Thursday, November 19, 2009

Truffle Update!

Trufie is almost back to her normal jumping self...she was trying to jump onto the sofa when mommy got home...she's acting like nothing ever happened which is great considering the day mommy broght her home anytime we tried to kis her or mommy tired to touch her Truffle would snap at us.

Mommy got some really cute clothes rom us at the Pure Country Pet Boutique. We got this really soft purple sweater...It is a turtle neck and has little back leg loops to keep our butts from getting cold. Since Truffle isnt cooperating as a model right now, I took the honors of modeling this super soft adn warm sweater for Truffie. The sweater is a little big on me because Truffle is larger than me; so pleae bear with me.
In this picture you can see the nice folding turtle neck design tha tkeeps our little necks warm and the perfectly sized sleaves. they keep my little legs and neck perfectly warm. A very neet feature about this sweater is the backleg loops. This is what they look like: For those of us that wear clothes, we know how frustratingit is to have a sewater that is supposed to keep our little butts warm but doesnt because it keeps creaping up leaving our little back end exposed adn our humans to constantly fix our sweaters. The leg loops (and dont you like how i sensored my photo with my tail) keep the buttom of the sweater in place while we play and sleep!

Here is a photo of how well the leg loops keep the sweater in its place (protecting our little butt from getting cold) Here is a close-up photo of the pretty design on the sweater: Grandma bought my cousin Abbie the same sweater. Here are Abbie and I hanging outin the breakfast area wearing our matching sweaters! This is just another photo of how well the sweater fits and stays in place on us.

And Godiva Got this SUPER cute Pink furry jacket

The camera on mommy's battery died, so we will nmto be able to post the pictures of Godiva's jacket untill tomorrow

Tail Wiggles & Puppy Kisses,

Coco The Princess who now shops at

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Mystery of Truffle Revealed...

Tessa got it right! Truffie's home and she had a rough day of surgery...She got spayed and she had some of her baby teethes removed.
Mommy came home and had Truffie with her! We were only allowed to to sniff her and then mommy put her in her bed which she put in the playpen...Truffie was acting weird...she made funny grunting noises and looked goofy! (the scratch on her neck is from Godiva during a wrestling break)We woke her up for these pictures...she was REALLY tired but she let mommy take a picture of her booboo
The doctors decided that there was no need to fix her belly button. the doctors said that it isn't and wont become a problem. Mommy thinks her belly button is looks like a little button!
Truffie is tired so were going to let her go back to sleep. Thank you for all of your help!

Tail Wiggles & Puppy Kisses,

Coco The Princess

Somethin's up...and i need your help!

Mommy got up at an ungodly hour this morning (5:00am) and took Truffle for a ride in the car...

So, now i gotta ask...were in the heck did Mommy take my sister Truffle that early in the morning and WHY the heck didn't she take me and Godiva? We always go for rides in the car together!

Can you help me solve this mystery? i would really appreciate all of your ideas (just like the time you all helped me solve the mystery of my missing piggy)

Tail Wiggles & Puppy Kisses

Coco The Princess

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

A great book i had to share with you...

Hi friends,

Only once in the year and a half that Coco Bean has had a blog have I ever taken over; But I was given the opportunity to read a new book that just came out called “DOGTOWN: Tales of Rescue, Rehabilitation, and Redemption” and I really wanted to share it with all of you.
Dogtown is a no kill shelter in Utah for Misfit and traumatized dogs, puppies rescued from puppy mills and war-zone trauma cases. The workers here truly believe in second chances for animals who never really got a fair first chance at life. This book tells the story of 15 dogs whom were abandon, abused, &/or badly injured and how the dedicated staff at Dogtown was only able to rehabilitate them but re-home them too. Each story shows the powerful bond that the trainer/owner has with the dog whom they work(ed) with as they each tell their story from their point of view.

The first chapter is about “Georgia”, a beautiful Staffordshire Terrier (Pitt Bull) whom was rescued from Michael Vis’s home. We all know who Vic is and how horrible it was that he did what he did, but Georgia’s story is amazing and heartwarming.

The stories about dogs that required special training because they showed signs of aggression, gave examples of training techniques that were simple enough for anyone to be able to practice at home with their dog(s). Not only does the book explain how to work with these techniques, but it also explains why it works and what it is teaching your dog(s).

Each story is inspirational, heartwarming and touching in its own way and no two stories are alike. I am not an avid reader, but I was able to finish this book within one week of receiving it. By the end of the first story you are able to believe that there is no such thing as a “bad dog” only dogs that need a little extra love and devotion. These unbelievable stories will not only put a smile on your face but will stay with you long after you finish reading this book.

This book is available wherever books are sold and would make a wonderful gift book this upcoming holiday season. It is even small enough to be a stocking stuffer! A portion of the proceeds will go to Best Friends Animal Society

Princess Coco, Lady Godiva & Truffle are going to give their Grandma one from the holidays!

If you would like to learn more about DogTown, please click HERE.

Thank you for letting me share a wonderful book with you.


LeeTal - The Mommy