Spirit's First Road Trip
Boarding The Blind Dog

Who Steals From Blind Dogs

How Spirit Become A Part Of Our Family- Part 1 copy 2

Who steals from blind dogs?

That would be Cecil.

Spirit: Hey! That’s mine!

Cecil: It was just lying on the ground.

Spirit: I put it down for a second and it was gone!


The second Spirit puts down anything, off Cecil goes with it. Right to his stash.

Spirit: Hey! That’s my stuff!


Cecil! Stop stealing from blind dogs. Why do you do this to Spirit?


Cecil: It’s my hobby.


Before you all feel sorry for Spirit, he’s not exactly innocent either. Let’s talk about my roses.


A client of mine was moving and as a good bye gift, she picked some beautiful roses from her garden, placed them in a lovely vase, and gave them to me.

Spirit: Hmmmm. They smell good enough to eat.


I placed them on my kitchen countertop.

Spirit: That was your first mistake.


Don’t even think about it!

Spirit: Catch me if you can. I’m the wind. Munch munch munch.

I couldn’t catch him in the act. I would hear the munching and run over to the kitchen and all that was left was some petals on the floor.  I have two doors in my kitchen that I keep open at all times. You know, so the blind dog doesn’t run into them.

Spirit:Munch munch munch.



Oh, did I close that door. Leave my roses alone.

Spirit: Totally worth it. By the way you need more roses.



You may not have any sympathy for Spirit if you’ve been in one of my pet first aid classes where he was in attendance. 

As you all know, Spirit was an integral part of our pet first aid classes. He is greeter and lover of all attendees.

Always available to take his pulse.

However, we have to start each class with a disclaimer. “While Spirit is a blind dog, his nose works very well. Please pick up anything off the floor you don’t want this blind dog rummaging through.”

Spirit: Ha ha ha! They don’t always listen do they. Yum!


Stay tuned for more epsisodes!!!!

Mary is a business, wellness, and safety strategist who specializes in the pet industry. She has contributed to the professional pet industry as a consultant, speaker, writer, and progressive leader.

You can contact Mary by dropping a message or email her at Mary@PawsitivelyPretty.com



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