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Holiday Cards

Holiday Cards

DibbleDog is offering holiday cards this year.  You can choose one or all four cards.  We will ship them to you in time for holiday mailing.  LISTS:  Email us your holiday name and address list, and we will write a holiday greeting inside, and ship your cards for you.   Contact Anna at anna@dibbledog.com for prices.  [...]

The Return of the Woofers

The Return of the Woofers

Mose, keyboard and harmonica, Wallace, bass fiddle, and Alison, vocals and jew’s harp were taking a well deserved break after a crazy summer on the road.  Their rusty 1979 Chevy van, Bobby Johnson – named after their favorite player of the blues, had miraculously made it from home in New York, NY in mid-June to San Francisco [...]

That second martini

That second martini

Ever since his bone digging championship days in high school,  Morris had considered himself  socially popular.  He’d earned a Masters at Harvard in cat psychology, landed a job in a research lab where he was paid very well to study the tendency of cats to suddenly run away from home.  Morris had always been the [...]

A Rising Star

A Rising Star

Eliza lived in a fifth floor walk-up in Venice, California.  The only neighborhood she could afford, with her miniscule salary, was mostly populated by unemployed cats and mice.  The only dogs she’d ever noticed on her block were just passing through.  Even tough Bulldogs tended to glance around warily and scurry away quickly.   During the [...]

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 Thinking Dog

The Thinking Dog

Forrest had always enjoyed thinking.  He thought about why things break, how steel is made, the lifestyle of ants and bees, why families were often so difficult, and how stupid he’d been when he lost his tail during the war.  If his lost tail crossed his mind, he had a hard time getting it out [...]

A Turning Point

A Turning Point

Augusta was bored.  Recently she realized she’d  mainly been seeking satisfaction  vicariously.   For several years she had always been eager to try a new dog park, a new kennel, new breed, new species to bark with, roll around on the ground with, lie around in the grass with.  Lately she’d even befriended an intriguing pack [...]

Finn and Noelle paint the town?

Finn and Noelle paint the town?

For several months, Finn and Noelle had been looking forward to the annual Black Tail Ball at the exclusive Cat Scratch Club in Manhattan. Although 100 cats would be in attendance, only 15 dogs had received invitations. Noelle surmised that she and Finn had been included because of their unusually positive attitude towards cats. They [...]

Boston Globe article

Boston Globe article

In yesterday’s Boston Globe there was a good article about the ‘humanization’ of dogs: Go to: http://www.boston.com/bostonglobe/ideas/articles/2009/03/29/the_family_dog Mentioned in the article is a study in the Journal of Business Research last year that followed the changes in depictions of animals in magazine ads: In the 1920s fashionable women strolled outdoors with their dogs, by midcentury dogs [...]

A Studio Interview


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

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