Amazing food, good people and great dogs. Surprisingly, Charlie behaved.
Special thanks to those who planned all this.
Our one-eighth of an acre of prime LP real estate is nearly one-quarter turf. These small, drought scared patches of brown and green are integral to my having dogs. This episode of the Radiotopia’s 99% Invisible is devoted to all things grass. As a big city dog owner, this is required listening. Listen as a… Read the full article
So that’s a provocative title… Which Dog is Best? Follow this link to the article. Or cut to the visuals – 87 breeds compared in an info graphic entitled A definitive ranking of the most overrated and underrated dog breeds. Spoiler follows: The best dog is, a Border Collie… Read the full article
It’s an unmistakable sound. JS called it dry heaves and if you add a touch of seal vocalization to that you’ve nailed it. t is formally know as infectious canine tracheobronchitis aka Bordetella aka Kennel Cough. It’s a hacking cough that is usually is just a bother for the dog and maybe a bit more than a bother for… Read the full article
Today is Emma’s 1st Birthday.. And I would be remiss if I didn’t mention that sometime in March was Charlie’s 1st Birthday And I’m a lot of things but remiss is not one of them. WS
We “rescued” Charlie (I really wanted to call him Dave but no one – no one, thought that was a good idea) when he was 16 weeks or so. He lived in an apartment in Concord with parents and two small children. This turned out to be a less than great living arrangement for a… Read the full article
You may have seen it in the tabloids, possibly not… Butters and her entourage were spotted by the paparazzi on a top secret beach (somewhere near San Francisco just off Lincoln Blvd in the Presidio area 94129) on a cold new year’s day. Careful observers will notice Butters is sporting the latest winter fashions… Read the full article
Watch and enjoy. This is epic. Ella C with Ward C as Editor
Border Collies are not water dogs. As incessant water delivery systems, waves add insult to this apparent injury. We choose a sheltered beach at low tide to minimize the the onslaught of waves (and the potential heartache of a rogue one). We think, and the dogs seem to agree, that the beach, all sandy and… Read the full article