Photo Comments Age: 15 Years Sex: Male Weight: 51-100 lbs
Leave a bone for Hank
Dogster stats for Hank
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Hanklin, Hanky, Honk, Hoss, Hanky So Lanky, Frothy, Hanky Panky
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August 15th 2001
Of course the Walks, Berkely Dog Park, Evenings sprawled out in the yard, Road Trips, Kirklands, My Crate, Visits to pals Sammy and Petula, Rare scent of meat, Hounds, especially my mentor Tigger!, Mountain Air, Renegade golf expeditions, Roy the Cat, Bed
Anything involving water, except for the drinking and keep that brush away from me!! Not terribly wild about putting the Gentle Leader on.
Have-a-Ball (not the immitation Stuff-a-Balls - I'm all about the Costello originals)
Whatever meat is on the bbq and Kirklands
Mondo Vino, where dogs are treated like royalty amidst breakables galore.
Running leashless up to the house at the end of walk and waiting for me to catch up to deliver a Hi-5 on the porch.
Hank was one of two puppies I met for adoption. While he might not have been trying to charm me with his shy, mild-mannered, non-puppy-like behaviour, it was clear that he would be a great dog and friend. His maturity was beyond his months. He was no show dog, but his classic good looks can't be denied. I took him home as soon as I could, which turned out to be the day before Thanksgiving, 2001. No doubt what I was thankful for.......
The pound had Hank (ahem, Ace) listed as an Australian Cattle Dog mixed with a Doberman Pincher. As he got older, I thought he was more of a German Shepherd. But, internet research has me believing his main breed is Austrlian Kelpie. Not that it matters, he's 100% Canine Coolness.
I roadied for The Saints
I've Been On Dogster Since:
|July 12th 2005
||More than 11 years!
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