The Mixing Bowl 4

This week the Mixing Bowl is full of furry goodness! Furry animal goodness, that is! I was dog sitting last week, so I think I have animals on the brain …

Let’s see how Mixbookers have paid tribute to their furry friends with their books.

1) Constant Opal by Shari

Shari’s book about Russian opal (dwarf) hamsters is a cute collection of pictures of her growing family. Shari wrote a short biography about each hamster, and took many close up shots of her delightfully sweet brood at their best. I love how she paired each page set and wrote about the individual characteristics of each hamster. It reminds me of when I owned hamsters!

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2) Cody and Sasha – Puppies! by Lisa F.

You may have seen Mixbooker Lisa’s book on our front page, but have you actually viewed it? This is a precious story about how two puppies were rescued from the SPCA only to find fun and fresh adventures in the Fong household. This book will make you want a puppy guaranteed!

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3) Roxie the Boxer by Angie M.

This is a funny, crazy and sentimental book about a boxer pup saved from near death. Roxie is a stylin’ hounddog in this book, dressed in her Sunday best and business professional outfits. Read this book all the way through to the end, it is a touching story that almost made me cry. Roxie, you rock!

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So take a little time today to appreciate man’s best friend (or friends) and make a Mixbook about their silly antics. This post is dedicated to the unofficial Mixbook mascot, Oreo the Boston Terrier.

Mixbook is even better than bones,
Alison

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