Saturday, September 19, 2020

I’m in Trouble… writes Eddie the Hotel dog

WHAT is the matter with my owners? Why don’t they understand all of the complicated thoughts that go on in a dog’s head? They’re...

It’s been an eventful week for the Molino del Santo’s resident dog

DO you want to know where I sleep?  My basket is moved each night into the marital bedroom and I pretend to be in...

Bedding down for winter

It’s ta-ta for now from the Olive Press’ favourite canine

Winter walkies

Eddie’s tail is down as the coast heads into ruff weather

Toy boy

Eddie the dog spoiled with three poochie presents in a week

Dog days

Eddie pals up with a new four-legged friend

A tail of two traumas

A trying week for Eddie the hotel dog

Boys’ toys

Eddie the hotel dog goes nuts for balls and things to tug

Paella passion

Eddie the hotel dog’s ode to a mixed paella

De Tail by De Dog

When I run the hotel all the clients will get dog pellets and a bowl of water

Anything but the vet’s

Eddie the Dog muses on the ups and downs of long, boring car journeys

Player on the playa

My holidays have arrived… hurray!

I love groups… does that make me a groupie?

Eddie the hotel dog questions his motives for being a groupie in his latest column

Heel, boy!

Time to trade in the old man?

Obedience: Obeying my master

Eddie the hotel dog may appear to be obedient, but who’s really the boss at Molino del Santo?

A dog’s life, by Eddie the hotel hound

Humouring humans... latest Olive Press columnist Eddie the dog is ‘em-barking’ on a great career – no bones about it


British-Spanish study of cave paintings reveals more clues to neolithic life in Spain’s Andalucia

The 32 individual cave markings, made somewhere between 5,500 BC and 2,500 BC, were discovered a number of years ago, but using new technologies have only just begun to reveal their latest secrets