Fine Dining

February 22, 2010
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Fine Dining

I awoke stiff and somewhat disoriented. She carefully cushioned my leap off the end of the bed. More than once she had seen my old legs give way as I collapsed awkwardly onto the carpet. I am motivated to leave the bed only for my breakfast. The one requirement She exacts is that I...
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George

February 15, 2010
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George

I have always had an affinity for large male dogs. Though at an early age I was rendered unable to have offspring, I maintained throughout my life a strong  attraction to members of the opposite gender. I had high standards and still do. The gentleman dog of my choosing must be strongly built, larger...
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The Early Days

February 14, 2010
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The Early Days

I look back on my early days with both clarity and confusion. Was I really once so small that she could easily carry me in her arms? Did I really spend my first nights with her sharing the same pillow? I vividly recall the night I realized I no longer could fit my entire...
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How It Started

February 13, 2010
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How It Started

My days are numbered and the number is small. But she can not yet bear to think of my passing. So I do my best to appear as sturdy as my old bones allow. She tells me daily how much she loves me. She says she knows this is probably my last year. But...
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We’re Barking!

February 12, 2010
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We’re Barking!

The dog door is open!  It wasn’t easy, but we finally launched our new site – BarkingProse – where dogs have their say. We’ll tell you about Asherpark, a magical place where dog dreams really do come true, and how we try to help old dogs.  Gotta run, Asher
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