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This dog is beginning to irritate!!!
Are you beginning to see dogs as coyotes? Maybe the dogs are awaiting a signal to rise up against their masters. Nevermind, that is just the old Southern fear re-expressing itself.
Palladian: Holly would be pals with your Boston Terrier if ever they met. She isn't really a coyote. Althouse just likes to pretend.
...just like she doesn't really have a red wing. That's a blade of red grass I stuck in her collar as a joke. Althouse can be easily amused.
I would miss a dog like that if I moved away. I would also be concerned about how well it would be taken care of under new management.
Yes, NKVD, I will miss Holly. I'm sure there will be visits. And I know her owners - my good neighbors - will continue to take very good care of her.
Put a woman’s head on that photo of Holly and you’ll have a new kind of sphinx.If you lift its tail, you’ll see its sphinxter
Ha ha ha. That reminds me, Bissage -- Holly the anubis.
An ankh for her dog collar and she's all set!
What does Holly symbolize for Althouse? There must be something to this but I'm stumped.
"Althouse can be easily amused."A fine trait. My wife is that way too. She is a good natured soul and if she is easily amused by me (she is) she is definitely easy to amuse.Today is our fourth wedding anniversary and we still amuse each other greatly.But we know that our dog is not a coyote.
"What does Holly symbolize for Althouse?"Holly is the animal that doesn't object to being seen in photographs on this blog.
Ah, amusement! One of the keys to a long and happy marriage.
Admit it professor, you love Holly and take her pictures the most, but try to say it's a viewpointy thing. Wait until you have a granddaughter and see how many pictures you take of her.
The New York Times, earlier this year:“In a bit of genetic sleuthing, a team of researchers has determined that black wolves and coyotes in North America got their distinctive color from dogs that carried a gene mutation to the New World.“The finding presents a rare instance in which a genetic mutation from a domesticated animal has benefited wild animals by enriching their “genetic legacy,” the scientists write in Thursday’s Science Express, the online edition of the journal Science. Because black wolves are more common in forested areas than on the tundra, the researchers concluded that melanism — the pigmentation that resulted from the mutation — must give those animals an adaptive advantage.”
Does anyone know kind(s) of dog Holly is? She looks very much like my dog-of-unknown-provenence.
You won't know what Holly does, or does not, object to until it's too late.
Holly is the animal that doesn't object to being seen in photographs on this blog.Which animal objects?
The red Poodles don't object to being seen in photographs on this blog. They rather like it.
An experienced dog will sabotage photographs, usually by dropping what's being held, or moving so the desired background is no longer in the background relative to you.
Althouse, maybe you need one of these to keep around the house in Madison. It could accompany you to work.
"Does anyone know kind(s) of dog Holly is? She looks very much like my dog-of-unknown-provenence."It looks like a Groenendael or black Belgian Shepherd.http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Belgian_Shepherd_Dog#Groenendael
jpr9954: Cool. But I think Holly is a shepherd/border collie mix. She came to my neighbors through an organization called Sheltered Paws.
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