I knew she was a little trouble maker from the time I first set eyes upon her. I watched her great escape from a kennel at Arlan's a Department Store on Chippewa and Hampton where the Target store now is located. She led her litter mates to a broken bag of kibble and feasted until her belly looked like a puffer fish. I had to have that spunky little pooch. I had to carry around a brown crayon to repair her damages, too.
Publishing Syndicate. This book would make a great gift for dog lovers. The stories are sure to make readers say, "Aww."
oh she's adorable!
I love the mischevious ones :)
Dog tales are the best.
The urge for a dog pal is getting stronger around here...but a new dog could never live up to the reputations before her! Will glad to see granddog for Thanksgiving...maybe all the dog hair and splashing water bowl will ease the dog angst here!
How sweet! Dogs are the best--so loyal and friendly.
Linda--Congratulations on yet another publication for you--you can make another notch on your belt.
Hope you have a great Thanksgiving. sandie
Congrats to you! You just have to love a pup with spunk!!
Bet that's a good story, Linda. Congratulations!
Take care and have a good Tuesday. Susan
Well. Few could resist a puffer-fish puppy. I'll have to get my hands on that book. The Not Your Mother's Book...On Being a Woman collection did not disappoint!
I'm looking forward to seeing the book. Should be fun!
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