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What is the best way to ensure your dogs are safe. I’m not a vet but after watching this, I think it’s best NOT to bring your dogs in any kind of public place.

There’s so many places for dogs to have accidents and get hurt, they need a safe way in there. I’m sure with your dog in there they’ll be safe.

This is the best way to go. You can’t go to a pet cemetery and hope that your dog doesn’t get run over, or get mauled and killed, this could happen. There are a lot of places for animals to die. There’s very little to fear.

I hope your dog gets used to the feeling of the dogs’ bodies pressed against each other and you keep this video close by just in case he ever starts to get that bad feeling.

I really like this pattern; it’s an awesome little sweater that can be made in a few different combinations. My first sweater wasn’t so great, but I learned fast when I started over! The one below, on the other hand, is way too short for me, but what am I doing, making a sweater in 5 days?!?!?!?

It’s called “Blowfish” and is written in standard American terms. Just follow the instructions in the pattern except for the chenille, instead of lining up each piece before beginning to make the back cover, use a set of DPNs for the edging. Then go ahead and make the back cover using a few easy-to-read charts, using a 3″ to 4″ wide needle. You only have to make one row to finish the back cover; the edging is left unfinished.

The instructions say that the “collar is to be stitched in the back.” That’s wrong. Leave a space in the back for the edging; I did not notice it during the whole project, but after the ed