Guess where pup Astrid's posing today?
That's right. Pup Astrid is, yet again, posing in her beloved window. Surprised? Yeah, neither are we.
Oh, and do you like Astrid's grey fur on her snout? This girl is 7 years old and she's proud of her wise furs of grey. Honestly, though, Astrid started getting a grey muzzle when she was something like 2 years old. Either way, we just let Astrid believe all that grey is a sign of her wisdom.
Happy Wednesday, friends!
I have more doodles in my new Edgar Allan Poe series to share, but I realized that the flashback I was going to share on Friday would better fit today's post. Why? Simply because it stars pup Astrid. So, in order to let Astrid have the honor of sharing her flashback doodle, we'll share it today and then share a new doodle rather than a flashback on Friday. That being said, this flashback still sort of correlates with our spooky doodles we've been sharing. I scribbled this doodle up right around this same time last year, after seeing a macabre typewriter Halloween decoration at a store.
Did you know?
According to some statistical sources, the average dog might start getting grey hair, such as around their snout, when they are roughly 5 years old. When it comes to cats, some statistics indicate they're more likely to start getting grey furs, or other similar color changes associated with age, when they are somewhere around 8 to 12 years old. Honestly, though, all of this depends on the individual animal, their genetics, their circumstances, their overall health, and so on and so forth. Some animals go grey or show other such signs of age much earlier in their life, whereas others might never develop such traits at all. Either way, a dog or even cat getting grey furs is nothing to worry about in most cases. If you do have any concerns about your furbaby's coat or their age and how it's affecting them, then of course discuss this with a veterinarian.