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I Love a Snow Day!

But remember: •Dogs and Cats should not be left out in temperatures below 20 degrees. •Puppies and kittens should come in if its below 40 degrees. Consider a cozy coat or snazzy sweater for additional protection. •Wipe your pets paws when they come in after walking — snow melt can cause blisters — Look for…

Doggy Discourse: Keeping Dog-Eye

Yep, that’s me “keeping dog-eye” (that’s British slang for keeping an eye out).

Farewell to Summer

September 22nd is the first day of Fall. We’ve got bushes of rose-colored hydrangeas in our yard that bloom in August and September — just before the oak and maple leaves begin to turn. The hydrangeas look great, as you can see, which means winter is right around the corner.

Rainy Day Dog

I am a happily drip-dry dog, so rain doesn’t dissuade me from outdoor play one day. And, as you can see, I am ecstatic about getting a towel rub.

Farewell to Winter, Finally?

I may be one of the few creatures sorry to see the winter of 2013 go, but I will be. I loved to snack on snow, roll in snow and try to burrow my way back to Kansas. And I loved to chase those snowballs. My owners, not so much. They are fervently hoping that…

Finding Nemo: Tales of a Snow Dog

Just how deep was it? That’s what they’ll be asking years from now about the blizzard of January 2013 (aka Superstorm Nemo). Thanks to all the photos we took of our new pup — who’d stay in the frigid temps full time if we’d stay out with her — we can document the 14″ to…

My BBF – best brother forever!

“There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.” -Bern Williams

My Family Went to Maine and All I Got Was This Little Lobster

I love road trips, but when my owners went to Maine on vacation last month, I had to stay home. They didn’t completely forget me, though. They stopped into The Maine Dog in Camden and picked me up a lobster of my own. The Maine Dog also has snacks, doggy life jackets and great dog…

Dog at the Door

A door is what a dog is perpetually on the wrong side of. — Ogden Nash

A boy and his dog. Aren’t we handsome?

  “A  dog teaches a boy fidelity, perseverance, and to turn around three times before lying down.” Robert Benchley