While I do feel affection for my human because she feeds me and takes me running -- well – jogging, I will be the first to tell you that she is unorganized, and has difficulty finding time to write.
I heard her say last night that she had over 20 articles started and she can’t seem to finish any of them…loser. So, I have taken it upon myself to write one for her. I am, after all, a working breed.
My human is small and weak, like her vocabulary. As it happens, I am half Border Collie. We have very big vocabularies, you know. Unlike my human, I am constantly working on my lexicon. I learned a new word and it’s a good one. Ready?
Brachycephalic. Don’t panic. It’s just two latin roots squashed together: short and head. Like the dogs they describe. Breeds of dogs with pushed-in faces are known as brachycephalic breeds.
love to ride in cars, right? Moondoggie
comes almost everywhere with me, and is perfectly at home in the dog bed in the
back of my car. How many of you have
“lost” the dog, only to find that your loyal companion simply snuck back into
however, there are exceptions. Did you know that a small percentage of dogs get
carsick? The good news is that this is more typical in puppies and young dogs
because their inner ear structures are not fully developed. Many dogs that suffer carsickness as puppies
grow out of it.
if they don’t, there are things you can do to help your dog feel better.