Chopper Dog


Cocker Spaniel
Picture of Chopper Dog, a male Cocker Spaniel

Photo Comments

Home:WA  
Age: 10 Years   Sex: Male   Weight: 26-50 lbs

Photo Comments

Photo Comments

Photo Comments

Photo Comments (2)

Photo Comments

Photo Comments

Photo Comments

Photo Comments

Photo Comments

   Leave a bone for Chopper Dog

Nicknames:
Choppie, Sir Chops-a-Lot

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

Quick Bio:
-purebred-pound dog-blind
-dog rescue

Gotcha Date:
April 24th 2007

Birthday:
April 24th 2004

Likes:
Naps! Cuddles, Toy time, Dinnertime, his family, dog sibblings and Cat!

Pet-Peeves:
Being woken up or taken off the couch.

Favorite Toy:
Snail with no eyes!

Favorite Food:
Everything BUT his Pedigree Weight Management!

Favorite Walk:
The shortest one

Best Tricks:
Chopper sings Tom Jones ON KEY

Arrival Story:
Chopper found us at the Pierce County Humane Society. He had had a very hard life up until the point he was taken to the shelter. When he arrived at Pierce County, the groomers cut 5 pounds of matted fur off of him. He looked kind of funny, it was even a little hard to tell he was a Cocker with that hair cut, but I know it must have felt so much better. Chopper was very timid and scared at first, but became very attached to us very quickly, once he realized we were going to treat him well. We would go on hikes, go to the dog park and take road trips; and he fit right in.

Bio:
Sadly, early in 2008, Chopper's left eye became very cloudy and I immediately took him into the vet to receive the the unfortunate news that he had glaucoma. We were able to keep the pressure in the left eye regulated for a month, before the pain and pressure became unbearable for him; and that eye had to be removed. His right eye was maintained with pressure drops 2 times a day for nearly 2 years, but in December of 2010, his right eye was lost to the glaucoma as well. Chopper has adjusted well to the loss of his eyes, but there are some things he will not be able to enjoy again. The dog park and off-leash hikes are just too dangerous for him. He takes more naps and likes more "snuggle time". He still enjoys walks, but he goes much slower than before. He is still a very happy dog, and I don't think he'd rather be anywhere else!

Forums Motto:
"Napping is a Learned Skill"

I've Been On Dogster Since:
October 31st 2011 More than 3 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Dogster Id:
1214685


Meet my family
Cinderella
Dutchess of
Dublin
Buddy Boy

Meet my Pup Pals