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A beautiful pick-me-up

Maybe you need one as much as I do. When this RPM pup was still at BARC and one of our Colorado rescue partners asked us to pull her, I gave her the name Briar Rose. This is of course … Continue reading

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We pause to remember the lost

First Memorial Day at Houndstooth Hall.

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Miss Freida update

Freida was adopted into her forever family this weekend in Colorado. Fingers crossed that Flint’s new family adopts him soon!

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THANK YOU!

This is Freida. You’ll see a few more photos of her before she leaves for Colorado on Thursday. Freida is terrified of noisy places, crates, and cages, so she was really happy that Flint made his trip to Colorado last … Continue reading

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Whimsy and the spin cycle

Over the last year, I’ve done a LOT of laundry. So when we moved into Houndstooth Hall and I began unpacking boxes and finding things I hadn’t seen in a while, I decided to create a fun wall in the … Continue reading

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Flint

Flint is our foster dog for the next couple of weeks until he travels to Colorado. I knew I had to get him out of BARC so he could have his chance at a forever home, so I gave him … Continue reading

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a tradition continues

The last couple of weeks have been cuh-razeee. But as I do every year on April 28, I baked a cake in honor of my late friend Steve R’s birthday. We’re just all so busy that we didn’t have time … Continue reading

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Remembering

What matters in life is not what happens to you but what you remember and how you remember it. Gabriel Garcia Marquez

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Happy Earth Day!

Here are offerings from the grounds of Houndstooth Hall.

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Button Sunday

I recently read Daphne du Maurier and Her Sisters: The Hidden Lives of Piffy, Bird and Bing by Jane Dunn, and though plenty of the details of the sisters’ lives were fascinating, what struck me was that almost every page … Continue reading

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