Ms. Sally To tongue or not to tongue. That, of course, is the question, posed with no apologies to the late great dog disliker and playwright William Shakespeare. Yes, it’s thought that The Bard of Avon was not that into dogs despite enjoying great comedic success with a dog as a character named Crab in his first play, The Two Gentlemen of Verona. Things might have been different had he run across Ms. Sally, who could have easily handled a great many roles for him particularly those dealing with rejection as she was twice returned to the shelter from where she was formerly sheltered until she was cast in her current role as a family dog. Her past credits include some off-Broadway work as a rage-filled troubled youth, playing destructive characters known for ripping things off walls and dismembering TV remotes. Her performances were panned by the critics. Her big break came when she rediscovered her roots as a mixed Labrador, working in summer stock and regional productions as a Tom Sawyer-like character who spends their day chasing birds, fishing, and swimming in the local river. Happy Mother’s Day ! #labrador #stilllookingforafewgooddogs #tonguesofinstagram There is still time left for us in our present Charleston, SC studio before we have to move. Email me at the link in my profile if you are interested in having me photograph your dog. Otherwise thanks for following along and have a great week.