“Me own a dog?!  I don’t think so.  Not at this point in my life.  I want to travel and be carefree.  I don’t have the time nor the energy to take care of a dog right now.”  We’ll, that is what I thought before I met “Prissy,” a stray that I took in for about a week.  I was happy that her owner was found, but was devastated that I had lost a friend.  This is when I knew it was time for me to at least start thinking about having a dog in my life again.

I soon adopted this cute little puppy from the local humane society.  She turned out to be a little more than I bargained for, in both size and energy, but I now wouldn’t have it any other way.

I have been posting stories about her on Facebook and people tell me all of the time that they enjoy them. I thought if my friends were entertained by what she did, then other people might be also.  My plan is to write about the cute, and not so cute, everyday things she does. I also plan to travel with her, and blog about dog friendly places, both locally, and wherever our adventures take us.

I would love to connect with other dog lovers across the country to learn about places Tippy and I might enjoy exploring together.

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      1. Tippy is a mutt too. We think she is a mix of Australian Shepherd and German Shepherd. Based on her behavior, she definitely has some sort of herding dog as a relative. I’ve thought about getting one of those DNA test kits to see what it says, but haven’t yet.

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    1. Thank you for the kind words about my blog. I hit the wrong button all of the time or will publish before I mean to. I always forget to add tags and have to edit almost every post. LOL I may have to try these treats. Tippy LOVES peanut butter. I have a recipe I am going to try for peanut butter and pumpkin treats. If I do try it, I’ll let you know how she likes them.

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  1. My rescue dog is called Benji. We go out together all the time but the only real road trip we have been on was when I drove back home after I had adopted him from the Rescue Group – a distance of about 500 miles – with one overnight stay.. Now that the warmer weather is coming back, we will be found more often at the beach or the wetlands.

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