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My Dog Is Famous!!!

I love A.S. King's Wag it Wednesday posts-I love seeing everyone's adorable dogs. So I am thrilled that today's adorable dog is my very own Wrigley!!

Head over to A.S. King's blog to learn all about my soft coated wheaten terrier, how she got her name and see cute pictures! Wrigley would really love it if you stopped by!!


  1. Aww such a cute dog! I love her name.

  2. Now that is one cute dog... and the name is what I would expect from you lol..

    Had some news today, my book is going to be soon available in book shops as will be in Ingrems lists with buy backs book shops want. Fresh press release June 1st

  3. What a cutie!! You need to post a pic of her every tuesday. I insist, LOL!

  4. OMG Wrigley is absolutely adorable! I just want to give her a big hug!


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