[Editor’s note: So many of you have asked if I will be accepting guest posts here at Primility, and a few of you have even submitted posts for my review. I cannot describe how exciting that is, and how proud it makes me, to see other people filled with enthusiasm about primility — and bursting with ideas to share. So I am going to start sharing these guest posts regularly. I’m thrilled to do so. And we’ll start with Peter Morneault, one of the very first Primility subscribers.]
I have grown accustomed to having intellectually stimulating conversations with Elena, a foster mom for a rescue dog foundation.
She and I share a common passion: we like dogs.
Scratch that. We LOVE dogs. So, as professionals we do what we can to help disabled, broken, and unwanted dogs become adoptable.
As a dog trainer, I have worked with a wide variety of dogs: little dogs, big dogs, aggressive dogs, shy dogs. I try to help them all.
But even years of experience and a passion for my work never prepared me for the following example of primility … [Read more…] about The Pride and Humility of Wilson (The Dog Who Lost His Lower Jaw)