German Shepherd/Breed Unknown
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Home:Southern, NV  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 15 Years   Sex: Male   Weight: 51-100 lbs

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Mr. Cisco, Pretty Boy

Quick Bio:
-mutt-dog rescue

Licking the makeup off faces

Unexpectedly loud noises

Favorite Toy:

Favorite Food:
Used tissues fresh fromthe trash can make a tasty snack; Grilled chicken breast and coucous (only when the dog food runs out)

Favorite Walk:

Best Tricks:
World Class snuggler

Arrival Story:
Cisco had been on the run for quite some time. A very nice woman with the Humane Society named Joey fostered him for six months waiting to find him a good home. I had just bought my home and needed a companion dog for Carson because Macy is retired and does not want to play. My sister had heard about him so I went to Joey's to meet him. He was such a sweet boy I knew he would make a great addition to my household. Joey brought him over the day after my housewarming party. Cisco and Carson started playing together immediately. It was dog love at first sight because they are now inseparable. I am heartened to read about other people who have openned their hearts to strays, pound dogs and rescues. Although I grew up with full bred dogs, I will probably never have one again knowing there are so many others out there who need homes. They can be a challenge but the rewards are great.

According to Joey, his full name is Cisco the Kid because of his life on the run. However, Cisco says, "Carson is my woman. I was born to love her. Thank you Joey for taking care of me and helping me get to my home and my woman."

The Groups I'm In:
Las Vegas Dogs

I've Been On Dogster Since:
March 20th 2004 More than 12 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Dogster Id:

Meet my family
Macy LeeCarson Pirie

Meet my Pup Pals
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The Tasty Treat in the Backyard

Splenic Torsion

May 25th 2006 4:09 pm
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On May 18, 2006 I almost lost my life to splenic torsion but my doctor and his tech operated on my and removed my four pound spleen and repaired my pancreas and stomach. I am grateful to all the vets and vet techs who helped me get better. They treated me so well and they call to see how I am doing. However, it feels so nice to be at home. Even though it is rare, I encourage everyone to look up splenic torsion and learn about it.


Ya Know...

February 7th 2005 6:03 pm
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I really like this Dogster site and all of stuff about me but Mom really spends too much time in front of this computer and not enough time with me (big sigh!)


Oct. 10, 2004

October 24th 2004 3:32 pm
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So Carson and I were in the backyard playing when I found a juicy dead rodent and decided it would make a nice snack. Although this would disgust my mom, I was on the run for a long time before I came to her and I have eaten a few rodents in my past. Anyway, so I am snacking on the rodent when mom comes to see what I have in my mouth and she yells and tells me to drop it. Now I am all for following what mom tells me but it was a really meaty rodent so I kept going back to get it hoping that she wouldn't see me. That didn't work so she made Carson and I come back in the house while she got on the computer and made some phone calls. Then she got the nice young kid from next store to come and pick the rodent up and put it in a plastic bag. Little did Carson and I know, she was taking us to the vet. Ugh! I just found a rodent...what was the big deal? Anyway, we spent all afternoon at the vet while they tried to make us puke. Then she gave us a Vitamin K shot. Now Carson and I have to take these Vitamin K cookies (chewable tablets) to make sure we don't get sick in case the rodent was poisoned. The cookies are okay but I the afternoon at the vet's sucked.

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