Olivia Fawn

German Shepherd/Breed Unknown
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Age: 7 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 26-50 lbs

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Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Quick Bio:
-mutt-pound dog

Gotcha Date:
December 6th 2012

December 6th 2009


Pupperoni. That stuff is gross.

Favorite Toy:

Favorite Food:
Boiled Chicken Breast.

Favorite Walk:
Around the neighborhood.

Best Tricks:

Arrival Story:
Adopted from Animal Shelter.

Found as a stray. Lived in an apartment for a while, then turned into a shelter. Transferred to another shelter, then adopted.

I've Been On Dogster Since:
December 8th 2012 More than 4 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

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Olivia's Couch

No More Pills!

December 15th 2012 6:23 pm
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My icky medication for my upset stomach is all gone and I am so happy! My food is nice, boiled chicken on yummy kibble, but the humans would mix in these awful white chunks in it, ugh! They were bitter with a 'clinical powder' texture- just awful. Now I can freely munch my chicken and kibble without fear of stomach medicine spoiling the taste. Hurray!


Ending a Friendship...

December 13th 2012 1:58 pm
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Yesterday I was having a great chew session with Craig, my squeaky chipmunk friend, when I pulled out a plastic thing from his back. When you apply pressure to this plastic thing, you hear Craig's voice. I apologized to him and left the squeaker next to him on the floor. I then waited for him to put it back in, so we could resume playing. However, it appears that Craig is lazy, and refused to put his squeaker back in. He just laid there- not even making an effort. Screw him. If he doesn't want to play, then fine.

Earlier this morning, I gave my nom-nom bone to mom, so she could have some. She took a long time to give it back to me. She tortured me by holding it in front of my face, and then snatching it away before I could grab it. She did this many times- how hearltess. Fortunately, I discovered that the ugly circular rug under the glowing 'inside tree' is a fine place to leave it out of her reach. I will keep it there for now. She can be my friend if she leaves my nom-nom bone alone. If she wants to be cruel, then I will cut her off like I did to Craig.

I tried my hand at 'watchdogging' today too. I give a big 'shepherd bark' at the door when someone approaches. I'm not gonna bite or anything, I just wanna tell them not to start any shenanigans, lest they be scolded. Scoldings are awful.


Squeaky Chipmunks!

December 11th 2012 8:58 am
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After spending a night at the vet, I am home! I was given a gift when I got back: my very own squeaking chipmunk. I was a little weirded out at first, as I am not allowed to play with the ones that run around outside. I was under the impression that chipmunks, squirrels and all of their ilk were off limits. But now that I have my own chipmunk, I can chew on his head and cuddle with him all I want. I think I will call him Craig. I'll love Craig FOREVER!

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