I’ve made it to day two. I don’t recall the last time I posted something two days in a row. Alas, a challenge where dogs are involved is a good motivator for me.

Please sit back and enjoy my contribution to Blogdramedy’s Blog Shorts, “The Dog Days of Summer”: 10 days, 10 stories, and 110 words.

Diggz and Sawyer

.: Take Two :.

Staring into the eyes of the two pups, Steve knew he found his forever, furry friends. “Mike, I think we should get one of these dogs.”

Distracted by the music, Mike sang, “I hear the drums echoing tonight, but she hears only whispers of some quiet conversation…”


“What? Oh. How can we separate these two pups? They’re siblings.”

“You think we should get Toto, too?”

“HA! Good one.” Mike said. “Yeah, let’s take both pups home. Hey listen, “The wild dogs cry out in the night…”

“Mike stop, or I’ll call for the winged monkeys to take you away.”


Today’s post was inspired by two real sibling pups looking for a new forever home. The pictures shows Diggz and Sawyer, 3yr old pups that get along with adults, kids, other dogs, and cats. If you know someone that may be interested in rescuing these siblings, please contact the Canine Rehabilitation Center by accessing their Facebook Page: Canine Rehabilitation Center and Sanctuary.

And don’t forget…

Check out the other players taking part in The Dog Days of Summer.

Blogdramedy – the alpha dog

1pointperspective – circus dog (inside joke that’s not so inside if you go over and read his blog)

Steve Betz – in for a Penny, in for a pound (I AM good!)

Joe’s Musings – a bit of a scrappy scribbler

Jtailele’s Blog – the unknown element

MC’s Whispers – speaks five languages (not including puppy-speak)

Shouts from the Abyss – he knows how to sit up and beg

H.E. Ellis – he likes pithy and, for some reason, Chevy Impalas

Fix it or Deal – Amy’s into robots so she’s building her own mechanical dog

Lenore Diane – peanut butter & bananas sandwiches make her day (‘ats me!)

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