Tag Archives: Dog People

Wonderful Wednesday: Weaving Tails of Woe

Of course it would make sense if they just stayed in line, but NO!

Sofie has decided that she wants to go back under and over and through. 

In the end, Mom always finds a way to get them moving along.

Have a Wonderful Wednesday!

Just another DogDaz morning at the zoo ❤


Posted by on May 27, 2020 in Dogs


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DogDaz Zoo: Honor Our Veterans

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Happy Memorial Day!

Just another DogDaz morning at the zoo ❤


Posted by on May 25, 2020 in Animals


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Wonderful Wednesday: Staying Safe With The Ones I Love

If I have to be stuck in quarantine, at least I am blessed to be with the best group of crazy animals on the planet.

Because I worked from home for over 25 years (when I wasn’t on a plane somewhere), I was able to surround myself with a herd of rescues, all who were used to me being available to them as a lap, as a feeder, and a walker. Then, 15 months ago, when I started working in an office, our home life changed totally. I had to bring in dog walkers during the day and had less time to be there for cuddles and care. But, the gift of COVID-19 quarantine brought me back to working from the house once again. And now, I am not sure that they will ever let me go back to the office.

I just read that 54% of the people surveyed said they would like to continue to work from home at least part of the time when they are allowed to return to their workplace. What about you? Do you want to stay home with the puppies?

Just another DogDaz morning at the zoo ❤


Posted by on May 20, 2020 in Cats, Dogs


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Wonderful Wednesday: Saddle Up

It is really nice to be able to take more walks with Mom. When the rain breaks (there has been a lot of it this week), we ‘saddle up’ as she calls it, and stroll along the lane.

It is nice to see so many spring flowers, like the rootbeer iris, blooming in the yard. We are eating a lot of grass. Mom thinks it is because this early grass tastes really sweet and we are not about to argue.

The only challenge lately with all this walking is that tons of people we never knew lived in our neighborhood are out with children and bicycles and even worse, puppies!!! Our walks are not the quite strolls that Mom likes. Now they are fraught with having to turn around halfway down the street because dogs we don’t know with people who can’t seem to control them are barrelling towards us. We aren’t always the friendliest to strangers (we have to protect Mom, you know).

What did you do on your Wonderful Wednesday walk?

Just another DogDaz morning at the zoo ❤


Posted by on May 6, 2020 in Dogs


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Wordless Wednesday: Vogue

Mr. DeVille, I am ready for my close up!

Thanks, Peanut for such great shots.

Just another DogDaz morning at the zoo ❤


Posted by on April 29, 2020 in Dogs


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Wordless Wednesday: Watching & Waiting for Spring

 Charles and Sofie – 2018

Spring is almost here – Nine and Sofie 2015

Spring has arrived 2011 – Louise and puppy Sofie

Louise and Sofie – waiting on March 21, 2018

Charles and Sofie waiting in April 2019

April 2020 – The cat crew just wants it all to go away!

Sofie yesterday (April 2020) enjoying the first iris of spring

Has spring come your way yet?

Just another DogDaz morning at the zoo ❤


Posted by on April 22, 2020 in Cats, Dogs


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Wonderful Wednesday: Hi, Grammie!

Charles, Here.

Grammie is fine, thanks for asking.

They locked down her Assisted Living community a few weeks ago because of COVID-19. No one there has it, thankfully. There are over 450 residents and tons of workers. Grammie is served her meals in her room and is only limitedly allowed to go out in the hall. She is not happy because she can’t go down to the gym and do her little bicycle machine, which she was doing every day until this happened. At almost 95, even a little movement helps keep her legs from swelling and atrophy setting in.

Mom dropped off a care package Sunday, to the security desk, before they locked the campus to any traffic. Grammie called immediately to tell us that she was so excited and that it felt like Christmas. We loaded 2 big canvas bags with tons of crackers, pretzels, candy, cereal, lotions, soaps, personal stuff, and we even made a big album of family pictures. Grammie doesn’t see very well, so the pictures were really big. She especially liked the ones of me.

Please make sure to reach out to your seniors by phone so they feel less alone during this isolation period. Even just a short hello can make them feel thought of and valued.

Stay well and wash your paws.

Just another DogDaz morning at the zoo ❤


Posted by on April 8, 2020 in Dogs


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