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Maggie Mae’s Book Blog: “Dominic” by William Steig

“Dominic” by William Steig is one of my favorite books. My owner has been reading it to me since I was a puppy because it is one of her favorite books. Dominic is a little bored with his neighborhood so

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Maggie Mae’s Book Blog: “Always” by Alison McGhee and Pascal Lemaitre

I love books about dogs and their humans and this is one of my very favorites. “Always” by Alison McGhee and Pascal Lemaitre is about the unconditional love and all the things a dog will do for his human. The

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Maggie Mae Book Blog: “How to Talk to Your Dog ” by Jean Craighead George

This has to be the first book I review because talking to your dog is so important and I was lucky enough to interview the author and Newbery Award Medalist, Jean Craighead George for one of my Maggie Mae Pup

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The Power of Pets in the Pandemic

I wrote about my pandemic experience. Now you can read how my owner Ronni Diamondstein experienced it with me. Her latest column in Inside Press magazines.  I wonder if Governor Cuomo’s dog Captain will like what she wrote. Here’s the

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The Adventures of Maggie Mae: Baking With Love

Baking With Love Maggie Mae was excited to see the snow falling outside. “Can we go out to play?” she asked her mother. “Later,” her mother said. “It’s a blizzard out there. It is too cold and a strong wind is

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First Snow of 2020: Winter Safety Tips

The first Snow of 2020 on Saturday, January 18 was a quiet storm. I went to check it out. I love the snow. It is gentle on fluffy. Staying safe in the winter is very important for pups. I wrote

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Happy Anniversary !

                  “My little dog – a heartbeat at my feet.” – Edith Wharton Today is the anniversary of my arriving in Chappaqua to live. That was twelve  years ago and who knew

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The Adventures of Maggie Mae: Maggie Mae and the Lost Library Book

Maggie Mae and the Lost Library Book Maggie Mae loved to read. Every day she would go to the library with her mother and borrow lots of books. Today was a big day for Maggie Mae. Maggie Mae was going

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It’s Our Anniversary

Eleven years ago, on January 13, I came to live with my owner and could not be happier!

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A Dog To Love–Maggie Mae

November is a month for gratitude and my owner Ronni Diamondstein was asked to write about how grateful she is to have me in her life. I am more than grateful to her. I love her unconditionally. Here is a

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