Doc


German Shepherd
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Age: 10 Years   Sex: Male   Weight: 51-100 lbs

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Nicknames:
The Doctor

Doggie Dynamics:
 Energy 
sleepyenergetic
 
 Intelligence 
sillygenius
 
 Friendliness 
aggressiveaffectionate
 
 Playfulness 
not playfulvery playful
 
 Disposition 
anxiouscalm
 

Quick Bio:
-purebred-dog rescue

Birthday:
March 15th 2004

Likes:
Doc loves his Mommy! And He loves being a doggie model for Mommy's Paintings!

Pet-Peeves:
He hates being fussed with. Not getting his 5pm cookie

Favorite Toy:
Anything his buddy Monty wants

Favorite Food:
Food...need we say more?

Favorite Walk:
Anywhere his Mommy walks!

Best Tricks:
Playing dead

Arrival Story:
Hi, my name is Doc. My owners, George and Sue found me on Petfinder after Sue's GSD died. I had been at a rescue shelter for four months. My first owner called me Tank. He had bought me as a puppy but decided to give me up when I was only 1 year old. I was never abused and the shelter treated me well but I was very sad and lonely. I never barked or acted up, I was too sad. When Sue first saw me she brought her beautiful girl-dog Shannon with her to meet me. Shannon didn't like me too well but I LOVED her right away! Sue decided that I should not stay at the shelter any longer and I went home with her that same day! That night I met Sue and George's cat, Napoleon. Napoleon didn't expect to see me wagging my tail at the bedroom door but he sure ran fast when I tried to introduce myself. Cats just don't have a sense of humor. Anyway, we got to be really good friends. Shannon learned to love me too, in her own very alpha female way. She still bosses me around but hey, she's really cute so I don't mind. But Sue and George didn't like my original name, Tank. They thought about it for awhile and settled on Doc, because Sue had lost her GSD and Doc, or The Doctor, was just the cure she needed.

Bio:
I'm the cool big dog of my family! GSD's rule!

Forums Motto:
The Doctor, good for what ails ya!

The Last Forum I Posted In:
Heart worm medicine debate.

Mommy paints me, Shannon and Monty in watercolor and now she can do all my pet pals too! Check out www.susan-ritz-art.com

I've Been On Dogster Since:
March 24th 2010 More than 4 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Dogster Id:
1124734


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The Case of the Missing Chicken


I'm Famous!

May 21st 2011 6:42 am
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Hello Pups,

I'm so excited! Mommy won a prize with a picture of ME. Roof! Yup, its that one of me in the backyard. She called in "Guardian at the Gate". 'Course that's what us GSD's do. So now my painting will be on greeting cards and maybe you will get one from your vet. If you do, be sure to howl it out to me!

 

I'm Gonna Be Famous!

May 17th 2011 8:20 pm
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Hey gang Doc here. Mommy has PAWSOME news! She painted a great picture of me doing my GSD Duty, guarding, and she won a prize! Yup, I'm gonna be on cards distributed by vets. Maybe you will get your checkup notice with MY painting on the front! It's called "Guardian at the Gate"

 

The Case of the Missing Chicken

April 18th 2010 8:42 am
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It was evening. My pack leaders had finished their dinner and were engaged in some strange activity involving a TV like thingy at the desk. I was laying below the desk, my usual protective position, waiting to engage any violators who might disturb the family scene. Meanwhile, I noticed activity in the kitchen. Seems my little buddy, Monty, was eyeing the remaining chicken. The pack leaders did not notice. They were too engrossed in the thingy on the desk. They talked. They pointed. Monty struck. Carefully, oh so carefully, he raise himself to counter height. The chicken had been left on a plate close to the counter's edge. I watched him. He reached out a lip and took the first piece, then the next. He consumed it all the greedy little pig.

Later the pack leaders disengaged from the desk and returned to the kitchen only to discover...THE CHICKEN WAS MISSING!

But I cracked the case and from now on I will watch...and hopefully participate!

 
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