Obbie R.I.P (2009-2013)

Toy Fox Terrier/Rhodesian Ridgeback
Picture of Obbie R.I.P (2009-2013), a female Toy Fox Terrier/Rhodesian Ridgeback

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Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

April 15th 2009

Going for rides and walks, getting into trouble like the garbage when moms not looking, climbing trees (trying to), spending time with mom, cuddling with mom and sister bailey, dunkin donut munchkins

Rain, baths, (anything to do with water), loud noises, strangers especially when they try to pet her before she feels them out

Favorite Toy:
Her rubber pig that "oinks" loudly

Favorite Food:
Cheez-its, munchkins, Rachel Ray's dog food, and anything someone else is eating even if she doesn't like it.

Favorite Walk:
Everywhere. Obbie loves to walk anywhere, any time

Best Tricks:
She can do some tricks only when she feels like it, but she does have some talented temper tantrums

The Last Forum I Posted In:
My heart is broken

My name is Obbie, pronounced like Bobby without the B. I weigh. 15 lbs, but my mother was an 80 lb ridgeback and my dad is a 4 lb toyfox. (really!)she had me when she was still a pup. I was left on my moms door step at 4-5 weeks old by someone with good intentions but low intelligance. They rang the doorbell and put me there. Dad was able to track them down, and they explained they heard we wanted a puppy and that I was a runt and my mom wasn't taking care of me properly. I couldnt walk yet, and Mom and dad took me to cvs that night to get some Just Born formula to bottle feed me. My human parents thought I was a boy, and dad liked the name Obbie so that was my name. In a couple of weeks I was becoming lonely, and mom and dad thought I could learn some important doggy stuff from another dog. My dad saw my sister walking down the street with my real mom, and asked if she was also up for adoption so I could have a friend. They adopted my sister, and we've been inseperable ever since. Almost three years later, I've come along way. I still struggle with some emotional problems, and I have trouble paying attention. I like to explore, and I sometimes get into trouble. Mom calls me the pokey little puppy. I act like a monkey and like to climb on top of furniture and I try to climb trees and fallen trees. Once I ran out the door and onto some ice. I fell through, but mom was right behind me and pulled me out. I enjoy using the balance beam at the dog park. I enjoy being carried by my mom, but she is trying to stop carrying me around even though I like it. I do not like being away from my mom, and I would like her to give me attention all the time. When I'm not getting attention I sneeze on people, or I cough loudly, cry, grunt and stare. Sometimes I have temper tantrums when I don't want to go to bed, or when we are walking and I want to go one way and mom wants to go the other. I roll on my back and play dead, refuse to move until I get what I want. I am very silly and I like to make people laugh. I have many facial expressions and I am very human like, so everyone thinks I am so cute. I am very scared of other people I dont know, even though mom tried to socialize me. I don't mind other dogs so much, but people always trying to pet me (they think I'm a puppy)and I would rather get to know them first. Once I warm up to them I get very excited and enjoy company from the people I know and like, but I sometimes climb all over them.Mom thinks I lacked important time with my real mom, so she brought me to a trainor and we are working on ways to calm me and teach mom how to work with me so I am less anxious and more independent and so that I respect others space and don't climb all over them.

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