Doggie Diaries XLII: Adventures at the Library

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Doggie Diaries XLII: Adventures at the Library

Photo of Fenway the dogPhoto of Fenway the dog at the library

From Fenway’s Diary: Wednesday, December 29, 2010


No, I am not a girl. Everyone thinks I am because I am so pretty and dainty and have long, silky, wavy ears and manicured feet (or Muppet paws, as I like to call them!).

I am a 3½ year old Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, and I love to play with tennis balls. Love, love, LOVE them! You would have thought I would have been named Wilson or Penn or Halex, rather than Fenway. Honestly, I am not much into baseballs. They are considerably harder and less fuzzy and less squishy than tennis balls.

My favorite food is salmon. Yumm-o! And I love the ocean. The beach is fun, too. Such fun!

When I am not frolicking on the beach or enjoying a tasty bite of salmon or amusing myself with tennis balls, I volunteer. I am a PAL dog, and I am committed to making the world a better place. Tonight was my first time at the library, although I plan to come regularly in 2011. It was a rewarding experience. I learned a lot from all the books I heard. I listened very attentively to How to be a Good Dog by Gail Page. I suppose there is always room for improvement! The Merry Chase by Clement Hurd gave my mind a bit of exercise and Bittle by Patricia and Emily MacLachlan was a lovely story of acceptance.

Several of my other Cavalier King Charles chums (Pup-a-Roo, Aubrey and Quincy) come to the library, too. Check out the famous portraits of our ancestors!  


Fenway the dog reading at the libraryPhoto of Fenway the dog reading at the library

Cheers,
Fenway

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