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After some delay due to Life, here’s the latest humor column from our litter-mate blog, Sleeping between Giants:

A Quiet, Retiring Dog

“How heart-warming when a professional dog can retire before she’s blown up. So many of us just settle for Medicare….”

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Trade policy is so barking complicated!

The latest cartoon from our litter-mate blog, Sleeping between Giants:

The Trouble with Tariffs

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Dogs of a Feather

On a commercial flight, the benefit of sitting next to a peacock outweighs the drawbacks. During a midair emergency I plan to grab anything with wings that might provides extra lift.

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Dogs in recovery

First WriteGood column of the new year!

Wha’da I win?

Dogs in recovery.

From our litter-mate blog, Sleeping between Giants: Life, if you could call it that, with a terrier.

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Taxing strategy

The tax plan affects everyone, even if they’re furry, have a tail, and drink from the toilet.

Here’s the latest strip from our litter-mate blog Sleeping between Giants about life, if you could call it that, with a terrier.

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It works on many levels.

Take four knees!

Flag, freedom, and fur! The dogs take a stand on taking a knee.

The latest from our litter-mate blog Sleeping between Giants: Life, if you could call it that, with a terrier.

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Dogs love children! And not just as a viable food source.

This mother asks Budleigh the terrier:

“Dear Budleigh.

Do you get along with kids? My toddler is infatuated with dogs. She won’t go anywhere without her toy “Fooby”. But somehow she’s detached both Fooby’s ears and split a seam where he once had a tail. Could that behavior be a problem someday? How can I prepare her for a world full of canines?”

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