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Based in Atlanta, GA - Rick Limpert is an award-winning writer, a best-selling author, and a featured sports travel writer.

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Entries in dog (4)

Sunday
May212017

Dog Does Yoga

Gives a literal meaning to "Downward Dog."

Monday
Mar062017

Arthur the Dog and His Incredible Journey

I don't think you have to be a dog lover to appreiate this piece, but if you are this is a must watch!

I'm not sure what is the most incredible aspect of this piece...

 

Wednesday
Feb152012

Westminster Throws Pekingese a Bone

Madison Square Garden took a break from "Linsanity" on Tuesday and cheered for a Pekingese named Malachy.

In a deservin win, the Peke whose smushed-in face frames a mop of flyaway fur and whose pace rivals a snail's, became America's top dog by winning best in show at the Westminster Kennel Club.

This little dog beat out the likes of a Dalmatian, German shepherd, Doberman pinscher, Irish setter, a Kerry blue terrier and wire-haired dachshund. A 4-year-old pompom, Malachy wobbled to his 115th overall best in show title.

More than 2,000 purebred dogs in 185 breeds and varieties competed in the nation's most prestigious pooch parade. When it came down to a best of seven, Malachy was the last to enter the darkened ring.

The champion at Westminster wins a coveted silver bowl, but not a cent. Instead, the honor of this title lasts a lifetime for any owner, and brings a wealth of opportunity in breeding potential.

This was the fourth time a Peke won at Westminster, and the first since 1990. David Fitzpatrick, who co-owns Malachy with Iris Love and Sandra Middlebrooks, said the cute pompom was likely headed back to East Berlin, Pa., for a life in retirement.

Wednesday
May112011

Modern Family Quotes from 'Good Cop, Bad Dog'

Phil and Claire swap parenting roles for the day - Claire will assume the role of good cop and Phil the disciplinarian bad cop.  How will the kids react?  Meanwhile Gloria is at it again, taking in every sob story and stray she comes across, Jay finds himself dispensing business advice to an overzealous entrepreneur about his dog training business scheme, and Cameron is stuck in bed with the flu -- leaving Mitchell torn about the Lady Gaga concert tickets they have for later that night.  Oh my!

Here are tonight's quotes.

Mitchell:  It's the one gay cliche I allow myself.

Manny:  In Europe this would be no big deal.

Claire:  What was good about Luke's report card?

Phil: He didn't lose it.

Phil: Dad wants to go go-carting!

Jay: He a dog, that's new.

Mitchell:  The bed kind of looks like a Rose Parade float.

Mitchell:  But there's that Craigslist killer.

Cam:  Can I get one of my little pudding cups?

Guillermo:  The good dog, bad dog training system...

Guillermo: The bad doggie treat is very bland.

Guillermo: Welcome to the ground floor.

Jay: She's peeing on the floor.

Phil: Stop this car!  You poked him!

Jay: Any idea would be a better idea.

Gloria: I put on the sugar jacket!

Manny:  Do you have a skinless chicken breast.

Claire:  What are you going to the ball Cinderella?

Alex:  Dad, we haven't had lunch yet?

Phil:  Either have half the kids in Africa.

Phil:  Grab your buckets and meet me by the car.

Claire: You are not a good bad cop!

Mitchell:  You drank enough of the cough syrup to drop a grizzly.

Gloria: But instead I have Jay.

Cam: You're still blinking sweetie!