This is the story of my white German Shepherd, Wormtail, a scared little ball of mostly-fur who eventually found happiness in life and became a dog named Ryder.
I don't want to put words in my daughter's mouth, but I think it is safe to assume that camping with Koda was the most epic camping experience of her adult life...
The Youtube channel HatchetMouth has a fun and nerdy podcast called The Quiet Place. Last night I joined them for an hour and forty five minutes or so. WE TALKED ABOUT SO MUCH GOODNESS! I really appreciate the time they gave me and all the questions they threw my way. I enter 1:12:31. We talk... Continue Reading →
The best, the worst, the awesomest and the doggiest, plus a couple of apocalypse survival skills I mastered in 2020.
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It is getting to that time in Ryder's life where the days behind her far outweigh the days ahead of her. I find myself reflecting on this shy white shepherd I bought in Buda, Texas back when NASA was still flying space shuttles. She's lived a good life. But training her taught me new lessons about Search and Rescue.
I found this great dog story the other day by a fellow Severed Press author. The author is Gayne C. Young. I think you're going to like it...
Pharoah was an amazing dog full of integrity, and Paul Handover was his dog parent. They shared a special bond over the years, and what Paul learned from Pharoah's life he has shared on his blog, Learning from Dogs.