My name is Clancy. I'm a rescue dog from New Mexico. This guy was putting me on a cold table when this other guy came in and said, "No, not this one." and took me away. Oh, and I'm a girl too, by the way. I was named for Big Jim's favorite aunt. I don't know what an aunt is, but that's what they tell people.
Some California type humans call me Clancy, the Gourmet Wiener Dog, simply because my parents were of different breeds. Mom was a Dachshund and Dad was a Blue Heeler. Rumor has it there may have been a terrier and even a beagle in my family tree.
As far as I'm concerned, I'm simply an All American Dog.
And I've been quiet long enough.
Mom is whining about not having an idea for her blog tonight so while she's busy staring at the clock and worrying about hitting the deadline, I'm going to finally introduce myself.
I am a full time RV dog. I've been traveling with Yarntangler and Geezerguy for about 3 1/2 years now. I really enjoy getting to see all the different places. Sometimes we stay in one place for a few months until I've got everything completely memorized. I get to know where all the good smells are and which way the squirrels are going to come from when they come out to start teasing me. Then suddenly they say, "Want to go for a ride in the house?" The next thing I know everything changes!
We get to see some pretty neat things too. The next time I get a chance to get on here I'll show you some of the postcards from my personal collection. But one thing you have to see right now is my friend Otis. I'm not exactly sure what he is. I know he's not a horse or a cow. He's not one of those stuffy pedigree dogs, that's for sure, but he was pretty cool. Didn't say much and he could spit too. I tried but I can't figure out how to do it.
Okay, looks like Mom is coming back.
I'd better go before she sees me. I'm not supposed to sit at the table. I guess I'd better go to bed. Hey do you like my bed? I made it myself one day while they were gone! I had this big old pillow thing but they made me sleep on the floor. They left that thing they put clothes and stuff in so I put my pillow in it. Ah...
See ya round the hydrant,