I know I owe you - my three readers - an advice post but I've been so busy preparing myself for this little conference I'm going to that I have not yet written a response to your (my readers in the queue) questions. I'm sorry for that. I promise that as soon as I get back I'll get down to the business of forcing my opinions on how you should raise your dogs. You're welcome.
In the meantime, if you have not yet sent in a question about your dog's behavior, training or lack thereof, or any other dog related question you can think of - and you'd like to - please send them to Dog Gone Blog at yahoo dot com. I'm really enjoying the ones I've received so far and the ones coming up are really fantastic, in a horribly difficult to answer sort of way. They really run the gamut but what I'm really looking for is questions from families with dogs. In particular, families with school-aged or younger children. And if you're thinking of getting a dog in the near future and you already have kids at home, I'd love to hear from you too.
And to you readers who found yourself here from one of my business cards - Hello! Welcome. Pull up a chair. Don't mind the dog hair, there's nothing I can do about that. But it adds a certain something to the wardrobe, don't you think? If you look closely at my clothing or my laptop while we're at Blogher you're sure to find a few stray dog hairs sticking out here and there.
So, as I was saying to you newbies - have a look around. Get comfortable. Feedback is important to this blog so if you'd like to see something in particular or you would like some advice (hey, it's free!) send your thoughts to the address above. Or leave it in the comments. Or buy me a drink at Blogher and tell me all about your pooch. I love to talk dog.
I'll be back next week! Chow chow.
(Yeah, I know it's spelled "Ciao", but a Chow is a dog and I thought it was funny and... Sheesh. Tough audience.)