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Sibyl’s delusion

Sibyl’s delusion

Although Sibyl came across to others as a friendly dog, eager to please, sociable and fun to be around, she had another, less obvious side to her personality.   She was under the impression (something she read in an online magazine to which she could never remember the URL )  that she could gain extra attention [...]

Zora’s Endless Summer

Zora’s Endless Summer

Back in January, Zora had reluctantly agreed to fill in as director for a summer camp for foxes and guinea pigs in the Catskills.  She was on sabbatical from her regular job teaching yoga and pilates at Princeton University – and at that brief moment of weakness, she’d  had no other summer plans.  Zora had been divorced [...]

VT to the Forgotten Coast

VT to the Forgotten Coast

Apologies for the break.  We’ve been traveling.  Dogs – it turns out – are far more intrepid travelers than people are.  Although it seems that Routine is carved into domestic dog behavior, most dogs easily adapt to new situations.   Or at least Pepper and Radar do.  They love adventure, even if it means riding in the cab part of [...]

My Dog Tulip

My Dog Tulip

BUY A POSTER PRINT Just finished reading ‘My Dog Tulip’ ,written mid 20th century by J.R. Ackerley. The version I have has an intro by Elizabeth Marshall Thomas who wrote ‘The Hidden Life of Dogs’. One comment she makes: “Any antisocial tendencies that Ackerley may display in these pages are the result of him being pro-dog….Some, [...]

Ordinary Dogs

Ordinary Dogs

Buy Canvas Bag Buy by Phone or Email Ordinary dogs…. 8 A.M. this morning Pep and Radar and I were moving on down the road on the Flats. Our town’s tiny center is by the west branch of the West River, where there used to be a couple of dams and mills. Large fields spread out from [...]

A Studio Interview


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

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