Cool Siberian Clock

Ok, on the side bar, I have added a cool Siberian Clock that I had seen appearing on many of the other dog blogs out there.  In case you want one for your own blog (or one of the many others that are on the site), you can check them out at Oorvi’s Playground or take the link from Oorvi’s Blog.  And, by the way, Oorvi is pretty cute (despite lacking that Siberian-ness).

3 Comments

  1. Khyra on September 7, 2008 at 12:56 am

    I was kindasorta the inspiration fur the khlokhk!

    Oorvi is soooooo furri khool!

    Hugz&Khysses,
    Khyra

  2. D.K. Wall on August 29, 2008 at 8:04 pm

    Two bi-peds versus six Siberians – or 4 legs versus 24. No matter how you count it, we are outnumbered.

  3. Oorvi on August 29, 2008 at 7:36 pm

    Hi…Sibe friends (It will be a while before I can connect with each of you individually:))

    Thanks for stopping by. I am glad that you liked an Oodget clock…it looks awesome on your blog:)

    And thanks for the compliment (blush)!

    By the way how many bi-peds does it take to keep the thunder in control? You six look so formidable in your header picture:) And another news…I’ll be putting up some new completely canine content on my page very soon (hint: includes huskies too:)) So do visit again.

    Licks n Wags,
    Oorvi

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