Everybody knows dogs don’t fly, but that hasn’t stopped Daisy Duke from trying.
When Daisy Duke dug a few holes in the yard, at first we thought it was cute.
We recently had a celebration at our house. It was our first “gotcha day” for Daisy Duke.
December was quite a month for Daisy Duke, who learned she loves snow, is indifferent to Christmas and continues to go to school.
There’s a new thrift store in Johnson City, and it’s gone to the dogs — and cats.
The adventures of Daisy Duke continue, and now our rambunctious bloodhound is going to school.
We celebrated Daisy Duke’s first birthday this week with all the pomp and circumstance you might expect. There were party hats, cupcakes and other dogs.
Daisy Duke got a new fence and everybody involved couldn’t be happier.
Losing a pet can be a traumatic experience, but it can have a happy ending with a little preparation, some help and sometimes a little luck.
Our current hounds all found us as foster dogs who never left. This time, we found her and the Avento herd has grown once again.
Fostering a dog means you take it into your home, care for it and eventually turn it back to a “forever home.” We’re real good at the first part at our house. The second part? Not so much.