Photo Comments Sex: Female Weight: 51-100 lbs
Leave a bone for Sierra (In Loving Memory)
Dogster stats for Sierra (In Loving Memory)
Girliegirl, Fatty, Snuffleuphagus
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October 1st 2003
BELLY RUBS! FOOD! PEOPLE! This pup didn't love anything halfway.
GETTING PAWS DIRTY! SCARY NOISES! GARBAGE TRUCKS, NOOO! She also couldn't stand anyone, human or dog, being dirty or having so much as a scratch - we joke that she must have been a nurse in a past life.
Anything destroyable, soap bubbles, people!
FOOD? FOOD! FOODFOODFOOD
Anywhere I'd take her. :)
She knew the basics - but teaching her to 'roll over' would be redundant, as she rolled over for belly rubs at the glance of an eye.
Adopted from the local SPCA, I know it sounds cliche, but Sierra picked me. Named "Tara" at the time, although there were other people there, and although I came with my mother and a friend, she kept staring intently at me and giving me her adorable little yip that sounded way too tiny for a dog her size. When they brought us into the meeting room, she rushed to me and put her head in my lap, and I knew she was mine.
Sierra was a delightful, goofy charmer. She was as sweet and well-behaved as you could ever imagine; she practically had a halo hovering above her head, almost never giving us a spot of trouble. She was very affectionate and gentle, and cared for our older dog Brownie through the last two years of his life. She was very very lazy, and liked to simply lounge around and cuddle.
Life is a stage, ham it up!
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Dry kibble only...is that bad?
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