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Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Dog Dish with Tank & Iko

I mentioned earlier that a couple of the interviews with me had been conducted without my knowledge. Even my dogs got into the act, easily lured by the promise of dog cookies and a chance to sit on someone else's couch.

Marianne Arkins is hosting Tank and Iko on her blog today in a post called Dog Dish with her dog, Dakota. 

I know Tank was thinking with his stomach so I won't be too hard on him, but I wish he had talked to me first. I'll need to be more careful about what I say in front of him from now on.

Go over and visit Marianne and leave me a comment, while I have a word with my two boys.

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14 comments:

Dru said...

That was a fun interview.

Joanne said...

This should be an interesting perspective ...

Maria Zannini said...

My dogs are such hams. :)

Lydia Kang said...

Without your consent? How could they?
;)
I'm going to go over now, thanks for the link!

Lia Bal said...

I just read your doggy interview and it was absolutely adorable. Tank is like a big teddy bear. I have a few questions though. Is Iko a mix? If so, do you know what the other half is?

Linda Leszczuk said...

Loved this one. Maybe you should let the dogs take care of all your interviews. Think how much time it would free for your writing.

Sherri said...

Too fun...love the interview!

The best (if sad in spots) dog book I've read is Beautiful Joe by Marshall Saunders -- it's the autobiography of a dog!

Maria Zannini said...

Lydia: My dogs have no shame.

Maria Zannini said...

Lia: Iko is a mix. I think he's have Rottweiler and half Tazmanian devil. My husband thinks it's just devil though.

Maria Zannini said...

Linda: If I could trust my dogs, I would let them handle all the interviews, but I'm afraid all the glory would go to their heads.

Maria Zannini said...

Sherri, I can't believe I've not read that book before. It's right up my alley.

jackie b central texas said...

Not sure but I think you have 2 tattle tales living with you Maria, those dogs are just so cute and the post at Marianne's was more fun than is good for us mere mortals to enjoy!

Pajamas and old movies sounds good to me every day of the week not just on Sunday!

jackie ^_^

Sherri said...

The copy I have was published in 1934! I was glad to see Amazon had it still available.

Maria Zannini said...

Jackie: They ARE tattle tales!

Wait until you see the interview Greg gave. Oh, boy!