Monthly Archives: September 2011

Chapter 35 A Hole of Her Own

Who knew a hole in the ground between the back yard lilac bushes was so important? Greta dug the hole  not long after she came to live with us in 2006.  It was not too deep, not too wide, just … Continue reading

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Chapter 34 — Sick Pond? Government Responds

We do not yet know for sure  whether the pond is sick.  But our local and state governments are working on it, and they got on it fast. Meanwhile, Greta is doing much better, thank you.  After just a few … Continue reading

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Chapter 33 — Sick Dogs. Sick Pond?

We cannot be certain that the pond is sick, although it certainly looks like a candidate for life support.  If the pond is sick, as it appears to be, we cannot be certain that it is causing the dogs’  illnesses.  … Continue reading

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When Thunder Roars

There are dogs that rip up the sofa cushions or chew the furniture when a thunderstorm hits, dogs that stand in the middle of the room and howl until the noise ends, dogs that tremble and quiver, no matter how … Continue reading

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