Category Archives: dogs
These photos are a month or so old now, but I still can’t get over how Selby (the dog) watches over Adeline, (her human). She nuzzles her when she cries, she sleeps at the foot of her crib (which is … Continue reading
” A dog is better than I am, for he has love and does not judge” St. Xanthias, The Sayings of the Desert Fathers. Thanks to Fr. Thomas Moore.
As we start another week: For the important challenges we face, we should take them on with the enthusiasm of a 4-year old in a Batman costume. For the not-so-vital tasks, let us think like a dog; Everyone is a … Continue reading
One of the remarkable aspects of experiencing our first grandchild is to observe the interaction between her and her dog. While life sometimes seems like an “Extreme” carnival ride, its the baby and our dogs that cause our blood pressure … Continue reading
With all the mistakes I made as a dad, at least I helped instill the appreciation of dogs in the girls. I inherited it. It has been passed on to the next generation. And now, the next again.
Have you ever wondered if maybe your dog follows you to the bathroom because you go outside with them? So they think that’s just the way it goes? What say you, dog owners? Thanks to AikenDowntownDog on Instagram.
Here is a TBT picture from October of 1990 showing Kelliann holding her new sister, Elissa shortly after we brought her home from the hospital. Tonight, we are “sleeping with our shoes on” as we wait to get the phone … Continue reading
Finally, a way to get a dog’s attention. Pet Photography Tips, Courtesy of B&P Blog
The soul is healed by being around children . . . Fydor Dostoyevsky I have come to know that since the “children” are grown and gone, dogs are more than willing to fill that role . . . with exuberance. … Continue reading