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Ichiban, in loving memory

Golden Retriever
Picture of Ichiban, in loving memory, a female Golden Retriever

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Ichi, Bunny Butt, Ichiban Piglet, Disgrasyada

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Quick Bio:

May 12th 2005

attention, walks, sleeping, being with mom, headbands, playing, tummy rubs

not being the center of attention

Favorite Toy:
none. too lazy to play.

Favorite Food:

Favorite Walk:
anywhere around the house

Best Tricks:
sneaking out of the house

Arrival Story:
kringle and emo's daughter :)

she went to her first vet visit when she was just about 3 weeks old because she wasn't feeling well (she overate). she's the eldest of the litter but weighs the least. she likes sneaking out of the house at night. and then one day she got impregnated... by a mutt. :| she passed away march 6, 2009 for having ingested rat poison. we didn't know until it was too late. she was throwing up and excreting blood from her rectum. then after 24 hours, she was taken away from us. she will be remembered dearly.

The Groups I'm In:
**Girls just wanna have fun**, All Pets from the Philippines, Goldens and Friends, Pinoy Dogs

I've Been On Dogster Since:
June 11th 2005 More than 10 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Dogster Id:

Meet my family
KringleEmoLafayette, in
loving memory
Sebastian, in
loving memory
Balthazar, in
loving memory

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Hello there


February 8th 2006 9:20 am
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Hello there. My name is Ichiban. It means #1 in Japanese. That's because I am the very firstest ever puppy born to this non-Japanese household.

Anyway, enough of that. I am cute, loveable... but I am fat! I am a fat curly dog! That's why my family loves me even more.

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