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Benny H. is a 7-year-old mixed-breed dog who enjoys writing, meeting new people, and providing companionship to his loving adopter, Liz Hoffmann. They live in Connecticut. Liz has extensive experience in sales, marketing, and opening her heart to shelter animals.

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    September 16, 2021

    The bride, the groom, and the dogs!

    Benny H. is an 8-year-old mixed-breed dog who enjoys writing, meeting new people, and providing companionship to his loving adopter, Liz Hoffmann. They live in Connecticut.

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    August 19, 2021

    Our foster pup named Miles

    Benny H. is a 7-year-old mixed-breed dog who enjoys writing, meeting new people, and providing companionship to his loving adopter, Liz Hoffmann. They live in Connecticut. Liz has extensive experience in sales, marketing, and opening her heart to shelter animals.

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    July 22, 2021

    Why do you have all that stuff?

    Benny H. is a 7-year-old mixed-breed dog who enjoys writing, meeting new people, and providing companionship to his loving adopter, Liz Hoffmann. They live in Connecticut. Liz has extensive experience in sales, marketing, and opening her heart to shelter animals.

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    June 18, 2021

    With a little help from my friends

    Do you ever have something that you need to do and for some particular reason, on that particular day, you just don’t feel like doing it? Does that ever happen to you? Think back and see if maybe you’ve felt this way upon occasion. Perhaps it’s been with the things that humans don’t care for […]

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    May 27, 2021

    Musings on God

    We canines don’t often think, write or bark about God and religion. We especially avoid religion since we’ve seen how destructive disagreements over it can be. Some of you humans even fight wars about it and judge others because of it. That doesn’t seem good to me since I think that people are entitled to believe what they want, as long as they don’t hurt anyone. We dogs know this already and so don’t fight over …

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    April 29, 2021

    A feral cat named Oscar

    Although the pandemic situation has improved, I’ve been sticking close to home. And surprisingly, sticking close to home has not been boring. It’s really been exciting since we now have a feral cat living in our yard! My human first discovered him several months ago when I chased him late at night. It was 9 p.m. and a pitch dark, frigid January evening. I spotted something moving around the garbage cans. It was a …

  • Published
    April 29, 2021

    A feral cat named Oscar

    Although the pandemic situation has improved, I’ve been sticking close to home. And surprisingly, sticking close to home has not been boring. It’s really been exciting since we now have a feral cat living in our yard! My human first discovered him several months ago when I chased him late at night. It was 9 p.m. and a pitch dark, frigid January evening. I spotted something moving around the garbage cans. It was a …

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    February 4, 2021

    Pups are back in the White House!

    Last week my human explained to me that there was a new day starting in the White House. I listened with patience, since I’m not typically interested in politics. I really don’t even know what “politics” are except I did understand that another man would be leading the country now. My human said she was hopeful about things getting better and there being less anger and name-calling by the people at the top. She …

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    January 7, 2021

    Benny’s top ten New Year’s resolutions

    Happy New Year everyone! We all have been eagerly awaiting 2021, even us dogs. It’s time to be hopeful and believe that at some point in the new year that we can put this virus behind us. It’s been difficult to see our humans upset about having to stay home and wear white cloth muzzles when they go out. Also, the holidays were kind of sad since we didn’t have the usual merriment with friends and family. Our …

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    December 10, 2020

    A new chapter for us

    When this pandemic first started earlier in the year, I didn’t think it was a big deal. While it brought some marked changes for me and a lot of dogs, most of the changes were positive. My human was home all of the time; she took me for more walks; and she seemed to crave my companionship more than ever. Well, those changes didn’t seem to be short-lived and have continued on for months now. It’s OK, but it’s also …

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