Hatch goes to the dogs

October 29th, 2006

Hatch — a Bitch’s choice!


This BarkBack Hatch Fundraiser was something new, and Krie was almost perfect. For an old dog who spent all her days in a kennel, until now, well, she was wide eyed and didn’t quite know what to do. When we got there, they have gated entries so the other dogs won’t get out, and it was so packed that I was a tad bit nervous about her, it meant pushing through people and dogs. New for her, new for me, dogs and people everywhere, and there was only one dog that she interacted with that… well, they had this thing going, it was as if this Boston Bull was teasing her, daring her to chomp. Krie was cool, but ultimately took a nip at his butt, and no more. One dachshund followed Krie intently for a while, but she didn’t envision “lunch.”


Most were used to dog parks and this place, DowntownDogs. I can’t imagine a better place to do dogcare, it’d be good to drop the girls off just to socialize and be dogs. Check their site, Downtown Dogs, what a great way to spend the day.


2 Responses to “Hatch goes to the dogs”

  1. Sundog Says:

    This Hatch fundraiser is a great idea. I wonder, though, how you’ll feel when a Governor Hatch appoints a new, pro-Excelsior Chair to the PUC, and directs his Department of Commerce to get the project built. Doesn’t that thought give you some pause?

  2. Carol Says:

    It would give me pause, and paws, if I thought that might happen, but I find it quite the opposite. And I’ve been dealing with Pawlenty agency appointees and changes and THAT makes me lose my lunch. To think it would continue as it is now is hopelessness defined. That future would be worse than the horrific present.

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