Why They Call Me Ridogulous

Hey there! I’m Billie Claire. According to my boyfriend, Jerry, my life is ridogulous.

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He came to this conclusion after years of watching my escapades with my animals. From dealing with a service dog that pooped in Books-A-Million (and learning they had a great steam cleaner for cleaning up those types of messes, not from dogs, but from children!), to lying in the floor of the store crying when clients picked up a dog, to nursing a sick baby goat back to health and administering shots of penicillin every 6 hours, 24 hours a day, for 16 days, to the previously said dog pooping in public AGAIN at Wal-Mart, there is a never ending supply of outrageous, and sometimes bizarre, stories of my daily antics with my animals. I get asked training questions all the time, and decided I wanted to share my every day dealings with animals with anyone who would read them! Thus, the Absolutely Ridogulous blog was born.

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  1. Hi Billie Claire! We just got our WR pup last week (Luke/Dolly) and so far so good but I do have a question. We have been using the puppy leash whenever he isn’t in the crate or tie out. Is this ok or am I causing trouble down the road when we leash train? Thanks , Janet

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