Suzanne Clothier’s Blog

February 22, 2014

When Is a Refrigerator Like a Morgue?

At a farm show many years ago, I came across Nok Out, an odor eliminator which is better than anything I’ve ever seen (and believe me, […]
February 22, 2014

What’s Coming?

Life being the ultimate rollercoaster, it’s never dull around here. As noted in the last post, 2010 has been a year where the winds of change […]
February 22, 2014

Weeds

“I wish there were no weeds in our garden!” But as I plucked the offending plants, I realized that my weed-free fantasy would not be a […]
February 22, 2014

Wag It Games are great!

A fine summer day. People laughing, dogs smiling and wagging their tails. Green grass, blue sky, fluffy white clouds, the whole gorgeous cliche. Add an enthusiastic […]
February 22, 2014

TSA closing breeding center

An email came in this morning from the PennVet Working Dog Center, noting that the TSA will be closing its Canine Breeding & Development Center in […]
February 22, 2014

The Wulf-Spiders arrive!

It’s going to be a great summer, with a brand new litter of four pups to raise and enjoy. On June 19, our lovely girl Spider […]
February 22, 2014

The Stonecutter’s work

A woman showed up at one of my seminars and literally spent most of the first day arguing with me on nearly every point. Or, more […]
February 22, 2014

The Sable Six Arrive

Our lovely girl Spider is clearly a dog who believes in efficiency. After a pleasant visit to the vet’s this morning for x-rays, she came home […]
February 22, 2014

The Pig Chase game

As someone who has lived with pigs for the last 13 years, I have to say they never fail to amuse, delight and most of all, […]
February 22, 2014

The Guilty French

I made an interesting discovery while looking through Small Animal Clinical Nutrition (a must have for serious students of the dog). Found this explanation of why […]
February 22, 2014

The Day Dinner Came Early

Looks like winter’s grip on the farm is loosening. The redwinged blackbirds are back, staking out their territories with their distinctive calls. I saw a killdeer […]
February 22, 2014

Seminar season begins soon!

While I’m enjoying a winter respite, which happily includes snow, many birds at the feeders, and the luxury of not seeing any airports for while, it’s […]