I feel fortunate to have a multi Pet household. A few years ago, our daughter adopted Siamese cat she named Yoda. From again from the beginning she decided that she was going to keep the cat indoors, so as to not suffer the fate of two of my cats which family members ran over because … Continue reading Grateful for Four-legged Friends
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Dogs on chains often become chronic barkers. Their barking serves to say, “I’m here. I’m alone. Please help me.” When I was a child one of our neighbors kept a black Labrador retriever on a chain across from my bedroom. The dog became a chronic barker. I don’t recall him barking at night from inside of his house. But during the day, he never failed to bark all day, every day. I knew something wasn’t right. I felt sad for that poor dog.
Positive or negative, an outdoor dog house? Dog houses invoke memories of big dogs that lived outside. When we grew up one of our close neighbors had a dog house in his side yard. Because he tied out his black Labrador retriever that dog became a nuisance barker and a problem for us. Never did we have any quiet until the neighbor returned from his job and let the dog inside.
Dear Readers, My apologies to you if you have clicked on our Dog. Leader Mysteries site, only to find our menu missing. After several hours, over a few days, I deleted a temporary menu for our blog. At first, I blanched. I yelped. Then I clicked on the Main. Menu. Wowie zowie, my eyes rested our … Continue reading Dog Leader Mysteries blog is back