Travelin’ Tripawd Dawg Goes Cross Country

On the road to the #BlogPaws conference with three-legged German Shepherd Wyatt and his people.

What the heck were Mom and Dad thinking when they put us in a van and hit the road last month?


Why didn’t they take our dog house on wheels? I don’t know, they shouldda. We were crammed in the van like sardines!


They kept saying “It stinks like a kennel in here!” I kinda like that smell but whatev.

We went from Colorado to Tennessee and stopped at all kinda places. Iowa was one of my favorites. That’s where we met Michelle, Angel Sassy’s Mom, in Iowa. She is so nice! She took some of the pictures here.  Thanks Michelle!

My people like to go to crazy places. This weird thing in Iowa is for looking at the planets and the stars.

It started to get hot. Good thing we found the Illinois River!

Watch out. There’s more stories from the road as soon as Dad gets all the pictures off the camera!



Author: wyattraydawg

I am Wyatt Ray Dawg, Tripawd Extraordinaire, and Leg-A-Cy to my hero, Jerry G. Dawg. My pawrents are Jim and Rene, creators of

9 thoughts on “Travelin’ Tripawd Dawg Goes Cross Country”

  1. Awww, loving these!!!!

    Wyatt, your life is one big adventure, that’s for sure!
    And it’s wonderful that you get to meet such great humans like Michelle!

    As far as your van smelling a little “kennelish”…ahhh…the finest scent in the land!

    Tell your Dad if he had a tavlet, he could get the pictures onto here mich faster…..or not! 🙂


    Sally and Alumni Happy Hannah and Merry Myrtle too!

  2. Wyatt, it was wonderful meeting you, your mom & dad. I thought you behaved really well and were a major hit here. Thank you for stopping to meet me. 🙂
    I can’t wait to see more of your trip


    Michelle & Angel Sassy

  3. It looks like you all had an amazing road trip! Can’t wait for more of the story to come and pics too. Glad everyone had safe travels!

    Sahana and her Angel Leland and Lucian too

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *