Beagle/American Pit Bull Terrier
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Age: 7 Years   Sex: Male   Weight: 51-100 lbs

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Range, Range Rover

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Quick Bio:
-mutt-dog rescue

May 16th 2009


Cats that visit the yard without being invited!

Favorite Toy:
Anything chewable!

Favorite Food:
Expensive handmade quilts!

Favorite Walk:
Why walk when you can RUN!

Best Tricks:
Pretending to be deaf!

Arrival Story:
Ranger came to live with us along with his brother and sister when he was 12 weeks old. They were a litter that we were fostering. His brother Patches & Tiny were adopted by other family and Ranger stayed with us. Ranger loves playing with his brother Sargent. Ranger says, "We have more fun together than you can imagine. I am never one to make trouble and start a fight, but if Sarge gets confused and decides I'm dinner I am more than happy to remind him that I am the boss."

Forums Motto:
Range Rover of the San Fernando Valley

Ranger can prenamed when we first started to foster him. It stuck! He says that he likes it well enough.

I've Been On Dogster Since:
April 28th 2011 More than 5 years!

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A Day In The Life Of A Ranger

Possible House Robber?

April 28th 2011 7:47 pm
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So today I was in the living room, with my brother, Sargent, in the office closed in with our owners, and then, I sensed danger. My master rose from the chair in the office, opens the door, and almost ran out the door. My brother and I do not have the best friendship ever, for we are both trying hard to conquer the house, as well as each other. This was sudden, for just a few months ago, we were best friends, doing everything together, like those of a wolf pack do. But my brother soon became an adolescent, trying to take control. I will admit though, tat he did put up a good fight. Currently, we are being trained to avoid fighting, for it happened frequently in the past, and it was not pretty. But I am proud, for today, we were confronted, together, although it was not deliberate. We merely sniffed at each other, rather than fighting. So anyways, the reason we were so close to fighting was because there was a neighbor in the yard,but my owner took it as a robber, and sprinted out the door. He soon realized it was merely the neighbor, and then came back in. Everything was soon calm, and thus comes the confrontation between my sibling and I, which resulted in absolute happiness.My twelve year-old owner is typing this as I bark my words out for him to record. Thank you for reading, and goodnight

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