Life With Dogs: A humorous look into being a dog owner

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I put this page together to take a look at the funny side of living with dogs. My first dog Piper was an “only dog” until I got Asia, so now we are a family of three. It can be crazy, it can be fun, it can be funny, and I wouldn’t trade it for anything! Enjoy and feel free to comment below!

Volume 1: Sharing A House With A Dog.

Volume 2: Sharing A Car With A Dog.

Volume 3: Sharing A Yard With A Dog.

Volume 4: Sharing Problems with A Dog.

Volume 5: Teaching A Dog To Respond Favorably.

Volume 6: Balancing Doggy Instinct With Class.

Volume 7: My Dog Rolls Around On Dead Animals, and Why I Do, Too.

Volume 8: My Two Best Friends Have Tails.

Volume 9: The Lion King.

Volume 10: We’re Almost On A First Name Basis.

Volume 11: My Apologies to an American Idol Star.

Volume 12: A Day at the Park With My Anti-Social Beagle.

Volume 13: My Dogs Drop Bombs and I Pick ‘Em Up.

Volume 14: Alright… Night, Night.

Volume 15: Off the Beaten Path

Volume 16: Like Father, Like Dog

Volume 17: The Land of the Lost

Volume 18: I  Lost My Keys!

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4 thoughts on “Life With Dogs: A humorous look into being a dog owner

  1. Am I right in saying you have beagles too? Or are they foxhounds/harriers? Either way they’re cute, the one on the left’s eyes are extraordinary, never seen blue ones on that kind of dog before.

    • I do! Well, one is full beagle, the other (with the blue eyes) is a mix of beagle/blue heeler/labrador. The beagle is about 25 pounds and the mix is just over 30 pounds, so they’re not big like fox hounds. Do you think beagles in the US look the same as beagles in England? Yours has a different look than mine, but not sure if that’s just a breed difference, or difference in location also. The blue eyed dog, when she was a puppy the lady said her eyes may turn to brown as she grows up, but I’m so glad they didn’t!

      • Yeah the blue eyes are gorgeous, I only really see them on huskies/weimaraners usually. I think they’re probably similar in the two countries but there are two branches in the beagle breed; show beagles (like yours) which are a bit shorter and more square in their build and head, and working/farm beagles (like mine) which are taller with longer, more hound like features.

      • I had no idea that there were 2 different kinds. Thanks for the info! When I get home I’ll tell Piper she’s a show beagle, she’ll like hearing that. She’s already so prissy (unless there’s a rabbit nearby), this will make her feel like a real princess!

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