Perhaps unsurprisingly, all of us at CLiF share a passion for literacy. The other passion almost all of us share? Dogs. Yes, we’re big fido fans here at CLiF (Canine Lovers, in Fact) headquarters, where resident dog Yoshi is queen, but happily shares her turf with visiting tail-waggers. Our doggy colleagues make frequent guest appearances on our Zoom calls, join us on team outings, and know which of our dedicated volunteers to hit up for pats and treats.

While dog appreciation occurs daily at CLiF, in celebration of National Dog Day, we’re giving our pups the spotlight they deserve. In keeping with our children’s literacy mission, each furry friend has selected (okay, we chose for them) a favorite work of canine literature to share. Without further ado, meet the dogs of CLiF!

Name: Yoshi

Owns: Executive Director Duncan McDougall

Breed: Golden Retriever

Book of Choice: Hachiko: The True Story of a Loyal Dog, by Pamela S. Turner

Name: Fern

Owns: Program Director Meredith Scott

Breed: Border Collie mix

Book of Choice: Because of Winn-Dixie, by Kate DiCamillo

Name: Coco

Owns: Communications Manager Sarah Hall

Breed: Wild dog

Book of Choice: Akiak: A Tale from the Iditarod, by Robert J. Blake

Name: Tux (subject to change)

Owns: Data/Office Manager Kat Lane (newly adopted!)

Breed: Lab mix

Book of Choice: Can I Be Your Dog? by Troy Cummings

Name: Weezie

Owns: Communications Manager Sarah Hall

Breed: Chihuahua mix

Book of Choice: The Incredible Journey, by Sheila Burnford

Name: Wilson

Owns: Program Manager Jana Brown

Breed: Golden Retriever

Book of Choice: Oh No, George! by Chris Haughton

Name: Harold

Owns: Communications Manager Sarah Hall

Breed: Italian Spinone

Book of Choice: Where the Red Fern Grows, by Wilson Rawls

One response to “Happy National Dog Day from the Dogs of CLiF!

  1. These are book recommendations we can really get behind. Knightley (English Setter) and Monty (Chihuahua Pomeranian mix)

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