The last two Posts covered Ray’s behavior while Carol and I were doing some gardening. I am not totally convinced whether his role was protector (watching out for us), or guard (making sure we didn’t escape), or supervisor (ensuring that his garden was not ruined). I would tend to lean towards the first two! Continue reading
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
…is worth a thousand words.” – but what are the words? Continue reading
I have written numerous Posts about the power that Ray seems to have over people… which he is well aware of and exploits to its maximum potential. He has had stores unlock their doors early in order to give him a treat; open up after their closing time for him; store renovation crews have given him treats, and other stores are slowly succumbing to his charm! Continue reading
My book about Ray (“Who Said I was up for Adoption?”), has established a slow, but consistent, sales performance. A number of you have read it, or are in the process of reading it, and your reviews and/or feedback has made the whole process very worthwhile. Thank you!
To recent Followers, the book is written as a true account of all the “trials and tribulations” experienced during the first 18 months of adjusting my life to include a dog who adopted me… a German Shepherd/Rottweiler – 75lbs of attitude, plus a long list of issues! Continue reading