Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Sunday, November 16, 2014

The Four-Team College Football Playoff:

Will the Oregon Ducks make it? Many college football fans throughout the nation--and particularly on the West Coast--worry that choosing the "final four" for the first college playoff will favor the East Coast and the SEC. Even the dogs have selected their favorites.
But, as you can see, they're worried. Will their hopes and dreams be dashed by the selection committee? Stay tuned. If the Ducks win out, they should be in, and SEC and FSU beware. Do your dogs have a favorite for the Final Four? Speak up below in the Comments section. In the meantime, here's a link to a little pre-Christmas Dog Music video: K-9 Christmas. If you like it, buy or download the CD, "For Dog Lovers Only" before Christmas. If you do, all proceeds will go to the Oregon Humane Society

Saturday, April 16, 2011

RIP Dear Watson

Our wonderful shelter dog, Watson, passed away, after battling cancer for the past two years. He leaves behind great sadness and wonderful memories. Here's a link to some photos:

Wednesday, December 08, 2010

Happy Holidays from Da Dogs

Watson and Cricket have given us so much joy for so many years, we wish them a happy holiday season this year. To the right, you can hear for free their own Canine Christmas song which, cleverly, they named "K-9 Christmas." Also available for download from iTunes and most other online digital music download sites.

Tuesday, November 02, 2010

Children and Higher Office

This election night will determine if 4-year-old Gracie Linh Hoffman will become a US Senator. But one severe critic has questioned whether the responsibilities of a Senator would be incompatible with a healthy childhood. It turns out that holding a position as a senator is perfect for a 4-year-old (subject to those pesky constitutional age limitations). After all, who acts more like little children than many of our elected representatives? Gracie could continue to enjoy her childhood, act like a 4-year-old, and fit right in--except that she doesn't throw as many tantrums as some of the older senators. She knows everything there is to know about earmarking funds for her special projects and how to assert herself by putting a "hold" on anything her parents might otherwise do until they pay due attention to her. And, as for the Bridge to Nowhere, she's building it on the family room carpet (see photo, above), but merely needs more funding to finish it up. So Gracie holding high office and her childhood are incompatible at all.