Hannah...May 2002

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Hannah lives down the street but visits often.  She's the only neighborhood dog that seems comfortable coming in our house and laying down.  It's not uncommon for her owners to call looking for her.  If she's sleeping I say that I've not seen her.  If a dog year is seven human years, a human lie can only be 1/7th as big a deal for a dog; besides, it's a dog, who cares.  What's Hannah going to do?  Tell her dog friends that I lie for her, don't trust him? Normally she stays for 20-30 minutes.  I didn't really care for Hannah when she was young, but now at six or seven she's pretty mellow, but always have been very gentle.  I was used to our male black Lab, Deadeye.  It's just taken me a while to adjust.