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   Undertoad  Friday May 18 08:19 AM

May 18, 2007: Dog chapel

xoB suggests this Dog Chapel designed and built by artist Stephen Huneck, at Dog Mountain, Vermont.

One day, not long after I was back home with my wife and three dogs, a wild idea just popped into my mind (a frequent thing, but after several weeks had gone by, this one was still there). I have found that in the case of a wild idea popping into my mind, then building a sort of nest of supporting ideas, I should give it some serious thought. The more I thought about it, the more I realized it was something I simply had to do.

I wanted to build a chapel, one that celebrated the spiritual bond we have with our dogs, and that would be open to dogs and people. People of any faith or belief system.

And not only did he build it in St. Johnsbury, Vermont, on a beautiful mountainside, he made sure there were places for the dogs to romp, because that's what dogs do best.

I built that chapel on Dog Mountain, our mountain-top farm in St. Johnsbury. I have styled it in the manner of a small village church built in Vermont around 1820. It is important to me that the chapel looks like it belongs with its setting of rolling mountains and pasture. The white steeple points up to the heavens, and on the top is a Lab with wings that turns in the wind and proclaims this place has a special affinity with dogs.

Visit Mr. Huneck's Dog Chapel website

Shawnee123  Friday May 18 11:20 AM

Keep 'em out of the holy water!

That's pretty wild!

Nikolai  Friday May 18 12:34 PM

An then god said "Thous shalt go out into the world and spread the mighty words of wisdom which are "woof woof, wooOOf, woof woof"

Spexxvet  Friday May 18 01:06 PM

Quoth the Book of Fido, chapter 6, verse 17 "a dog that shall lie with a human as with a dog of the oppostie gender is an abomination". So why does Spot insist on humping my leg?

Shawnee123  Friday May 18 01:14 PM

I think dyslexics would get really confused, if they went there to worship dog, er god.

xoxoxoBruce  Friday May 18 01:19 PM

It's quite simple, all dogs go to heaven.... to get away from the cats.

Shawnee123  Friday May 18 01:21 PM


Crimson Ghost  Friday May 18 03:40 PM

At last, a church that follows the teachings of St. Bernard.

Shawnee123  Friday May 18 03:45 PM

doog one, CG!

Crimson Ghost  Friday May 18 04:39 PM

Thank ya.

milkfish  Friday May 18 06:20 PM

First photo: every dogma is a bitch.

xoxoxoBruce  Friday May 18 11:23 PM

Go there with a handful of chasing sticks and you could be elected mayor.

Gravdigr  Sunday May 20 01:24 AM

Originally Posted by Shawnee123 View Post
I think dyslexics would get really confused, if they went there to worship dog, er god.
Lysdexia is no joke.

Nikolai  Sunday May 20 03:39 PM

Then god said to Moses.......rollover, good boy, now beg, I said beg, welldone Moses here is the 10 commandments"

xoxoxoBruce  Sunday May 20 03:52 PM

Actually there were 24, but Moses chewed up the rest before they could be read.

Trilby  Sunday May 20 09:17 PM

The dog is a gentleman; I hope to go to his heaven, not man's.

~Mark Twain, letter to W.D. Howells, 2 April 1899

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