Who knew that three weeks post-surgery, Gracie would become a star of track and field? Certainly not her parents.
How can you take care of an animal who can’t tell you where it hurts?
Wherein the author learns to relate to her mother’s tearful college-era airport goodbyes.
You might think that providing food for the squirrels before they hibernate is altruistic, but you’re wrong.
What do you do when your good dog starts acting like a bad one?
Last Tuesday, I was at my desk, halfway though composing an email to a client to recap a meeting we’d just had, when Gracie jumped up from her doggy bed, ran to the door, and started barking. I got up and took one, maybe two, steps toward her, when the house started to shake. Hundreds [...]
Gracie treats destruction as a means for attracting attention. Kind of like a monster truck.
See Gracie. See Gracie play. Play, Gracie! Play!
How can you let a sleeping dog lie if she refuses to sleep?
We’re taking a break from reporting on Gracie’s antics this week to say a bittersweet farewell to Sarge the Elderbull.