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Hanging out with other writers!

Yesterday I had the best time hanging out with other authors at the Chappaqua Children’s Book Festival.  It was fun to be with other writers to inspire me. And of course, reading is very important for kids of all ages.

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Staying Safe in the Summer

Summer is here! As the weather gets warmer I notice that my routine changes. I take my long walks in the early morning and after dinner and my owner carries my water bottle with her whether we walk into town or

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Lost and Found–A Dog’s Tale

  A few months ago, my friend Olive went missing. Here are some good tips for making sure that never happens to your pooch. My latest column appears in the June issue of WAG Magazine Lost and Found–A Dog’s Tale    

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I Love A Parade!

The town Memorial Day Parade is one of my favorite things to do. It is fun,  but it is also important for dogs to know how to behave and if it is the right place for them. Read my latest

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National Pet Day!

Today is the day to show your pet how much you love them. I know my owner loves me. I can’t imagine our lives without each other.

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Where Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone?

Recently my friend Olive was lost in the city. I felt so sorry for her family. Here’s my latest column in Inside Chappaqua Magazine about what to do if your dog is lost. Here is the link:   Where Oh

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It’s A Small World for Dogs

  With St. Patrick’s Day coming it got me thinking that most of the dogs I meet are not Native Americans. I, for one, am a Poodle. People think we are French but we really came from Germany.  Former Secretary

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Always a Child at Heart: Ten Things I have in Common with Kids: Part 2

As I said last week, I love people. Nothing makes me happier than being out and about seeing old friends or making new ones.  I am six years old and in dog years depending on the old or the new

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Always a Child at Heart: Ten Things I have in Common with Kids: Part 1

I love people. Nothing makes me happier than being out and about seeing old friends or making new ones.  I am six years old and in dog years depending on the old or the new way you figure it, I’m

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Love your Pet Day

It’s love your pet day today! What more can I say. I love my owner and she loves me!

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