The art of eating a dog biscuit

Several times a week, we walk with Beverly and Tucker to our favorite local coffeehouse, where I get a medium brewed coffee and often exchange greetings with various friends and acquaintances. The dogs enjoy this outing; they gather eagerly at the door to be leashed up.

An added incentive is that, once I get my coffee, we dole out a small Purina dog biscuit to each dog. They expect this ritual and enjoy it, but when Beverly was small, she often dropped pieces of her treat on the sidewalk.

She has now refined her biscuit-eating skills. She tips her head waaaaay back, and she usually doesn’t lose one bit. We find this amusing; it amplifies how much she seems to be enjoying it. Here’s what it looks like:


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