Stories About Dogs
Neighbor's barking dog driving you nuts? A "rock-solid" solution guaranteed to keep you awake...
It will make you think, wipe your eyes, and rebalance!
If you are facing that dreaded decision, read and rejoice.
Rudyard Kipling at his best - on losing a dog.
A short story about life with Gunner will make you
both rejoice and weep.
Does your dog seem too much like a previous dog? Maybe he IS your dog...
Ajax the Borzoi was her spirit dog.
PLEASE! Print out for every new puppy owner - or the neighbor, or ..... See Why!
Unknown - If tears make you happy, this one is joyous.
The one thing that gives us humanity and keeps us from being "just a man or woman."
Animals speak to us; you expect it from your dog but this true story about an
ominous owl and an enraged bear is spooky.
Terriers a bit like terrier people,
never at a loss for words, Mighty Mouth was typical.
Never be at a loss for words! Jot these down and whip them on your friends.
As old as time but as timely as this morning's coffee. Can you identify the characters?
What if there were no circus for your child? No hotdogs, ice cream?
and no pet.
As our soldiers are in the far-away land
of Austria... better get a Kleenex.
Unknown - We've all "been there" and will no doubt do it again.
It is me who cares for my dogs!
by Jim Willis - DO NOT read without a clear conscience about every dog you've let go.
More than a little truth here. Guaranteed to make you (and Adam) smile.
Read this and forward. We promise you will want to share with your best friends!
What do Lanting, Kipling and the evolution of the American GSD have to do with each other?
Reminder of WHY we got that dog, AND what it gave to us.
by Dr Roberta Lee - A Warm Fuzzy children's story adults will read time and time again...
Why do we do this? Because pack animals bed down together. Read this to learn the rules.
by Dr. Lee - There's a real good reason. We should all be so lucky!
A special place for everyone regardless of age.
Submitted by Dr. Roberta Lee - Another sad but true story, thankfully, with a Hitchcock ending.
They sure knew what they were do'in. I'd buy one, and so will you!
A dog in the dark, bloody feet, no teeth, a little broth... and the hand of God.
"... no matter where it itches, no one will be offended if you scratch it in public."
by 'unknown' - If this poem doesn't make you want to hug your best friend, nothing will.
Equus is about a horse but Jack Vance speaks to all who love, train, and show dogs.
Animals communicate - a moving experience that crosses paranormal parameters.