I’m a professional dog trainer and I’m also a writer. I blog a lot. But I don’t really know many other dog bloggers. This effort of “Meet the Blogger” was dreamed up by a fabulous blogger named AJ who runs a great blog called I Still Want More Puppies.
- Who’s your favorite actor? Oh, there are so many. I’m in love with George Clooney. I adore Julia Roberts. A wish I could be real-life friends with Melissa McCarthy. And I want to be Sandra Bullock’s bestie.
- Which skill would you choose to otherwise refine or excel? I wish I could sing. (So does my husband.)
- What one word would people who know you use to describe you? Traveler.
- What is one thing you’ve done that you’re most proud of? Starting my own business and making it grow.
- What melts your heart? I have two and can’t decide which one melts more. So here they both are. (1) When my yellow Labrador (seen in the picture above) lays his head on me. He’s not a big snuggler, so it’s a big deal when he graces me by placing his head on me and snuggling in for a good nap. (2) The second thing is seeing a service dog that we’ve raised working as a solid, devoted, and skilled partner. We’re raised 15 dogs so far. And that gets me every single time.
- I never wanted kids. I don’t consider myself a mom to my dogs, nor do I think my dogs are kids with fur.
- I jumped out of an airplane at 13,500 feet and was scared out of my skin. But it was the most exhilarating moment of my life.
- I’m an only child and love it. I never wanted a sibling. Ever.
- I’m a word nerd — I like to dissect words, learn their history, know their antonyms and synonyms. I’ve actually read the dictionary for fun.
- I have a crazy vivid imagination. Sometimes it’s too vivid and I scare myself.
We’re supposed to use current pictures, but I had to throw this one in. It’s one of my favorite pictures of Tango and I. It’s several years old. My hair is now much shorter. Tango’s hair is now much grayer. Any picture with Tango is actually one of my favorites. He makes any picture better!
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