The Wabash: A Dog’s Eye View

Teddy the Dog noticed a couple things about the Sears Wabash (in yesterday’s blog) that I had missed. 1) The 1920 version had “chains” on the front porch (something a dog is always cognizant of); 2) The Wabash didn’t offer indoor plumbing...

Teddy: Watchdog Extraordinaire

One of my all-time favorite books is, “Kinship with All Life” (by J. Allen Boone).  It’s a short but delightful read, and the book’s premise is this; dogs are a whole lot smarter (and more intuitive) than we humans can understand. Several years...

And So This is Christmas…

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Teddy, the Amazing Watch Dog!

It was about 11:45 pm on a Thursday night when Teddy walked over to my side of the bed, stuck her snout next to mine, and gave me one loud “Woof.” I opened my eyes and said, “What?” (as if she would answer). With an unmistakable intensity, she...