The simple answer is that capybaras live in South America. (No, they don’t come from Australia.) They range from eastern Panama, where the Lesser Capybaras live, and into Argentina in […]
I watched Dobby grow from bunny size to mastiff over ten years. Those of you who visited here (90 visitors in 2018 alone!) understand how enormous these animals are. None […]
The temperatures dipped below 12f degrees (-11c) for two nights and then 15f. Tonight is a balmy 28f, but the snow is supposed to start again tomorrow, before the big […]
It won’t surprise you to learn that my home is full of capybara memorabilia. Capybara artifacts are difficult to find, even in South America, where the animals are common, like […]
Here it is! Remember to pick a charity! Looking for the eBook? October 23, 2017 update Where, indeed? It’s coming, but so is Halloween! When it’s available, there will be […]
The Farm Manager recently heard someone say about capybaras “. . . but you can’t really teach them tricks like a dog.” The gauntlet has been thrown down! Dobby has […]
Prince Dobalob and his flock of hens are blimping their way to the treehouse, where disaster awaits. That’s why Part Seven desperately needs illustrations. See if you agree!
Capybaras have adapted well to urban areas. They have nice manners and are beloved by the Brazilians.
If you have ever known chickens, you are aware that they are non-judgmental. They are happy to see you, always, even if you don’t bring treats. Dobby never brought his […]
Nice video at the beginning of the article. Japanese capybaras are really spoiled! Click on the link below to see it.“Sinking into steamy hot springs, the giant rodents of Izu […]
I have nearly finished writing the grand finale to this magnificent work, and so can post the beginning with more confidence. Part Six chronicles Prince Dobalob’s trepidation regarding flight, in […]
Is there a capybara in your bathtub? It’s about as fun as it sounds!
What the heck, right? Here’s the “translation” of the title: witness in the city, go to captive wandering capybara zoo at the end of last year “We are usually kept […]
For most people, this is Valentine’s Day. For me, it is Dobby’s birthday, and always will be.
Mudskipper Rous celebrated her fifth birthday last week.
Rodent enthusiasts have been reading about these rats for a long time. They are trained to sniff out land mines, and their flawless sniffers and light weight mean that they […]