sam russell’s pet provisions
A few months ago, I started my morning by reading the Sam Russell book, Pet Provisionals. This book is a wonderful resource for any pet owner and has great advice and tips for all kinds of pets.
Sam’s dog is a golden retriever, named Pippen. He also has a cat named Daisy. While we don’t know exactly how Sam got the pets, the fact that he let them all live with him is a good indication.
This dog is a pet provisional. A pet provisional is someone who owns a pet who needs a specific pet provision. For instance, a dog needs a dog to poop and a cat needs a cat to pee, but a dog can’t poop while a cat can.
This is the pet provision I suggest for Sam. It works well for Sam since he needs to poop and pee but does not need to poop and pee at the same time.
The pet provision is the most important part of Sam’s plan. It’s just as important as his ability to find and kill Visionaries and his sense of humor. In fact, it’s even more important because the pet provision has to be found. The pet provision for Sam is the only thing that can save the pet provisional from dying.
The pet provision is a game-changer for Sam. Without it, he might not be able to find the pet provision. If not found, the pet provision might be destroyed and Sam might not survive. Of course, it is possible that Sam will be able to find it because he is a dog and not a cat.
Sam’s pet provision is a tiny pet. A few days ago, Sam was a large dog. This time around though he is a smaller dog. He is still a big dog, but a smaller dog. His pet provision is a small little pet. It’s no bigger than his paw, and it doesn’t even have a name.