Sunday, July 29, 2012


Sometimes Mrs. Master needs help with her sewing.

Seeing how sewing assistant is one of the many hats I wear around Webster Manor, it seemed appropriate that I teach Nellie this fine art.
The key to success is to always have at least one paw on the fabric at all times.

Usually, I lay on top of it to make sure it doesn't move.

Do you see how fast Nellie learned this skill?  I have a certain family in mind for her (you know, so she can sew often).

Unfortunately, Mrs. Master is the ungrateful type and moved her whole project to the dining room table.

Looking for a new boss,

Nora B. Webster

Thursday, July 26, 2012


It's been really sunny and hot here lately.

That's why we're squinting.

In other news, someone needs to adopt Nellie before she becomes a permanent fixture.

Master snapped this photo and I'm using it as evidence to why Mrs. Master shouldn't be allowed to have fosters.

She clearly knows nothing about discipline or showing the foster who's boss.

Someone who can actually teach Nellie how to be a good dog should adopt her.  SOMEONE who's name is NOT Mrs. Master.

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Tattle Tale,

Nora B. Webster

PS.  Happy Birthday Puddles.  We took a photo of a man wearing a hat made out of a beer can box and were going to send it to you but it came out all fuzzy.  Boo for fuzzy photos.

Monday, July 23, 2012

Where We've Been

 Sorry we've been M.I.A.  Nellie had her surgery to make sure she doesn't ever have to have puppies again.

Then Mrs. Master had a work conference.

Of course, I had to supervise Master and keep everyone in line the whole time.

Now I'm going to take a nap.


Nora B. Webster

PS.  Just as Army of Four predicted, Nellie is a  bit nicer to me after being spayed.

Monday, July 16, 2012

Head Shots

On walks, people always say, "OH!  What Pretty Dogs!"
Clearly, I am more than just a pretty face.
Nellie, on the other hand, well....

Ms. Personality,

Nora B. Webster

PS.  We're super hit or miss on blogs during the weekend.  It's likely we read your blog but were too busy being lazy to comment.  Sorry!

Friday, July 13, 2012

Nellie Sue

 Now, just because we've given her a middle name doesn't mean she's sticking around.

I'm walking real careful here b/c she really hates me and I'm afraid of her.
 Nellie was used for breeding before she escaped (or was dumped) and ran free for somewhere around 30 days.

She's timid and it takes a long time to build her trust.

Unfortunately, she still doesn't trust me.
 She really loves snuggling though so you know who loves her.
It's such a shame that such a sweet, beautiful girl is fearful of sudden movements and nice dogs like me.

Not even intimidating at all,

Nora B. Webster

Thursday, July 5, 2012


 I had no idea how difficult it was to manage a puppy!
I mean, I've learned a thing or two from Frankie about keeping close watch over all their puppy antics (see my nose over there on the left side?).

Sheesh.  Puppies.
 Sometimes you just have to show them how to act.

"Get out Betsy, and you watch me for awhile."
Don't worry, I showed her that good dogs DO NOT potty in the pool.

Is it nap time yet?

Nora B. Webster

Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Baby Betsy

 Betsy is 5 months old and really has A LOT to learn.

Here I am telling her that it's not bone time but rather, time to play.
 She's lucky that I'm happy to share my bones with other dogs.
 She's only at Webster Manor for a couple of days.

Her naughtiness matches her cuteness.

So much to teach, so little time,

Nora B. Webster

PS.  I'm not sure what happened with the formatting of my last post.  Sorry about that!

Sunday, July 1, 2012


I have an announcement to make once Boris decides to get up.

This guy here had a rough start at first...both health and behavior wise.  But, like always I've done a good job turning him into a good dog.
So, when a super nice family decided they wanted an exceptional dog.

I knew they'd love him and I'm never wrong.

Do you think Mrs. Master will be lonely without her shadow?

Good luck to you Boris now Ginko.  We will miss you!

Nora B. Webster