Poor Ray!

A couple of days ago we headed out on our regular afternoon walk with Ray and, as we had not been to Lululemon for quite a while, decided to let Ray take us there… which of course he did. There was only a water bowl outside (no biscuit bowl!) and Ray was clearly perturbed as he looked all around for it. He decided that he needed to go into the store and get this obvious oversight resolved! Continue reading

Where is she?

The first pic below is Ray’s typical position soon after Carol has gone somewhere; if the neighbor’s car moves (we share a driveway); if somebody uses our driveway to turn around, or any other event which Ray feels that he needs to monitor! Continue reading

… and there he was!

Ray, like most other dogs (I am assuming!) is extremely routine driven. As long as things happen at the same time every day, and in the same sequence, then all is well in his world. Change the sequence and he is a little perturbed and tries to resolve things in his own way. Continue reading

Dog adopts Human!

Below is an excerpt from my book about Ray “Who Said I was up for Adoption?”

Context: I was outside our Humane Society, and  in a squat position with my back against a fence, when Ray started walking directly towards me, and somewhat menacingly. He was clearly on a mission! Continue reading