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A Dog's Blog: Fudge

The Fudgie Chronicles: Entry No.1

Dear FurKidz Friends,

We are very excited to present to you "The Fudgie Chronicles", starring SPCA rescue Fudge and her "stuff" as she calls it (meaning her family & home). Her thoughts on the life of an urban hound will be published every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Enjoy!


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    Written by Ginny Stone

    Straight from the mutt's mouth:
    Excerpts based on the real life of an urban hound!

    Fudgie's Canine Comments will be featured weekly, they 
    are also available as Kindle Edition on Amazon.com.

    
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"The Fudge"

Fur says: Slithering snakes! Thought I'd cleared up this dratted dog problem once and for all. First the long dog disappeared, then the black dog went. Marvelous. Could prowl through the house at will, stalk into the kitchen and demand food from that woman. Rub my chin against Alpha's chin and plonk down on his chest when he's parked off on the couch with no interference whatsoever. Could jump into any window without the risk of slobber. Life, I tell you, was just peachy. Well, almost. Except for the wildly exasperating way she sniveled around the house, and to be totally truthful, was a bit boring without the black dog – but I bravely rallied round and soon got over all the minor irritations. Read more...

The Fudgie Chronicles: Entry No.2

Fudge-laughing-at-Alpha-exercising

    Written by Ginny Stone

    Straight from the mutt's mouth:
    Excerpts based on the real life of an urban hound!

    Fudgie's Canine Comments will be featured weekly, they 
    are also available as Kindle Edition on Amazon.com.

    
    buynow-blue-42

 

"A bit confuzzling for a small doglet like me"

Turns out I don't only have my very own Mom, but I have other stuff too – like an Em, a whole house, complete with that good grassy stuff to widdle on plus I have a Dad-type person, but he's called Alpha. Something ridiculous to do with him thinking he's boss of the house. Mom say's us girls are it – but we just let him think he's the head honcho to keep the peace. Apparently there is a Luan too – but he's missing. Read more...

The Fudgie Chronicles: Entry No.3

Fudge-laughing-at-Alpha-exercising

    Written by Ginny Stone

    Straight from the mutt's mouth:
    Excerpts based on the real life of an urban hound!

    Fudgie's Canine Comments will be featured weekly, they 
    are also available as Kindle Edition on Amazon.com.

    
    

 

"Aside from Mom"

Hells teeth! Must have been very wicked in some previous life. Just when we get our mutts past the chewy puppy stage and they transform into divine dogs of note, something dastardly happens and they rudely exit our lives. Skunk dying seriously undid me. Howled like a demented banshee every time I thought about him – no matter where I was – felt like such a twit. He was just such a darling dog. I miss him muchly. Read more...

The Fudgie Chronicles: Entry No.4

Fudge-laughing-at-Alpha-exercising

    Written by Ginny Stone

    Straight from the mutt's mouth:
    Excerpts based on the real life of an urban hound!

    Fudgie's Canine Comments will be featured weekly, they 
    are also available as Kindle Edition on Amazon.com.

    
    

 

"Fur gets Fixed"

That little dog is a real pain in the tail. You'd think I should be used to canines by now, but I'm just not. Why the world has to be shared with these ridiculous creatures I'll never fathom. Guess some previous ancestral cat was very wicked and the rest of us are now being punished. As if that critter is not bad enough, I was bundled rudely into the dog box – no really – I was – and taken to that Dr T fellow. Did I receive dinner? No I did not. Was I even given a snack? Not a morsel I tell you. Me and Mr Tinkerball in the cage next door had a jolly good yowl of complaint, not that it helped. But worse was to come, although I haven't a cooking clue what exactly happened, woke up and realized part of me was missing. Aaargh – the manly bit! Read more...

The Fudgie Chronicles: Entry No.5

Fudge-laughing-at-Alpha-exercising

    Written by Ginny Stone

    Straight from the mutt's mouth:
    Excerpts based on the real life of an urban hound!

    Fudgie's Canine Comments will be featured weekly, they 
    are also available as Kindle Edition on Amazon.com.

    
    

 

"Fudge's secret stash"

Eish – but there really are a whole bunch of things for a small doglet to figure out. Now that the Christmas thing was done and I'd met most of the other family – it turns out that there was somebody else coming called New Year. Read more...

The Fudgie Chronicles: Entry No.6

Fudge-laughing-at-Alpha-exercising

    Written by Ginny Stone

    Straight from the mutt's mouth:
    Excerpts based on the real life of an urban hound!

    Fudgie's Canine Comments will be featured weekly, they 
    are also available as Kindle Edition on Amazon.com.

    
    

 

"Smirking Fur"

Alpha does funny stuff in the back yard. He has these sticks that he hits little white balls with. He stands funny too when he uses the sticks. Think he might be doing this just to entertain me. It's such fun. Doosh! He hits the ball and I dash off, poing-poing-poing (mom says I look like a bouncy ball myself) grab it, and stash it next to the steps. Read more...

The Fudgie Chronicles: Entry No.7

Fudge-laughing-at-Alpha-exercising

    Written by Ginny Stone

    Straight from the mutt's mouth:
    Excerpts based on the real life of an urban hound!

    Fudgie's Canine Comments will be featured weekly, they 
    are also available as Kindle Edition on Amazon.com.

    
    

 

"Burgled!"

Just before Christmas, I discovered that big hulking thing in the back yard – where I can sneak under and hide from mom – is not just there for my convenience. It had another layer to it.

If you walk up the steps – this took a bit of courage because they aren't solid – have big holes in between them that a little doglet such as myself could easily topple through – then you get onto a balcony. Once there, you find two doors which are usually closed, but this day they had magically opened. My oh my. There was another whole house. What fun. I strolled inside. Read more...

The Fudgie Chronicles: Entry No.8

Fudge-laughing-at-Alpha-exercising

    Written by Ginny Stone

    Straight from the mutt's mouth:
    Excerpts based on the real life of an urban hound!

    Fudgie's Canine Comments will be featured weekly, they 
    are also available as Kindle Edition on Amazon.com.

    
    

 

"Abandoned... for a while anyway"

Know I keep barking on about being a small doglet – but let's furry face it – that's what I am. Small. So sometimes life really is all a bit much for me.

Last week Mom hefts me into the car. She was rather thoughtful, also put my baskie in – so that I could recline on the back seat – all comfy like, and see out the window too. Oh yay – I thought – she's forgiven me for hooching in the car last time. We are going for a drive. Read more...

The Fudgie Chronicles: Entry No.9

Fudge-laughing-at-Alpha-exercising

    Written by Ginny Stone

    Straight from the mutt's mouth:
    Excerpts based on the real life of an urban hound!

    Fudgie's Canine Comments will be featured weekly, they 
    are also available as Kindle Edition on Amazon.com.

    
    

 

"Intruder alert – a furry one this time."

Have now learnt to share – with Fur that is. I mean, took me a weeny while to figure out no matter if the dratted moggy snoozed in my bear baskie – it's not like it was fatally contaminated or anything – I, Miss Fudgie-wena could still use it. And let's face it – I am a fair bit bigger than Fur so if push comes to shove.... I win! Most of the time that is. Read more...

The Fudgie Chronicles: Entry No.10

Fudge-laughing-at-Alpha-exercising

    Written by Ginny Stone

    Straight from the mutt's mouth:
    Excerpts based on the real life of an urban hound!

    Fudgie's Canine Comments will be featured weekly, they 
    are also available as Kindle Edition on Amazon.com.

    
    

 

"Catastrophe of note"

Time was, the males in our house used to outweigh the females – between Zed, Skunk, Alpha, me and Luan on the odd occasion – we outnumbered them 5 to 2. The tables have turned – now there's Mom, Em and that Fudge creature – it's only evenly matched when Luan comes for the odd weekend. Crushingly unfair. Read more...

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