Raising Your Paws - Your Pet Parent Resource

Do You Have a Story to Tell About Your Pet? (Blog #67)

Published: 05/19/2020
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One of your pet’s stories could be heard on the Raising Your Paws Podcast.  I’ve started a new feature on the show – telling true, funny, scary, crazy or heartwarming stories about dogs and cats from pet parents and owners like you.  And you just might have the possibility of telling the story yourself on the podcast. If you’re too shy for that, I’ll tell your story -announcing that the story is yours and posting a photo of your soon-to-be admired pet. The way this will work is, sometimes, I’ll pick a theme  and let you know what it is, by announcing it on the podcast, listing it here on the website and on our facebook page. If you have a story that fits that theme, or in general have a story you love telling your friends about your dogs and cats, I’m inviting you to send me an e-mail letting me know you have a notable story. I’ll get in contact with you and we’ll take it from there. The theme we’ve had people tell their stories about so far is, a dog or cat that did something that got you out of trouble or whose antics got you into a whole mess of trouble. If you have a story like this, let me know at  susan@raisingyourpaws.com. In this episode of Raising Your Paws, you’ll hear about a small dog, with big plans. Frank Pantell, tells the stories of how Paulie, the family dog, got him into trouble  – more than a few times.

Here are photos that go along with the story.

Paulie Pantell on Mother’s day. Looks so innocent.

Paulie, Noodle, and Larry at the office. Just waiting to make their break out the office door.

One of Paulie’s greatest skills. Opening bags of food. This is the puffed rice.

Frank Pantell, the storyteller and Paulie.