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Dog, dogs, dogs

Are dogs an author’s best friend? It’s possible. A few of my author friend graciously agreed to share their pets with us.

Kim Davis was the first to reply to my request for pet pictures. This is Missy, Kim’s 17-month-old mini Goldendoodle. She thinks that whenever Kim sits down to write, Missy needs to demand her attention. In order to get her words in, Kim gets up 1-1/2 hours earlier than usual. Kim also gets writing done while Missy is sleeping or playing with friends at doggy daycare.

Missy’s person, Kim Davis is the author of the Cupcake Catering Mystery Series.

Money can buy a good dog, but love makes his tail wag.

Judith Gonda shared a picture of her beloved Poms with us.

Judith’s Poms Olivia (Ollie) and Isabella (Izzy), are her inspirations for her main character’s Poms in the Tory Benning mysteries.

Properly trained, a person can become a dog’s best friend.

#Linusthebeagle is Tanya Agler’s best friend. Tanya is known for writng clean romances.

Keep up with Linus on Twitter by finding #LinustheBeagle.

Nobody will keep your secrets better than your dog.

Ruth J. Hartman is known for writing romances and mysteries. Ruth’s cats keep her company while writing.

Ruth’s calico is Remmie, the gray striped is Molly and the orange and white is Murray.

“Cats are connoisseurs of comfort.” – James Herriot.

Catherine Kennedy Hornsby made me laugh with her reply to my request. “Define pet.”

I believe she helps this little guy out.

Mystery and historical fiction author, Michelle Bennington shared a picture with us.

Michelle’s cockapoo, Maple.

Mystery author Lane Stone shared her beloved dog with us.

This is Cordy, which is short for Cordelia. She’s 3 1/2.

Everyone thinks they have the best dog, and none of them are wrong.

Join me next week, as more authors share their beloved pets with us.