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Wednesday, March 21, 2018

The Specials: Adopting A Dog With Spina Bifida

Dogs represent our best selves; they are always grateful, loyal, brave, and genuinely want to make things better. Dogs are natural optimists; they believe in happy endings and always root for the underdog – even when they are the underdog.

LaCroix is a 3-month-old Cattle Dog with a boatload of energy, zest for life, and lots of puppy sparkle in his blue eyes. He is a little guy (for now) with ears as big as his heart. Like most puppies, he doesn’t stand still for long. He loves to play, learn new things, and make people smile - and he does it all on wheels!

LaCroix was born with Spina Bifida and his back legs are paralyzed. Sometimes being a little different makes you extra special and a whole lot more adorable!

How to rescue and adopt a dog with Spina Bifida

Wednesday, February 28, 2018

The Joys Of Living With A Socially Awkward Dog

Ruby and I are both introverts and a wee bit socially awkward. Not all introverts are socially awkward, but we are lucky to be both – the double whammy. I am OK with the introvert thing: I like my introvert ways but being socially awkward is challenging for both of us at times.

Dogs are natural conversation starters and dog people are usually friendly and chatty. I am a nice person and generally friendly (from a distance), but I don’t think anyone would ever describe me as chatty. Ruby is a sweet dog, but she doesn’t always understand normal doggie social cues. We are just a little complicated sometimes.

Ruby is a card carrying member of the socially awkward dog club

Monday, February 26, 2018

Doggie Emoji

That time I was mistaken for a doggie emoji
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