A Dog's Voyage Around the World™
is a story about a pet Lifestyle Advisor and her almost Divorced Husband of 18 years marriage who takes there 4 dogs + there sister dog Prince Gomez back east to their beach home in the Hampton's for the month of AUG. when on a rainy day when the family is off in South Hampton buying supplies for the weekend party the gang of 8 dogs 4 who live back east and the 4 who come to visit for one month begin what will be known as there Voyage around the world ™. This is a funny at times thrilling, story and will be made into a Movie in the year 2012. All rights reserved under Wendy Nan Rees and have been registered to the Writers Guild of America all material is original ©2009WNR Company

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Sunday, September 13, 2009

Juicy, Tasty and Bubbly GUM

Thanks for dropping by today it’s a lovely day the sun is shining, the grass is ever so green glistening with the morning dew. Children happily playing with their parents in the park, enjoying the swings, roundabouts and slides whilst eating a stick of gum, unbeknown to them the gum that is very tasty could in fact be very deadly to me, your golden retriever Molly or even cost Snowball all his nine lives.

Some local vets say they are seeing more dogs that have ingested xylitol, which is found in fruits and sugar-free gum. "They can go into liver failure, and it's a pretty bad, life-threatening toxicity,” Dr. Monica Clare told the San Diego Union-Tribune. While it's harmless to humans, pets will die if they aren't treated quickly. Symptoms for you to watch out for of xylitol poisoning, includes vomiting, and a weak and wobbly appearance.

I hope all the children and adults alike take extra caution when they have finished enjoying their piece of gum and place it carefully into a waste bin, so to ensure the safety of all our four legged friends out there, one of which could be their own family pet.


Love Cappy Bowes Rees

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