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Gigi Spies A Green Tomato
A tragicomedy in five parts
The stage: A small wooden deck with sturdy balusters, overlooking a vegetable garden in late season. Enter Gigi. The six-year-old Cavalier King Charles Spaniel saunters across the deck, untroubled. It’s hard to tell by looking at her, but Gigi is a former rescue dog, and a traveled one, too: She’s lived in Singapore and Manhattan and (for the past two years) this Boston suburb. Gigi takes all...
Dog Culture: Readers Write
An Adopt-Me Smiler
Bijou
This is Bijou, a young Catahoula Leopard/Shar Pei mix who’s on the lookout for a forever home. She’s a busy girl who plays well with others and by herself, and she loves training—and has already had quite a lot of it, thanks to the SOS-PenPals program and Teresa, her handler/trainer. Get the low-down on this charming dog, see more photos and fill out the adoption form here.
Blog: Guest Posts
Click on Firefox
Her sight may be failing, but her spirits are high
I am currently fostering a young Border Collie, Firefox, who has been diagnosed with retinal degeneration. She is completely blind in her right eye and has very limited vision in her left, which will continue to diminish until she is completely blind. So far, there have been no inquries about her but I am hopeful that the perfect family will come forward soon.   She truly is a "dog like any...
Dog Culture: Readers Write
Rudy, Lacey, Sammi, and Sugar
Living with blind and/or deaf dogs.
  Rudy Rudy came to me blind, partially deaf, heartworm-positive and with bird shot on his right side. Today he’s completely healthy, though he still can’t see or hear much. He is a lover boy and brings joy to all who meet him. —Jenny Edwards   Lacey Lacey was born blind but most of the time, you’d never know she can’t see. She lives life to the fullest and is eager to try new things and...
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Guinness the Smiling Dog
Letter to the editor
Dear Bark: Thank you for publishing Guinness’s photo in the Smiling Dogs section of your July/August issue. Guinness is now 13, and this month he had to have back surgery because he was losing the use of his hind legs. We took him to Seattle Veterinary Specialists to get a second opinion because my vet didn’t think there was anything to be done. My husband and I were expecting the worst, but...
Dog Culture: Readers Write
Letters to Cayman
Dog Culture: Readers Write
Letters to Cayman
Dog Culture: Readers Write
Letters to Cayman
Dog Culture: Readers Write
Letters to Cayman
Dog Culture: Readers Write
Letters to Cayman

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