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May 2011

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Sylvia’s Regret

Sylvia’s Regret

Sylvia was a stay at home beagle who fervently wished she enjoyed running away, like all the other beagles she knew.  She lived in a small apartment in Greenwich Village with Mr. Pomeroy, an elderly writer who’d made a name for himself with 525 page novels involving vampire cats who disguise themselves as bulldogs and [...]

A Spring Gathering

A Spring Gathering

Lately there had been so much rain, and after endless evenings dining alone on the same old kibble, the prospect of the spring gathering had lightened his spirits considerably.  Sebastian began to wonder if something was wrong with his memory.   Wrong date?  Wrong hour?  A week ago when he’d received the call, his mouth had [...]

The Spring Dance Season

The Spring Dance Season

Alison (vocals and jew’s harp), Mose (keyboard and harmonica), and Wallace (bass fiddle) were unable to practice very much during the long northeastern winter.  Conditions in the kennel were not exactly ideal for playing music.  A pack of 15 stray mutts in various sizes, colors and temperaments were unceremoniously dropped off by the surly dog [...]

Metamorphosis

Metamorphosis

Gregor began life as a Sheep Dog on a farm in the Lake District of England.  At a young age he learned how to follow Mr. Tupman’s whistle, dash around the hills chasing the odd-smelling wooly beasts until they became a tight herd that moved in one direction.  During the long nights in spring when [...]

Spring Vacation

Spring Vacation

When Fran and Eliot Barkster took the kids to the Boston Aquarium, with a side trip to Salem during spring break, they learned more about their children  (and each other) than they really wanted to know.  With Fran’s 24/7 job as a service dog for Stephen  Hawking, and Eliot’s need to nap at least 18 [...]

Brief Encounter

Brief Encounter

Thomas had never before met a wolf as charming as Radar.  The fact that  Radar only spoke and understood an obscure Mongolian dialect only added to her many wonders.  Dog was such a crude and simple language – so refreshing to meet someone who didn’t have a clue what he was saying.  He found he could talk [...]

Neurosis

Neurosis

In the spring, Morgan and Eudora began hearing sounds that did not actually exist.

A Studio Interview


In Anna Dibble's studio: Kimberly Wang of Eardog Productions
Studio shots, & Pepper, Radar and Theo

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