Photo Comments Sex: Female Weight: 26-50 lbs
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Miss Tish, The Barking One, Digger Dog
January 20th 1986
To be with the people, cat box snacks, a good escape from the yard, pizza bones, rides in the car, a long walk on the leash, a nice bed with pillows, a good cat sniff, rolling in something dead, a romp in 9-12" of snow
Sleeping humans, getting tossed from the bed, being tied up in front of a store, not getting a people food snack
Little stuffed animals, a stick, lots of sticks, tug o leash, socks, underwear
Pizza, anything on your plate, a good bag of garbage, meat scraps, chick peas
Anywhere it can go, to the pizzeria, in front of the 24 hour deli
Escaping from the yard, finding squirrels, chasing rabbits, snacking from the table, digging a cool spot in the garden
Tasha was displaced from a few homes during her first 1.5 years. I had met Tasha during one of her stays with her original owners sister. One day I had to work on one of those school holidays and the folks were kind enough to watch the kids - since I had no time to take off with. When I picked up the kids, the dog came with us. Tasha made me her human, and we had 14 years together as a family.
Tasha had a long history of back yard escapes, duck and small animal kills, dumpster diving, rolling in mucky substances, and loving rides in the car. As she got older, her back legs started to give her trouble. The last two years she was carried up and down two flights of stairs, and on a regimen of anti inflamatories. She continued to walk around the neighborhood on a leash, but deteriorated quickly during her last 6 months. Tasha became a housemate of Sarge, Jessie, Delco and Melba who are cats. She learned to live with the cats and the cats finally figured out that all she wanted to do was sniff their tails. Once this ritual was established, everyone lived in peace.
Just let me sniff you
I've Been On Dogster Since:
|June 19th 2005
||More than 7 years!
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