An Attentive Listener -- Tales and Tails

An Afternoon In The Cemetery

by Flattery Noar on

Hello, everyone!  My name is Flattery.  You’ve probably heard all the stories about my many adventures here and I can tell you that they’re all true.  There are also plenty of stories about me that you haven’t heard.  In any event, I’m an adventurous and intrepid little hound and I felt that it was long […]


Living History

by Houndstooth on

I don’t make it a secret that I’m a history buff.  I was one of those people in school who ruined the grading curve for everyone else in history class.  It’s a subject that has always fascinated me and I never get tired of learning more. This weekend, the television was on and I realized […]

Looking For Clues -- Tales and Tails

Sniffing Out Answers To History’s Mysteries

by Houndstooth on

As a person who is a history buff, as well as a dog lover, I sat up and took notice the other day when I saw an article from National Geographic that claims that dogs may soon be sniffing out the answers to one of history’s big mysteries this summer.  I think most people know […]

Patriotic Pooch -- Tales and Tails

Celebrating Presidents And Greyhounds

by Houndstooth on

I am a happy hound today because my humans are home today thanks to a holiday called Presidents’ Day.  Two of our most famous presidents were born in February and today we celebrate them.  George Washington was the first president of our country and most people know his name.  Abraham Lincoln is also very famous […]

Greyfriars Bobby

A Little Irish Canine History

by Houndstooth on

Bunny here at the keyboard, sharing a little Irish canine history on this fine Saint Patrick’s Day. It’s a bit of a tradition for me to share a little Greyhound history on Saint Patrick’s Day, because Ireland is important in Greyhound history.  Today, I have a tale of another breed of dog from Ireland.  I […]

Patriotic Pooch -- Tales and Tails

The Pampered Presidential Pooch

by Houndstooth on

Bunny here at the keyboard sharing a little history lesson with you on this fine President’s Day. Since my humans have the day off in celebration of two of our finest Presidents, I thought I’d share a little Presidential history with you.  Of course, the history that really counts is the Presidential pooches that resided […]

Always Prepared -- Tales and Tails

A Salute To The Working Dogs

by Houndstooth on

Since today is Labor Day in the United States, and most of us are enjoying a day off work, I was thinking about dogs and some of the jobs they do.  I’ve certainly learned a lot about the various ranges of jobs dogs do for us.  We have military dogs, service dogs, therapy dogs, sled […]

Admiring the Architecture -- Tales and Tails

An Adventure As A Tourist In My Own City

by Bunny Hound on

Bunny here at the keyboard writing about a different sort of adventure I had this weekend. I know the calendar says that Spring isn’t official until next weekend, but it sure seems to be taking root here in our corner of the world.  This has made for very happy pups and humans at my house.  […]

Little Miss Red, White and Blue -- Tales and Tails

Presidential Pups

by Bunny Hound on

Bunny here at the keyboard on President’s Day. Today I’m a happy pup because my humans will both be home to celebrate President’s Day.  Mom says they used to get President Lincoln’s birthday and President Washington’s birthdays off, but now they celebrate President’s Day in between their birthdays.  In any event, it means that we’ll […]

Mission Ready?

The Day We’ll Never Forget

by Houndstooth on

Recently, I came across two really interesting articles about Stonehenge.  I suppose it is one of the things that will fascinate us for the rest of time, and there will certainly be people making its study their life’s work for a long time to come.  One article talked about how there’s a lot more to […]