My Life with Flyball Dogs passed a blog challenge on to us, to choose seven posts to fit the seven categories.
My most beautiful post:
I don't really type up 'beautiful' things, so my choice for this theme will be short and heartfelt: Epiphany, from May 2011.
My most popular post:
According to the blogger stats, my most popular post is Reinforcing Cues, from 17th April 2011, with 53 page views.
My most controversial post:
Since most of my posts are daily life with my two silly dogs, they aren't really controversial. I can't actually think of/find a controversial post, so I'll have to leave this blank.
My most helpful post:
I don't really write a whole lot of informative posts, so I'm going to cheat a little and say that I think my most helpful posts are those containing quotes on dog books.
A post whose success surprised me:
I was quite surprised by the number of people who responded to the Dog Breed Selector post from 14th August 2011. It was just a silly thing I wanted to share, not expecting anyone to try it out, but apparently some did!
A post that didn't get the attention I felt it deserved:
None! I'm happy with any attention and replies, and since I never really write up long, great posts I don't have any that I think 'deserve' attention.
The post I'm most proud of:
This was hard. I'm not proud of the post, so much as the events described in the post: Bad to the Bone, or A Little Angel? (Friday 12th August 2011). I'm always incredibly proud of my dogs, but Lola's response to loose dogs that I try to help is consistently great.
To continue this, I'm going to pass this on to seven bloggers, who (I don't think) have done the challenge before. In alphabetical order:
4 Dog Craziness
An English Shepherd
Bailey Be Good!
Black Dog Blog
Tanner Trains the Family
In other news, apparently someone today found my blog by googling 'dog retrieved drowned puppies' (sixth page). Perhaps I should start a drowned-puppy retrieval-by-dog service.