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Apr 4, 2009

Red Friend Story #2: My snout is a warm glowing auburn

Goody Beagle here. My human says I am a partial-redhead because my shoulders and my ears and most of my snout are a warm glowing auburn, which is just another word for red. I guess I’ll have to take her word for it, because I am a dog and like all dogs I don’t do colors.

Maybe you feel sorry for us dogs because we can’t see colors. Don’t be. We are the ones who feel sorry for you because you can’t do smells.

I think colors and smells might be the same thing anyway. What you call black dogs have a spicy, in-your-face smell, and what you call brown dogs have an earthy, hole-digging smell. White dogs have a smell like seagulls on the beach. All good smells. But redhead dogs – now there’s the best smell of all. Dogs like me, from the tri-color Beagle clan, and dogs from the Irish Setter clan, and even dogs from the rust-colored Pekinese clan – we have a richer, deeper, more satisfying smell – a smell that says “this is an interesting creature and you should give it a cookie so it will stay around a long time.”

Then we will give you a nice face lick and be your friend for always.

About the Author:

Location: Bellevue, Washington
Kim Pearson is the author of five books, including Dog Park Diary: the Social Round of Goody Beagle, and a ghostwriter of more than thirty non-fiction books. Dog Park Diary is the first she has ghostwritten for a dog. For more about Dog Park Diary, visit

http://www.dogparkdiary.net/, and for more about Kim’s ghostwriting services, visit http://www.primary-sources.com/.
Photography of Goodie and Kim & Goody: © 2007 Anne Lindsay. All rights reserved.

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