Tag: dogs

One Year with Mazie

Today is Mazie’s Gotcha Day anniversary. One year since we met and I brought her home with me. And what a year it’s been! She was four weeks pregnant when we met and had recently been rescued from a home with 100 dogs. No… Continue Reading “One Year with Mazie”

Bobbie and Billie: The Twins

Mazie, my 11pound Terrier mix, had 5 puppies during Covid19 quarantine. Here are two of the girls.

Bruno and Baxter: The Boys

Introducing the two boys of Mazie’s litter.

Doggie Doula

Being present at birth is an amazing experience. And when something goes wrong, it is absolutely terrifying. Here’s the story of my foster dog’s five puppies being born, and the one that almost didn’t survive.

Me and Mazie (Dog as a Reflection of Oneself)

Our fur-babies teach us a lot about ourselves.

Home Infestation

Bugs. We all have issues with bugs. As in, I’ve never met a person who encountered bugs in their home and thought COOL!! The few who do think this are scientists. Or kids that will become scientists. If there’s anyone else out there who… Continue Reading “Home Infestation”

Finding Home – With a Dog

There’s a lot being written about staying home these days. Discomfort. Anxiety. Isolation. Depression. The truth is, many of us struggled with “home” even before the pandemic. I don’t have the answers. But I can tell you how having a dog makes a huge… Continue Reading “Finding Home – With a Dog”

Why I Broke Quarantine

After four months in Italy during the Covid19 pandemic, I returned to the states. But one week into quarantine, I knew I needed company.

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