Tag Archives: Akitas

Suckered

Remember the two young Akitas who got into such trouble in West Tisbury that, in great exasperation with the irresponsibility of their owners, the selectmen sentenced them to die? A compromise was reached: The death sentence would be lifted if … Continue reading

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Doomsdog Coda

In my last report on Zion and Sensi, the two Akitas who ran afoul of the law in my town of West Tisbury, an agreement had been made to turn the dogs over to the Lexus Project, an organization based … Continue reading

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The Doom Is Lifted

Zion and Sensi, the two young Akitas who have killed many chickens and several geese in a total of five escapades, are no longer on death row. For background on the story, see my earlier blogs “Doomsdog” and “Doomsdog Update.” … Continue reading

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Doomsdog Update

I went to the West Tisbury selectmen’s meeting this afternoon. After several items of new business — from road repair to a benefit bike race — up came the old business, which is to say the dog business. The dogs’ … Continue reading

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Doomsdog

We take dogs seriously on Martha’s Vineyard, it’s often said, and this is true. Many, many people have at least one dog. Dogs go to work, not only on construction sites but also in some shops and offices. Dogs are … Continue reading

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