The young family, new to the northwest, found a farm with creek, orchard and old sawmill. One warm afternoon down the dusty drive came a dog that seemed to think this was his place, so he stayed. To the children’s delight, wherever they played the dog always went with them. (50
Black and curly-haired, the Water Spaniel was quick to perform tricks. Without fail, she answered the call of four young masters to jump through the hoop, roll over, play dead, or show your operation. The hills echoed with the sounds of running, children’s laughter and gentle dog barks. (49 words)
Though a mongrel, this female dog was quick of mind and foot. Her master, building a two-story house, often went up on the roof. She seemed to think of nothing but to be up there too, and with a little coaxing, she climbed up the ladder. Amazing! (48 words)
At the local animal shelter the intention was to select one certain dog when ZAP my heart was stolen by another. He showed such remorse at not being chosen that we ended up with two, and every day his face glows with gratitude. (43 words)
A gentle ocean breeze and sun’s warm caress, a beach void of other people. One small dog, a speck in the distance, came running. How cute, that was until it became apparent–‘twas an ankle-biter with one intention, and I ran! (42 words)
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