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Wow - isn't the most amazing cheeseball you've ever seen?  He looks so mischevious - just like a real Leprechaun.   This would be a show stopper at any St. Patty's day party.  Thank for the recipe and great photos!

Tavette - S. Fla.
Corned Beef Leprechaun Cheeseball
Corned Beef Leprechaun Cheeseball
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Tavette Tavetta commented on a post on Blogger.
Thank you, Diana, for the wonderful tutorial.  Cooper is adorable - who wouldn't love that face?  He sure looks happy on his cool pad and I appreciate the tutorial so much. 

I bought an expensive cool pad, but without central air it didn't do a whole lot and it was a bear to move around because of the weight.  Eventually I gave it to my kitties, but after a while it started to leak, thanks to their razor sharp nails, so I removed it immediately, lest they ingest some of the chemicals.  My dog's nails hadn't penetrated it, but you know cats - they gotta scratch everything.

The individual cool packs seem a much better solution.  If one should ever leak you can just remove and replace that one section.  One reader suggested making her own ice packs, but in the Fla. heat & humidity those would melt too quickly.  So - the individual cool packs as you recommended seem the way to go.

Fleece sounds like a good idea.  If a fabric is too thick or dense (like an upholstery fabric) your dog couldn't feel the cool well enough.  Plus fleece would feel real nice.  Like you, I'd put a dark solid color on the back (to hide any dirt) and the pretty, colorful side on the top.  Bloggers work out all the kinks for us - lucky us. 

I've just signed up for your site as I'm always interested in doggy stuff.  Thanks again for the very explicit tutorial.

Tavette - S. Fla.
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