Rainbow Crew


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Arrival Story:
Tigger was my first dog. He was an opps dog. A breeder's Standard Poodle dog kinda broke the rules with his Giant Schnauzer. Thus a full size Schnoodle. Nobody had any idea that they could make money off of these dogs then. Mom and dad bought Tigger for $5.00 in 1974. Mom was 7 months pregnant with me at the time. During the fall and winter, mom and dad would let his hair grow out, like in the picture to top left and late spring they would take him to be trimmed. He would always come out looking like a Giant Schnauzer. I wish I could find a picture of him trimmed up. He was my protector as a child. I remember he tried getting on the bus with me one time. My grandparents had two smooth collie mixes that used to run all over the country with Tigger and I. See we lived on plenty of family land to explore in the afternoons before mom and dad got off work.(but of course after you watch cartoons with grandpa.) As an (only) child I talked to the dogs like they were my best friends. I remember when I was small, training them to do stupid tricks. Peewee was my favorite of grandma and grandpa's dogs. When he got hit by a car, mom ran interference while dad, my cousin Craig and grandpa buried him. I still miss him and Tigger and Danny, which brings me to the later. Danny was a habitual chain breaker. He then would proceed to hunt down cats in his neighborhood and kill them. The county next to us said he had to be put down or moved out of the county. So, we toke him in. People who lived near us was afraid of him for no reason, he was a great dog with extensive training in his past. Once, he was out in the front yard with me and my dad, when mom opened the door and my cat Shadoe snuck out past her. Danny grabbed a hold of Shadoe's head and I yelled Danny "stop", He looked at me like "Mom please" I looked at him in the eyes like I would hate him for ever. I called out his name again as sternly as I could. He then put Shadoe down slowly and reluctantly. To say the least, Shadoe ran back in the house. I told him "no" and then I fell for those big brown eyes and patted him on the head. Again, he was one of the most well-behaved dogs I ever had.

Bio:
Sierra was Tux's sister. We lost her when she was 13. She had a grawl you did not want to walk up on in the dark. But she was a sweet dog. She was overly submissive. You couldn't even pet her for her licking. We tried breaking her of licking, even tried figuring out what was stressing her but nothing ever worked. Jax, (Tux's brother) we lost him in 2010 he was 16. He was my dad's dog. Another great dog. Tux has his on page because he is still around and doing great. Frisky as ever.

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January 24th 2011 More than 3 years!

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Diamond DaisyTux :)Zachery
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