|Main : Pets : DogsA Clever Dog (by: Author Unknown)|
A butcher watching over his shop is really surprised when he saw a dog coming inside the shop. He shoos him away. But later, the dog is back again.
Animals Are Parents Too (by: Chris)
It would be a better story if I could remember all the details, but even without the details, I believe it still gets the message across. It took a homeless man, to show me what I should have done. He made me a better man that day.
Church Dog (by: Evelyn Olson)
Shortly after Brownie passed away, our minister came to call. After consoling us over our loss, he said, "If there is a heaven for dogs, you can be assured Brownie will be scratching at the door -- and when it is opened, he will be given a place right up front with the best of them."
Lassie and Patches (by: Mary-Ellen Grisham)
For several weeks, my family and I took care of two homeless dogs: Lassie, a Shetland collie, and her son, a pup named Patches. Because we were unable to keep them permanently, I advertised in a local newspaper offering the dogs free to a good home.
Let Sleeping Dogs Lie (by: Susan F. Roman)
One afternoon, I was in the back yard hanging the laundry when an old, tired-looking dog wandered into the yard. I could tell from his collar and well-fed belly that he had a home. But when I walked into the house, he followed me, sauntered down the hall and fell asleep in a corner.
Perfect Dog, The (by: Jan Peck)
During summer vacations, I would volunteer at the vet's, so I'd seen a lot of dogs. Minnie was by far the funniest-looking dog I'd ever seen.
Puppies for Sale (by: Dan Clark)
A store owner was tacking a sign above his door that read "Puppies For Sale." Signs like that have a way of attracting small children and sure enough, a little boy appeared under the store owner's sign.
She Carried Me, Then I Carried Her (by: Melissa Knapp)
She came into my life when I was eight years old. My dad found her at work. She was a stray and starving. He took one look at her, and said "Seems like you could use a good home." He opened up the door to his pickup and she jumped in. Her tailed wagged all the way.
Yoda Story (by: Elizabeth Paterra,)
"A hundred dollars a pound for a little, round, bald-headed, big eared and bright-eyed Cairn Terrier?" I exclaimed. And we certainly did not need another dog, especially one who had a mind of her own.
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