Wordless Wednesday 7/18/18

A Thriftstore Gem Recently, we made a trip through Yellow Springs, Ohio. While there, we stopped in to a number of interesting shops, most steeped in Haight Ashbury nostalgia and reeking og patchouli. One of the highlights, mainly for its lack of cloying incense, was Darkstar Books and Gifts. An cool little place with an…

Summer Reading

Summer usually means at least a few trips to the beach or lake where you can lay back and relax with a good book. One that I am going to highly recommend is “Team Dog:How to Train Your Dog the Navy Seal Way” by Mike Ritland. Ritland first earned his bones as a Navy Seal,…

A Face Only All of Us Could Love

Oogy the dog passed away today. The pit mix became a dog-world icon in 2010 when his disfigured face first graced the cover of, “A Face Only a Family Could Love.” The story of the former bait dog who found love and happiness after such a violent beginning is one well known in the world…

The Christmas List

Christmas is just around the corner,  and while  it is hard to believe another year has passed us by, it is once again time to start making a list and checking it twice when it comes to the dog-lover in your life. If you’re looking for a last minute gift idea or if you need…

Sniffing out some good reads.

This post should have come about 6 weeks ago so you could buy one of these as stocking stuffers for the dog lover in your life, or maybe you can kick off your 2012 reading list with one of these books. The first is a sweeping overview of dogs in the American military obviously written…