Tag Archives: dog wisdom

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As you know if you read my books, I am a dog on a mission to uplift and educate humans. This is a big task, even for a dog of my abilities. I chose a young human to be my … Continue reading

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What SHE Said!

As you know, I am a dog author. A deep thinker who does not mind sharing my thoughts with humans as I try to uplift them and teach them how to be more like dogs. I do have a staff … Continue reading

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Watch, Play, Learn!

Once again, my human scribe was in his favorite restaurant–the one with the brilliant name.  Two Dog Cafe. And he saw a bit of human philosophy that he shared with me. I must admit I had a chuckle when I … Continue reading

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Isn’t It Nice To Think So?

As a prolific dog author, I am always alert to what is going on around me. I believe it’s much like the way Mr. Hemingway or Mr. William Faulkner gathered their material. Watching and listening. And thinking, of course. So, … Continue reading

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“TGIF??” What Difference Does THAT Make?

I’ve noticed another funny thing about humans. They seem very interested, almost obsessed, with what day of the week it is. I have heard them say things like, “Oh, no–it’s Monday!” Is there something wrong with Monday? Or, they have … Continue reading

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A Dog Looks at Christmas . . . and Humans

A Dog Looks at Christmas . . .  and Humans  As a dog writer, I’m a keen observer of the world around me. This ranges from bugs and squirrels to humans. As odd and unpredictable as bugs and squirrels may … Continue reading

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The World Did Not End . . . But All Is Not Well

I heard a lot of humans wondering if the world would come to an end yesterday–something predicted by the Mayos a long time ago. It did not happen, which is good because there is lots more to eat during the … Continue reading

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Dogs Rule? Isn’t That Obvious?

Isn’t it obvious? It certainly is to me. Of course, I’m a dog, so I have the advantage of seeing the world more clearly than humans, who are obsessed by trivial things like “jobs.” Obsessed! But isn’t it obvious that … Continue reading

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I’m a Dog—So Why Do I Write Books?

I have heard humans mutter about my writing. They wonder why I do it, and some of them even think that I do NOT really compose my own works! Imagine! Did Eudora Welty have to endure such comments? Does John … Continue reading

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Why This Dog Loves the Weekend

My translator and I have been discussing my love for the weekend. And my excitement at Christmastime. He says I am a lazy dog and that weekends are no different to me than any other day. Now, how would HE … Continue reading

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