Dogi Pot (07/04/2009) This Dogi Pot on the trail around the State Capitol indicates that dogs are welcome on the site.
Dogs of Service (07/04/2009) Coco was unnerved by the bronze of a service dog on the West Side of the Capitol.
Cheerio Human (07/07/2009) Click on picture to read Coco's opinion of humans that toss cheerios to dogs.
Coco Approves (09/09/2009) Granny scrapes off the last pieces of the turkey for Coco ... gaining Coco's approval of the process.
A Present From Coco (09/09/2009) Here's a fun gift idea. I placed some chocolate in a clean doggie poop bag. Slapped on a ribbon and a note saying `Happy Birthday from Coco!` The gift was cheap, well received, and, yes, I re-used the bag when I took Coco for a walk after the party.
Hypno Eyes (09/09/2009) One of the secret weapons of doggies is hypno-eyes. With these hypno-eyes Coco forces chips from the small paper plate into the doggie's snout.
The Culvert (12/11/2009) I tried to coax Coco through the tube, but the doggie wanted nothing to do with the spooky cement hole.
Dainty Paws (12/11/2009) The well groomed lady dog crosses her paws when sleeping.
Cat in a Cage (12/11/2009) I put this little lost kitty in a cage and took it down to an animal shelter to scan for a chip. For the chip system to work, people who find lost animals need to get the things scanned.
Sandy Paws (12/19/2009) Coco hung her stocking by the chimney with care. We will have to wait to see if she was a good enough dog for Sandy Paws to give her a treat.
Doggie Booties (12/19/2009) Coco paws were all sore from running in the snow (and walking along the salty streets). We bought her some snow booties to help her along the way.
Snow Booties (12/19/2009) Coco got a set of doggie booties for the snow.
Chair Politics (03/22/2009) The reclining chair in the kitchen is the center of pack politics. I took this picture of Coco defending her time to sit in the chair and did not catch the importance of the message on the chair until I downloaded it from the camera.
Coco is a small chocolate lab mix that came into this world round about August 2004. She showed up at our door step in November snow storm. Coco spends most of her time in Salt Lake City. But she has travelled throughout the mountain west.
Round about December 2004, Coco met a kind young lady named Kelly Milligan of the Midvalley Animal Clinic. Coco's lineage of puppies came to an abrupt end.
Unable to have puppies of her own. Coco is now intent on improving the lot of dogs by having as much fun as possible and getting petted a lot and jumping up on ever person or dog she meets.
Coco thinks people should buy pet supplies from the pet stores listed on her web masters ecommerce page...cause that means more play time. Coco's favorite pet store is:
NOTE: Coco would like to remind any dog reading this forum to neither sit nor stay when commanded by humans. Obeying commands transfers too much power to the bipeds. Well, unless treats are involved. It is okay to sit for a treat. Puppies are allowed to sit for treats. Staying, however, is out of the question. Puppies must draw the line somewhere.