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Not Every Little Dog in a Bag Is What You Think

So many things have changed in the past year since Toby was diagnosed with cancer. One of the main things is that when he’s on chemo, which has been a constant since January, his contact with other dogs has to be limited.  The chemo suppresses his immune system, so while he can be around Maddux,… Continue reading Not Every Little Dog in a Bag Is What You Think

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National Parks Week: Our First Trip to Acadia National Park

In honor of National Parks Week, I thought it would be fun to share Toby’s first visit to a National Park.  He was 7 months old and it was Acadia National Park in Maine. He wasn’t a big fan of walking around in the woods, but he did like being at the top of the… Continue reading National Parks Week: Our First Trip to Acadia National Park

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The Things People Don’t Talk About When Their Dog Is Dying

I’ve never had to watch a dog die.  When my childhood dog wasn’t doing well, and it was time to say goodbye, I was a senior in college. It was just after September 11th, and just before my birthday in late September.  I remember my dad telling me over the phone they were going to… Continue reading The Things People Don’t Talk About When Their Dog Is Dying