After the heartbreaking loss of Argos the Greyhound, we decided to adopt another dog. It seemed kind of quick, but we had a huge hole in our hearts and this little dog needed a home. Meet Avie I introduced her in the last post, mentioning that we found this sweet dog on She is 3 years old, spayed, and up-to-date on all of her vaccinations. She needed a nail trim,[…]

As I wrote about yesterday, the sudden loss of Argos had all of us reeling. The happiness of the graduation celebration was a stark contrast to losing our beloved Greyhound. I was worried about Purl. She is not a leader dog. She depended on having other dogs around, especially her buddy Argos. Added to this, the commotion of a busy house and company was overwhelming for her. We gave her a room[…]

Argos the Greyhound was a big Greyhound (just over 80 pounds) and he has been a big part of this blog and of course, our life, too. It was with shocked and heavy hearts that we had to say goodbye to him in June. It has taken me a while to write about our loss. The Shock June was an extra happy time this year – celebrating our son’s high[…]