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Chow Chow/Shetland Sheepdog
Picture of Stella, a female Chow Chow/Shetland Sheepdog

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Home:Denver, CO  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 12 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 11-25 lbs

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Stellabella, Bella

Quick Bio:
-mutt-dog rescue

March 3rd 2003

Destroying soft squeeky toys and bathing her cat-brother, Oscar

Having the cats try to eat from her bowl, being pushed off the bed, left outside, being left home

Favorite Toy:
Her squeeky, furry frisbee

Favorite Food:

Favorite Walk:
The dog park. A big fenced in area, about 6 acres, just for dogs to run, play and socialize.

Best Tricks:
She can sit, lie down, roll over, speak, shake hands, beg, and kennel up

Arrival Story:
We visited the nearby animal shelter ( almost every day looking for the perfect pup. At first, we wanted a grown dog, but we eventually found Stella, nearly 3 months old, a golden ball of sleepy fluff who let all the other wild puppies run all over her.

Stella has severe separation anxiety, but we're working on it. She instinctively knows when her Daddy is due home from work and gets a edgy - she loves him. She gets very anxious when we shows signs of leaving the house, or if one of us has left, she's anxious for quite a while. Stella learns extraordinarily quickly and with Mom's help can get down a new trick in 10 minutes flat. Mom thinks Stella would make a great working farm dog, since she's fast, loyal and likes to have a job to do. Maybe in another life, Stellabella!

Forums Motto:
Cat food tastes better.

I've Been On Dogster Since:
March 8th 2004 More than 11 years!

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Bye Bye Stella

Bye Bye Stella

October 22nd 2005 12:22 am
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It's been over two months now since you've been gone. No, Stella hasn't passed away. We gave her a new home with someone who had children for her to play with, and a big yard and an active lifestyle.
My husband and I couldn't keep her anymore because I had to start working and therefore Stella would be crated all day and that just made me sad.

It's been over two months, and I still get choked up when I see your pictures. Oh, I hope you are happy where you are. That you've learned to love your new people. I hope we've made the right decision and that you are happy.

I miss you so much. I miss so many things about you. I miss the way your feet made a tapping sound on the kitchen floor. I miss the way your little head smelled. I miss my little shadow who followed me around and made me feeled cared for. I miss my funny, clever, cuddly, happy dog. I hope hope hope you are happy. I hope you dont remember us at all. We remember and miss you enough for all of us. I hope you're not sad, like I am, missing you.

I came here to your website to delete it. Because you're no longer mine. Then I realized you're still in my heart and I want to celebrate you still... and so your little page remains. Sending my love your way, Stellabella.

Here's to your life, fully lived.


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