Hansel (in Doggie Heaven)

Miniature Schnauzer
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Home:Huntington Beach, Los Angeles, CA  [I have a diary!]  
Sex: Male   Weight: 26-50 lbs

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the Dude, Joe Pesci

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Quick Bio:
-purebred-dog rescue

lovin'. I'm the most cuddleable, coolest dog. I make grown men coo.

when Amos steals my food. When people pay attention to Gretel instead of me!

Favorite Toy:
Anything I can chew up, especially if it's a challenge! I really like ripping the eyes and noses off of stuffed animals!

Favorite Food:
People food! Turns out I have a condition where dog food triggers a release of toxins to my brain and gives me seizures and makes me pee everywhere (which I really don't want to do!). Since Grandma started giving me people food, I've been fine!

Favorite Walk:
Anywhere I can run! Throw a ball, and I'll run into anything to get it (like the ocean or bushes twice as big as me)

Best Tricks:
Tricks are for sissies. My parents do what I say!

Arrival Story:
We're not sure, but we think I may have been bought to be a show dog, but I got too chubby. :( Luckily, the nice Schnauzer Rescue people in Huntington Beach found me, and when Gretel was getting spayed, my family saw me and couldn't leave me! They don't mind that I'm chubby - they say there's just more of me to love!

I get along well with other dogs, especially big ones. My family sometimes calls me Joe Pesci, because I think I'm a big dog! Also, don't tell Gretel, but I really love her, and I love curling up with her.

Forums Motto:
Cool and Kissable!

I've Been On Dogster Since:
April 25th 2005 More than 11 years!

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Saying Goodbye


September 15th 2005 12:03 pm
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On Tuesday night, I finally said goodbye to my family. It was very hard, but being surrounded by faces of people who love me made it a little easier. I'm up in doggie Heaven now, just waiting for them to come get me, so we can spend eternity together. If you have a sick puppy, tell him or her not to worry, there's tons of grass to play in, and beaches, and NO FLEAS!!! If your puppy is a girl, tell her that in Heaven, you get all your "stuff" back. ;) I have already made a bunch of friends up here, but I can always use more, so tell 'em to look me up when they get here.

Tell Gretel that I love her and not to be scared or sad. I know our family will take extra special care of her, especially now that I'm not there to steal their affection away from her. And tell my family that it's okay to miss me, but to know that I'm happy now, and I will never forget how much love they gave me. I know they did the very best they could to keep me healthy, and they helped me feel so much better for the time that I was with them.

I love you, Grandma, Dad (Matthew), Mommy (Lindsay), Aunt Missa, Grandpa, Erin, all the cool guys I've lived with in IV, LA, and OC, Philly, all the friends and ex boyfriends of my family who were so fun to play with, and especially Gretel and Amos.

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