Charlie Bear joined our family in October 2010. He posts on this blog once or twice a week and, since he’s going on four now, he’s decided to share all of his knowledge with all of you. You can find his posts under the Category: Charlie Chat.
As for me and why I write this blog, I’m extremely passionate about helping dogs to find forever homes. Charlie Bear was abandoned, then rescued, fostered, and then found his way into his forever home. One of the reasons I write novels with a dog in each one is to help promote the spirit of keeping our dogs during the good times and also the challenging times. Many times we have to PUT certain things into practice in order to keep our cool under pressure when we rescue a dog, or bring home a dog from a shelter. They all need the same thing:
To view posts about dogs click on “Dogs” in the Category list. You’ll find lots of variety.
The mellow boy below? That’s 11-year-old Rex. We lost him on June 1, 2011. He’s now over The Rainbow Bridge, but while he was here he taught the newcomer, Charlie Bear, a thing or two, like how to shake the dickens out of a stuffed toy, how to stand still when mom has to towel dry you, and how to wait patiently for your dinner. All important to know. Thanks, Rex!