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Christmas countdown: Happy holidays to all

Today we begin our Christmas countdown — an eclectic mix of videos that will serve as our way of wishing you the happiest of holidays.

Of course, we’ll still be bringing you dog news as well this week — along with some possible posts related to my Christmas guests, all of whom are canines. In addition to my dog Ace, I’ll be hosting three other dogs this week whose owners are off to visit family.

There’s Lucas — an old yellow Lab who huffs, puffs and dawdles almost as much as me on his walks in the park. There’s Darcy, a young Boston terror, I mean terrier, who is a perpetually bouncing bundle of energy. And there’s Cheyenne, a sweet 11-year-old yellow Lab who, though bred to be a guide dog, didn’t make the cut, then at age 5 began going blind herself.

The more the merrier, I figured.

But back to our holiday greetings. We’ll be bringing you one a day all week, starting with this vintage R.O. Blechman animation that CBS aired in 1966 as a Christmas message to viewers.

Comments

Comment from bluhawkk
Time December 21, 2009 at 6:58 am

Pictures please of surrogate dad with Christmas family.

Comment from Eighteenpaws
Time December 21, 2009 at 9:35 am

Ahhh, you can now borrow my nickname, “EighteenPaws!” Enjoy the chaos and your canine Christmas!

Comment from feefifoto
Time December 22, 2009 at 10:43 am

Where did you find that enchanting clip? I remember it from a very long time ago but I wouldn’t have had a clue how to identify it or where to find it. Charming.

Feefifoto, It’s on Youtube. If you double-click on the video on ohmidog!, it will take you to the Youtube page it’s on, complete with the code that allows you to embed it on your own blog.

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