By Vicki Hearne
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His name, all by itself, was interesting as a name for a fish, but it was the fact that he had a name that captured my attention, for he belonged, not to the man in Santa Barbara, but to the man’s pond. It seems that if there is a belonging of koi, it is to their ponds rather than to a person. ) What was different about Von Hindenburg was that he was the only koi in the pond who would eat out of a person’s hand. Though this is not unusual for koi, it was unusual in that pond. When Von Hindenburg came up for a treat, his fellow koi would follow, so he was the focal point of the ever-changing work of art, the leading element of the design, so to speak.
He feels that people should be up and about bright and early, so he sometimes reconnoiters the house, poking any exposed bits of sleeping human he finds with a cold, wet nose and insisting that he needs to go outside, that it is urgent. As soon as everyone is up, Bismark goes back to his own bed and relaxes. Some of his detractors say that he isn’t as honest as he ought to be. When Dr. Ranney is undressing, Bismark waits alertly by the bed, hoping that she will leave some piece of clothing there.
That meant that Mama and Papa didn’t have to console an upset child, which in turn meant that they were free to keep their attention on the stars of the show, who were educating the public about the extraordinary abilities of dogs. Ellie is opinionated about dog behavior; she’s a mother and has had to raise some unruly sons. That’s why she ended up refusing to allow Bobbie Morris, her owner, to let a houseguest, two-year-old Fallon, play with a new toy. Fallon had just been given one of those stuffed dogs that bark and run around when you clap your hands, and then stop barking and stand still when you clap again.