Posts Tagged ‘Friend of the Month’

More on Chance


October 3rd, 2020 Posted 8:00 am

Pat Thurber, human companion of Chet’s October Friend of the Month, kindly tells us a bit about Chance:

“Chance and his ‘grandma’ ( as I am known to him ) thank you. He came as a ‘rescue’, his mom a working nurse, 13 hour days, couldn’t keep the three dogs she had and offered him back to the breeder who knew our clan needed another member. He was given the name by my grandson since he was in need of a home, and Derek said since this was his second Chance, he deserved that name. And thereby our Tale (tail) began. Again, thank you to all you lovely people who saw in him what I’ve been most fortunate enough to experience every day. Chance says thank you too, again🤗. He is a Border Collie, 12 years+ old, has liver cancer and was supposed to die a year and a half ago. We gave him milk thistle and it seems to have dampened the development of those cancerous mites.”


Meet Chance!


October 1st, 2020 Posted 9:00 am

Chet’s October Friend of the Month. Check out the FB page for details on all the awesome prizes (actually prize, singular) and how it could be you in November!


Friend of the Month Reminder


September 30th, 2020 Posted 8:30 am

Last day of the month – already? – meaning last day of eligibility to be Chet’s October Friend. (Chet has a new friend every month.) Just post a pic to his FB  page. The random number generator (below) is takin’ charge and namin’ names (literally). Winner is the profile pic for the month (where Poppy is now) and the human companion gets a signed copy of the latest Chet and Bernie novel – Of Mutts And Men.


Poppy (More)


September 4th, 2020 Posted 8:14 am

Katie Marcucci, human companion of the late Poppy, Chet’s September friend of the month, kindly sends us this:

“About my Poppy girl. I would love to share that she was a Chinese Crested Powderpuff and had the softest curly hair ever.
When I met her at 6 months old I knew she was my heart dog. She had this 6th sense about me and my family and our needs. She was loving, joyful, happy, and so content to snuggle, she brought peace and happiness to my home.

Poppy was heaven on earth and no one in this world was luckier and more blessed than me the day she chose me.
The picture I submitted was taken by my good friend Kelli Martinsen as a gift to me and this just pulls a smile from me at all times.

Poppy passed Sept 6th 2018 and on the 10th of September she would have turned 13 years old. I feel like her selection from the generator here is a wonderful gift. Thank you.


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