Dogs

August 2017: A Pug by Any Other Name by Kelli Kozak

Maximus Prime. Maxwell Smart. Max-A-Million. Mad Max. My little buddy, Max, for short, is God’s gift to the masses. Highly photogenic and the embodiment of charm and class, Max’s animal magnetism draws people to him as though he were the gnarliest Kardashian and, as expected, is a sought-after prize on countless cell phone cameras. Is…

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July 2017: Dogs Rule at Dunrovin

While Jewel and Kola are certainly the Queen and King canines at Dunrovin, they are not the only ones who call Dunrovin home—for at least part of the time. It has long been Dunrovin’s policy that our workers are welcome to bring their dogs to work as long as everyone gets along and none of…

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July 2017: Red Heeler Puppy – Part 1

  Red Heeler Puppy – Part One by Mackenzie Cole The red heeler had one eye. The other was sewn shut and there was a scar across her nose that was swollen and black. Her ears were both cut. One had a nick almost an inch deep. They healed with a gap, which left them…

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February 2017: Kelli’s Love of Animals

Montana or Bust by Kelli Kozak On Interstate 90, as I wended my way through Washington, then Idaho, I thought a lot about the scores of souls who made the journey across this landscape in covered wagons and stagecoaches. I thought about the definition of “mountain pass.” I thought about Lewis and Clark; about getting…

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January 2017: Kola, The Best Worst Thing

Living with our Jack Russell terrorist, Kola, has been an exercise in patience, anger management, deceptive manipulation, restraint, and finding the humor in every situation. My son Jake really said it best: “Kola is the best worst thing we’ve ever had.” Whoever thought a Jack Russell Terrier would make a great city apartment dog must…

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Kola: The Best Worst Thing

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Holiday 2016: A Jewel of a Ranch Dog

It always amazes me when I read in some national horse magazine, blog, or Facebook page that dogs and horses don’t mix. Most often such articles claim that dogs’ unpredictable behaviors can be the cause of serious accidents, startling both horses and riders, chasing wildlife, or getting underfoot when horses begin to gallop. Clearly the…

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Killer Kola

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