corker no longer with us

Irish Terrier
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Home:Carmichael, CA  [I have a diary!]  
Sex: Male   Weight: 26-50 lbs

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corky, red dog, buddy, bud, red, frog man, pero rojo, doggo,cory

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Quick Bio:

dirty shorts, our socks and shoes, papers, untying shoes, barking at squirrels and birds and cats, laying on his belly with his back legs out like a frog, being fed his kibble piece by piece in bed with us, chewing ice, bones and biscuits

when we read or use the computer or phone; anything not involving him. it's all about Corker :))

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Favorite Food:
Hill's Physician's formula c/d, apples, bananas

Favorite Walk:
dog park or in the neighborhood

Best Tricks:
sit, down

Arrival Story:
we waited while corker's mama, roz, found out whe was preggers, and finally, got to see the whole litter from day one! such cuties. they were all named after Trekkie folks, and he was named Rieker (Commander #1). We re-named him Corker because he is such a corker and a jester. Full of viss and pinegar.

Corky's mom, Roz, just had another litter (of 8! 5 males and 3 females.) They are so cute. Their eyes aren't open yet, and they sound so sweet, like little birdies crying out for food. It's a miracle when the birth of puppies happens. Roz is a good mom to the babes.

Forums Motto:
Corker-Red Dog

I've Been On Dogster Since:
March 12th 2004 More than 11 years!

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Corker's Doggery Diary

Corker's Doggery Diary

May 2nd 2005 7:48 pm
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Dear Doggery Diary,

I love my mom and dad (human ones) very much. They love me too. They give me kibble, and loves, and comb me, and kiss on me all the time. I get walks and sometimes they sing to me. And also howl at me. My birth mother just had a litter of 8 (5 males and 3 females) pups. So cute, according to my human parents. Awwwww. I wish they'd bring one home, so I would have a playmate. I get lonely sometimes. I like my pals in my corral, too. I don't see them much, but they live too far to walk to see them. Dogs RULE!

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