For Better or For Worse by Lynn Johnston for November 26, 2023

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    Enter.Name.Here  6 months ago

    Farley’s revenge!

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    red_tape  6 months ago

    is ‘wouf’ the french version of ‘woof’?

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    Coopersdad  6 months ago

    Liz sure messed up this time!

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    Tantor  6 months ago

    Recycled fbofw joke…

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    snsurone76  6 months ago

    Glad to see Farley is still alive and well.

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    French Persons Premium Member 6 months ago

    That is a literal MOUNTAIN of sawdust.

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    Gizmo Cat  6 months ago

    From Lynn’s Comments: When an Old English Sheepdog gets covered in snow, he is something to see. Most of the snow finds its’ way to the fur between his toes and it takes ages to pull it all out. I think my dog took more grooming time than my kids did!

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    dcdete.  6 months ago

    I love the magical paint they have in Canada. It is amazing how the laundry room wall colors change instantly from blue to yellow just as the snow covered dog rushes in.

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    mourdac Premium Member 6 months ago

    One of my dog loves to roll in whatever he finds interesting on walks while the other doesn’t. Luckily it’s not anything nasty, just something he can smell.

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    Silenced Victim Premium Member 6 months ago

    I was worried that Liz would become another Elly.

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    ladykat  6 months ago

    Farley gets to shake, no matter what!

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    jr1234  6 months ago

    How does a family NOT know who/what is coming in/going out the door?

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    The Great_Black President  6 months ago

    Farley is going to the dog fights. Maybe the Pattersons can make some money off him.

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    sjsczurek  6 months ago

    We once had a dog like that. He’d be covered from the weather, either rain or snow, and we’d towel him off in the foyer. Then he’d shake himself, but he didn’t end up spraying water all over the place since he was relatively dry.

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    howtheduck  6 months ago

    “No puppy for you!” Is what Elly will say after that.

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    Jogger2  6 months ago

    There was something on the radio about dogs shaking water off of them. A dog can removed 70% of the water in 4 seconds.

    By the way, when I was washing the dog, and I didn’t want him to shake, I held his nose.

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    CoreyTaylor1  6 months ago

    Best Laid Plans!

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    1JennyJenkins  6 months ago

    That’s a funny joke, that’s for sure!

    In real life: on a rainy day, in our case we had a pile of old towels by the door, and as soon as our dog came in, we covered her with them, and she shook herself out under the towels and there was no spray. I taught her that when I gave her a bath, and it stayed with her all of her life.

    In winter, when she got caked with snow, she would lay down by the door, and let the snow melt into those towels. I kept the towels close to the register, just so they would be warm for her. She loved frolicking in the snow, the same as Farley. She was the smartest dog we ever had.

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    rbullfogg  6 months ago

    Mom, "Who ever put the wet dog in the workshop better get in here and clean up this mess! "

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    57-Don  6 months ago

    That’s why a towel should always be kept by the door in a dog’s house

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    [Unnamed Reader - 14b4ce]  6 months ago

    One last fling from the old dog

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