Age: 10 Years Sex: Male Weight: 1-10 lbs
|Home:Bay Area, CA ||[I have a diary!] |
Leave a bone for Buddy Kinsey
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Buddy, Baby, Little Guy, "Buddy Bee Buddy Boo - Bada Bing Bada Bang," Budster
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May 5th 2003
The doggy door and car seat.
Mom on the computer or phone or anything that takes her attention away from me.
A Lion hand puppet bought at Marine World.
Well, I love people food most, but not allowed. Will sneak and eat Mom's food if she is not looking!
The Park and Petco: smelling everything and doing my bronco (bull) dance.
Hugging, Sit, Lay Down, Roll Over, Give you Ten, Wait and Shake Hands.
When my human sister married in April 2003, a real sweetheart (just like me), Mom was sad. But she decided to look on the web and search for a Chihuaha. When she entered Bay Area in California and saw many breeder referrals. To make a long story short someone told mom about Osito's, they breed show dog chihuahuas and had one to sell as a pet. I, Buddy, formally known as Tate, was to big to be a show dog. When mom went to pick me up, there were about 10 of us pups in one room and None of us were barking, which surprised mom. I don't know why. Sure enough as she was told I was bigger than all the others and gentle. My weight 5 lbs at 3 months old. The breeder, a lovely couple, referred to me as the "Gentle Giant." After spending some time mom just had to adopt me, I am a little sweetheart. Everyone that sees me, just loves me, I don't mean to brag;)
I love my Mom, she has given me a wonderful home. I have independence because of the Doggy Door, it's FUN going in and out as I please. The only restriction I have is the car seat and crossing the street on my own, but mom explains its for my safety. I've learned to love the car seat because I can sit up high and look out the window, even lean out a little bit. My mom hates it if I cross the street without her permission, I love doing it but get into trouble whenever I sneak across. Oh, and I also hate: having my fur brushed, getting wet which means I really don't like bathes (but I must) then having my paws touched. I will put up with it when its for a massage but NOT having my nails cut. Well, the nails have to get cut, because mom says it's good for me. Also my mom says I know one more tricks: Dance the Cha Cha Cha, well sort of, I only do it for the treat, no other times ;) When my mom taught me to hug, that's the only thing I don't mind not getting a treat. Whenever she says "What a good dog, I wag my tag, that's my treat for hugs.
Perfectly happy dog, Phd
Favorite person besides Mom::
Bullies and Snauages
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|July 14th 2005
||More than 8 years!
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March 9th 2007 9:47 pm
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Greetings from Buddy to all you Beautiful Dogs!!!!!
My first entry in a long time.
1) My mom retired and is on a limited income, therefore she couldn't subscribe to Dogster Plus. Booooo, I miss giving out all those neat Zealies, stars, hearts, rosettes, rainbows.
2) I got real sick, still am on antibidotics. My mom was so worried because I had a horrible cough, didn't feel like eating and would cough up undigested food. She was worried I ate a rock or something. Thankfully it wasn't that serious, if she only asked me I would have told her. I'm not that DUMB to eat rocks, puwee that taste icky. I had a temperature of 104 - 107. I'm getting better, eating and not coughing so much.
3) Ahhhhhhh how could I ever thank Rita and Rosita for giving me zealies. They are the MOST sweetest Senioritas in the WORLD.
Well, rrfn for now.
December 17th 2005 10:33 pm
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Buddy Kinsey here reporting on ......... the Dog Park
But first I must say: "Thank you" to Dogster for selecting me in the Today's Picks for the Journals. What an honor.
Weeeee I finally was taken to the dog park. It's located in Union City, California and was it wonderful. I met so many beautiful dogs there. I must say the smells were great too.
My mom didn't like it, but for some reason I just couldn't help but want to get on top of this Jack Russell girl dog. I mean if felt so natural and the smell was great, tho her mom says she was spayed, whatever that means. Everytime I went for her, my mom would scold me. I thought that was the right thing to do because these other boy dogs tried getting on top of me. I had to teach them the right thing to do, but mom says "no," just play. Then my mom saw this beautiful dog, her name was Serena and she was a Bellington Terrier and she looked like a lamb. So darling and she was so sweet, but she only wanted to stay around people. So, I just had to keep going after the Jack Russell girl.
Oh well, I sniffed everywhere and that day when we went to the car I got sick and all this white foaming stuff came up out of my stomach. My mom felt sorry for me, she said I must have been overwhelmed with all those smells.
And guess what she did: She told everyone there at the small dog park all about "Dogster!" In the future she'll need to bring that flyer about Dogster and take my picture there.
I'm so glad mom didn't stay mad at me for going after that girl dog because she took me again to the "Dog Park!" Oh what fun. We saw a minature pincher named Maraduke, for some reason he kept going after me and so did a Wippet boy dog. Ugh, they kept trying to get on top of me, shame shame shame. But they're still little pups so they're just learning. Again I couldn't help it I kept going after this Bichon girl, whew she was cute. Here name was Olivia, wow what a doll err I mean dog. I got to stay for 2 hours. And there weren't very many big dogs and I just wanted to checked out those smells, so mom opened the gate and took me there.
Wouldn't you know it, a Greyhound chick was so excited to see me see kept chasing me and I got real scared, so Mom picked me up and had to take me back to where I belonged.
I was exhausted that day, but I can't wait until we return.
Buddy out for now and until next time RRFN
December 10th 2005 3:07 pm
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Buddy here reporting on being mischievous and the rewards for it.
My mom can't remember but she left her leftover burrito where I could get it. She told everyone that she only ate about 1/4 of the super burrito when she went shopping. Then when she got home she didn't realize she left it somewhere where I could reach. Ahhhh, while her and her girlfriend were having their dinner they didn't even thinking of me. hahaha They were so busy talking and enjoying a feast. Well, I had a feast too!
The next morning my mom went to her computer, and lo and behold she saw something on the floor near the computer chair. She thought ... what's that ... "Oh Buddy how could you," is what she said. She told everyone how I ate right through the brown paper bag, the foil, the tortilla and then to get to the good stuff shredded beef, beans, cheese and rice. Oo0o lala, Oooo lala and hmmm hmmm good.
My mom was worried because I ate allot of foil. She looked at my disposable jobs and couldn't find anything that looked like foil. She's thinking of taking me in to the Vet, because maybe it's still in my tummy. Oh no! I hope I don't go to the Vet.
Buddy over and out and until next time RRFN
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