Suffering Puppy Withdrawal

You know you’re suffering dog withdrawal when you start friending strangers who have one! That goes for the four dogs pictured below, even the two in a car! We collared each of their owners so we could get in a quick pat and scratch and attempt to ameliorate our jones.

I’m writing from Seat 4F onboard Southwest 315, nonstop Seattle to Chicago Midway. We’re on our way home from our Alaskan adventure.

I’m tired… beyond tired. I got about an hour of airline sleep which like airline pretzels comes in too small a quantity to be satisfying!

There’s a blog entry coming about our day in Seattle. This was a first time visit under full sunshine. I know that’s not a realistic condition to judge Seattle, but I really liked what I saw! It’s a clean city full of fit and happy people that seems not to be participating in our nation’s economic downturn.

Liked or just jealous, does it matter?

For now, let’s talk dogs. We both miss Doppler. She was boarded for a few days, then spent the rest of the week with her brother/father (we don’t know) Bentley at Cheryl and Steve’s&#185.

You know you’re suffering dog withdrawal when you start friending strangers who have one! That goes for the four dogs pictured below, even the two in a car! We collared each of their owners so we could get in a quick pat and scratch and attempt to ameliorate our jones.

&#185 – We can’t begin to say how grateful we are to Steve and Cheryl. When Doppler’s with them she’s well taken care of, but more importantly she’s loved as if she was home.

3 thoughts on “Suffering Puppy Withdrawal”

  1. Awwwww….I know how you feel. We always miss our pets so much when we go away, too. You’ll see her soon, though! šŸ™‚ Hope you aren’t back to work for a day or two, because it’s NOT “Don’t go to sleep yet” for you!

  2. All very cute dogs! I miss my dogs when I’m away too even when I’m dog sitting someone else’s. I can’t wait to get back home.

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