Mountain Cur/Breed Unknown
Picture of Pucky, a male Mountain Cur/Breed Unknown

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Home:Manassas, VA  
Age: 12 Years   Sex: Male   Weight: 100+ lbs

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   Leave a bone for Pucky

P-diddy, Pucklepotomus, P-diddy potomus, Mr. Puckles Man

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Quick Bio:
-mutt-dog rescue

April 1st 2003

Food, destroying all that he can get his mouth on, teasing Skipper, Rob!

Meter Men (sorry bout that guys), Strangers walking to close to his fence

Favorite Toy:
jolly ball, tree limps, Rob

Favorite Food:
anything and everything

Favorite Walk:
Backyard, the battlefield, around the neighborhood

Best Tricks:
roll over,

Arrival Story:
I recieved a call on the tuesday before July 4th informing me that there was an 8 wk old pit bull at the county shelter that was going to be euthanized. I immediately contacted the shelter vouching for the puppy and said i could be there in 1 hour. They agreed to hold the puppy for me. I left work early and drove as fast as I could knowing that the little girls life was still very much in danger. I arrived at the shelter only to be told that I was to late. 10 minutes to late to be exact they had already destroyed her (their exact words). I walked through the lines of homeless and hopefull dogs just to make sure and noticed a tiny little baby boy (#696) in a kennel with a lot of other mismatched puppies. Since I hadn't even considered another dog other than the little girl I came to save I didn't even think about inquiring about him. But just the same I put my fingers through the kennel fencing and where as all the other puppies pushed one another around for attention this one waited quietly off to the side. When I was finally able to get to him all he did was gently lick my fingers. I left him where he was in his kennel and went back to the front desk. At this point it was 4 o'clock and closing time. I turned to go out the front door when another kennel worker came to the front dragging behind her on a six foot lead what had been puppy 696. The one with the kind and unbothered dispostion. I think he knew what was coming because he was lying on his side limply and she was having to drag him through the front reception area. At the end of a hall off shooted from the reception area was the room where the dogs that were unwanted or whose time were up went to be destroyed. To my astonishment that is where this kennel worker was headed with puppy 696! I hurried back to the receptionist and asked her where the puppy was being taken. She told me coldly that he'd been there 10 days and his time was up. I frantically asked her if I could meet him. And she responded by telling me that it was 4:04 which meant that officially they were closed. I told her I was very interested in adopting him. At this point she seemed to be very bothered by my questions and said "pay the adoption fee now or leave" I never even blinked. I handed over the money and the receptionist strolled down the hall to collect the newest addition to my family. I quickly filled out the rest of the paper work and left with my new baby. He's been a handful since the beginning but I know god put him in my path for a reason. He is the happiest most loving and entertaining of my three and I couldn't imagin my household with out him. Things would definately be too bland.

I've Been On Dogster Since:
March 10th 2004 More than 12 years!

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