nothing more dangerous! :-)))
i understand Rose!
Jacque, "Maggie" is a bloodhound, a dog. The only "children" in the family are the cat and dog types. ; )
my children love the forests!
Oh, Oddio, you made me laugh out loud. Maggie nearly wore out her "inhaler" with a box we took which had been at my daughter's house beforehand. She sniffed, and sniffed and sniffed. I wondered if she could detect my daughter's kitties, or my daughter's dog. Whatever it was she was not to be deterred.And let's not even go to the subject of "lunch." She had to be let our so her "sibling" can eat in peace. Maggie would like to hurry Josie along, and finish it off for her.
Maggie says "Ya just never know... could be someone's lunch in there!"Good little puzzle, RH.
I love it Rose,that is what granddoggers do.
Thank you, Grannygoatlady and Lyndee.You have her pegged, GGL! My that nose never stops.Lyndee, she is my granddogger so I am not all that familiar with her antics but I recall that they said they hope there isn't a snake in there someday, unless it is a non-poisonous one, which might teach her to be a bit more cautious.
Hey speedy lyndee LOL nice one Maggie
And does Maggie ever get any surprises?
Ah, so many smells, so little time..........