Neighborhood is a foreign concept when you’re a transient living on a boat. We don’t see the same dog walkers every day, chat with the school crossing guard each morning, or make that weekly visit to the farmer’s market. But we still have Pet Blogville. And the Annual Pet Blogger Challenge is its big block […]
Honey has surprised me by learning some amazing things–walking on a moving ramp, climbing steep stairs with open treads, and even staying balanced on a heeling sailboat. But this year we have a new trick for her to learn. We’re going to teach our dog how to fly.
Honey, my beautiful, dainty pup, is attracted to the most horrible things. Sometimes, dogs are disgusting.
Honey pulled with all her strength. Once she felt the sand between her toes, she did her happy dance and flopped down on her back in sheer joy. Honey remembered her first love.
There’s a lot of dark news out there. But I saw something recently that made me feel good. It’s my Happy New Year story.
How to take your dog for a walk in seven easy steps. Step one…
Poor Honey. Nothing is worse than when she’s stuck with me as her playmate. My dog thinks I’m a poor substitute for my husband.
I don’t know if I feel worse for what I put her through or better for how proud I am of how she handled it. But I do know that I’ve never loved my dog more. Here’s why. (Sorry folks, no pictures. Once you read on, you’ll understand why.)