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  1. I love dogs. I just don’t love “other people’s dogs.” Pan-dip fits neatly into that second category.

  2. furiousball says:

    In a former life, a girlfriend of mine were entrusted to watch Guy Milner’s (CEO of some big company and ran for governor or guv’nah as they call it in the south) step daughter’s dog she rescued from Turkey. I’ve heard there are some major dog issues over there.

    Glad Pandus is okey dokey.

  3. Monica says:

    HA what a great story, with a happy ending an all. If one didn’t know better one would think Pandus sort of grew on y’all… Being a dog lover, I think he is adorable…

    wonderful to again get a glimpse inside your extraordinary and eminent mind…

  4. Jess says:

    I’m with ya on the “Large goofy animals just aren’t my thing.” Give me a nice goldfish any day. Glad to hear the big lug made his’self useful and saved the day.

  5. Jazz says:

    Now, if you took him back with you, maybe he’d see to it that you didn’t get lost running in the woods.

  6. Pearl says:

    Holy crap, Joce! You’re such a stud!!


  7. A Turkish St. Bernard. Wonder what he should have in the little keg under his neck?

  8. Meredith says:

    where the heck is the LIKE button????

  9. Who could have predicted the adventures you would have this year?

  10. ds says:

    Wow. That is one heck (hi, Jocelyn’s mom!) of a story. One heck of a dawg. Really.
    I was grateful at the end–for both of you.

  11. kmkat says:

    What a great story! I can just picture Pandus trotting up to you with a big goofy grin on his face, all “I sure took care a’ those guys. They won’t be a’botherin’ ya again, ma’m.”

  12. christopher says:

    A very impressive and dedicated bodyguard indeed.

    Gotta love his focus.

    Thanks for sending me your new website link.

  13. flutter says:

    Oh, how i have missed you

  14. geewits says:

    I would have been so terrified of the wild dogs. I hope I don’t dream about them. Pandus actually seems to know what he’s doing, but I suppose you’d get in trouble if he knocked over a few old hags.

  15. Meg says:

    Kirk Douglas becomes a verb! Jocelyn develops quinceps! Glad you’re back online.

  16. Now that has got to be more effective than the Wii fit…not sure about how much fun it might be, but it has to be the best way of building up those biceps. I’m more of a cat person myself, but I like dogs, as long as I don’t have to walk them…and they stay away from my shoes. Glad to hear you survived to tell the tale…and I hope you’ll be telling us many more very soon.

  17. Deborah says:

    Sitting here all alone in a sub-zero French hotel lobby, I laughed myself silly. You know how thngs are even funnier when you can totally relate to them? Well, you and your St, Bernanrd and me and my grandpuppy of a Giant Malamute have a lot iin common. I am totally impressed that you managed to hang on to him and put a stop to his man-dog-and-woman-eating intentions.
    I know, it’s a horrible situation to be in. I can relate to the desperation. But what a great story we got out of it!! Love the photo of him. And just remind Paco that he can’t curl up and sleep with a goldfish or that if he did, the outcome wouldn’t be as blissful.

  18. logo says:

    Sign me up for a goldfish.
    Nice to feel safe though. You didn’t start soul-singing though, did you?

  19. chlost says:

    It is actually a burden being worshiped, isn’t it? What a great couple of guys you have there to protect you. What a wonderful story!

  20. You are a fierce stud of a woman. With dogs. I pity the poor Young Turk who ever dares behaving untowardly–or the packs of feral dogs.

  21. lime says:

    you sure his name wasn’t cujo? glad he’s finally on your side!

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