Radar’s Corner

Radar’s Dream Dog House

Hello it is Radar.

I have told you before that I love dogs who are heroes, like the dogs who helped search the buildings after 9/11.

Here is a dog I just met who was not at 9/11 but is like those dogs because he tries to make our humans safe. His name is Artos and he has a business card.

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I am going to ask humantom for a business card.  My business card will smell like tennis ball and old shoe.

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Artos works at Hearst Castle, which is a huge house with lots of trees and shrubs. I love trees and shrubs. Love love love.

The humans who used to live here had a dog who climbed a ladder to get into a fountain.

Hearst dachsund ramp by Lance McCord CCommons

I will tell you more about Hearst Castle soon. It has the greatest lake I have ever seen.

Hearst Neptune pool

LOL (lots of licks),

Radar

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Bella Bags a Big One

Hello it is Radar. This is my blog called Radar’s Corner. (I tell it to humantom, who types it for me.)

Here is my friend Bella. She likes to fetch sticks. Today she caught a big one.

Radar's Corner - Bella plays fetch

I love to fetch sticks.

It makes me happier than almost anything except eating, sleeping, licking, Chew Toy, jumping, sleeping some more, sniffing, and barking at leaves, which are the other things I also love more than almost anything.

Humantom is not good at fetching sticks. He has to use his hands. It is sad to watch, but he tries.

LOL (lots of licks),

Radar

 

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Dog Blog

Hello it is Radar. This is my dog blog called Radar’s Corner.

I tell my blog to humantom who types it for me. I have paws which are awesome for running and digging holes in the carpet and laying your head on for a nap. But paws are not good at typing.

I love dogs who are heroes.  I am not a hero but I want to be one some day.

Photo by Andrea Booher/ FEMA News Photo

Photo by Andrea Booher/ FEMA News Photo

There were many dog heroes and human heroes on 9/11.

Photo by Michael Rieger / FEMA News Photos

Photo by Michael Rieger / FEMA News Photos

About four hundred dogs from all over this country and other countries brought their humans to New York City to help the search at Ground Zero after 9/11.  Some dogs wore special shoes to protect their paws.

Photo by Michael Rieger/ FEMA News Photo

Photo by Michael Rieger/ FEMA News Photo

Photo by Andrea Booher/ FEMA News Photo

Photo by Andrea Booher/ FEMA News Photo

Photo: © 2004-2011, National September 11 Memorial & Museum at the World Trade Center Foundation, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Gift of the photographer, Diane Blell Studios.

Photo: © 2004-2011, National September 11 Memorial & Museum at the World Trade Center Foundation, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Gift of the photographer, Diane Blell Studios.

I have not met them nose-to-nose but I have met them in pictures.

Photo by Michael Rieger / FEMA News Photos

Photo by Michael Rieger / FEMA News Photos

I picked this one because there is a scene in the book Eleven where the Man in the White Shirt comes upstairs from the subway. It might have happened here.

K-9 search dog on escalator at Ground Zero

Some day I would like to meet these dog heroes and give them a sniff to say thank you.

LOL (lots of licks),
Radar

 

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