How Do You Do

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Typically, when we do nursing home visits, Bunny goes with me and Flattery goes with Mr. Taleteller.  The girls both have their own style of greeting people.  Flattery is a little more outgoing and she’s usually the first one to walk up to someone and greet them.  She’s the penultimate social butterfly, going from one […]

Adventures In Canine Modeling

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Bunny here at the keyboard to share something that was a little exciting for us this weekend. If you’re involved with Greyhounds, you may have heard about Celebrating Greyhounds.  They put out an award winning magazine about Greyhounds that people read far and wide.  It’s available in a digital edition now to keep up with […]

The Dilemma

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You know, sometimes our dogs face a little crisis of decision that just makes us laugh. Today’s post is about just such an issue.  It makes me think that our dogs think on a higher level than we often give them credit for. I’ve mentioned that lately, Bunny has gotten even more attached to our […]

Never Type Alone

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Now that I’ve been through the Greyhound adoption process several times, I’ve learned that there are stages that come along with it.  In the beginning, everything is new and most Greyhounds are trying to take it all in.  Some are more confident than others, but most adapt to their lives in retirement within a few […]

Flattery Gets A Chip

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This weekend, Flattery had a little adventure of her own.  Saturday morning, Mr. Taleteller took her on a special trip, just the two of them.  I was supposed to go, as well, but they snuck off out of the house without me.  At least my husband took the camera. When they got home, I heard […]

Adventures In Doing Good Deeds

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Bunny here at the keyboard writing about my adventures in doing good deeds this weekend. Most of our readers know that I am not just an outstanding canine model, I am also certified therapy dog.  One of the things I do as a therapy dog is to work as a hospice volunteer and visit humans […]