All my life safe I have been blessed with the company of loving dogs. Every one was a mixed breed, or mutt, only one was pure breed, a cocker spaniel named Brandy. She was given to me to save her from an abusive master. They say people start to look like their dogs and from the start that was true as Brandy and I shared the same hair color.
|Toby, the Amazing Rescue Dog!|
October is Adopt a Shelter Dog month. and I hope you can open up your heart and home. The reward will be priceless! Here are some stories to celebrate the canines in our lives that really are part of our families.
The Dog and the Cock - Russia
and the Greedy Tortoise – West Africa
The Dog and the Pig – India
The Dog and the Sparrow - Grimm
The Faithful Dog and the Serpent - Jewish
The Giant Dog - Eskimo
Old Dog Learns New
Tricks – Five
folktales from various cultures around the globe.
The Old Dog –
The Sheep, the Shepherd and the Dog - FableSpectre Dogs – England
The Stubborn Girl – Native America/Lenapehttps://www.nativeamericanembassy.net/www.lenni-lenape.com/www/html/LenapeArchives/LenapeSet-01/stubgirl.html
The Tortoise, the Dog and the Farmer - Africa
Why Dogs Sniff
Tails - Iroquois
Why is the dog a
friend of man? – Africa
The Wise Dog – Africa
21 Woof-tastic Kids’
Books About Dogs
Kid’s Wings – Dog
books with units to guide literature circles.
11 Crafts for Dog
CD Dog – Looking
for a way to use your old CD’s? Your children and students will love this
DLTK-Kids – A litter of puppy crafts here to keep the young one’s busy for hours.
Printable Dog Coloring Pages for Kids
National 4-H National Dog Curriculum
5 Mythical and
Supernatural Dogs that will Chill Your Bones
9 Incredible Dogs
from Mythology and Folklore
Animal Folklore of
British Folklore: Legends
of the Black Dog
Dogs and Their Collars
in Ancient Greece
Dog Folklore: Companion
Dogs as Seers, Healers, and Fairy Steeds
Petfinder.com – Looking for an adorable pet to love? This is the place.
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Karen Chace 2011 ©
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