The other night I was working on my afghan, and the yarn I'm using is super soft. Paco came up to me, and started rubbing the top of his head all over the afghan. His eyes were closed, and he looked like he was absolutely
He's 15 now, and I want to keep him happy and healthy. He gets Orijen dog food for seniors, twice daily arthritis supplements in treat form, the occasional grain free edible dog bone, and gentle back massages with a rubber brush.
Paco is one of those once-in-a-lifetime dogs. Well-behaved, incredibly sensitive, adoring, loyal, and kind. Even though he was the worst puppy I've ever experienced, if I had a hundred thousand dollars to spare, I would get him cloned. And I say this knowing that cloning dogs usually results in more than one puppy. ☺☻
So today, I've decided to make him his own, extra soft doggy blanket. I have a ridiculous amount of super bulky yarn scraps, and I started doing a shell-stitch based blanket using a different color each row, and repeating colors (when yarn permits). I'm gonna spend this lazy Saturday working on something that'll provide comfort and happiness for my lazy dog. <3
(Photos and updates to follow!) ☺☻☺