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Age: 12 Years Sex: Female Weight: 11-25 lbs
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Luna Belle, Luna Bear, Lunatic, Lune
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August 14th 2004
June 17th 2004
Neck rubs, chasing squirrels, swimming, cuddling Daddy, cheddar cheese and a good red wine
Solei stealing her toys, Being Ignored, squirrels she can't catch, herding breeds and empty beer bottles (shouldn't they be full?)
Puzzle Toys, a dingy old rope and her sister Solei
Cheddar Cheese goes well with Red Wine
Lake Calhoun (Walk, Swim, Walk, Swim)
Roll Over, Jump, Ringing a bell when she wants to go out and sneaking sips out of unsuspecting guests drinks during Mommy and Daddy's dinner parties
We never thought we could get a dog with both of our allergies and decided our hearts needed a dog and our lungs could handle a poodle mix. We adopted her from a "breeder" and quickly bonded as she became very sick within a day of picking her up. After 7 weeks, many trips to the vet and close to $1000, she was a happy and healthy little puppy and knew that we would do anything for her.
Luna has a large dog family, including sister Solei, Aunt Roxie, cousins Stella, Pijo and Buddy, close friends Sadie, Frosty, and Manny, neighbors Max and Bingley, and her littermate Kiefer Paekche. When not hunting squirrels or trying to steal sips of wine from glasses on the cocktail table, Luna likes to spy on the neighbors, keep a close eye on her Queen-dom, and try to figure out how she can take over the world.
German Shepherd in disguise
The Last Forum I Posted In:
You got Nike to Drop Vick
Squirrels in the back yard, Going Bye Bye Car, Puzzle Toys
Preferring to pee on the stairs then outside
Taking a toy or ball to the top of our stairs and throwing it down the stairs for Mommy or Daddy to throw back up for me. I can play catch on the stairs for hours.
My birthday, I get a glass of red wine all to myslef
Most Hated Day:
Independence Day... are all those loud firecrackers necessary?
I've Been On Dogster Since:
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September 20th 2007 6:45 pm
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Lambykins, one of my favorite stuffed animals, was attacked in our house and declared dead on the scene. Lambykins’ gruesome murder by evisceration, disemboweled during the light of day in a sleepy neighborhood,, is shocking to everyone and has all our stuffed animal friends living in constant terror. Lambykins was a central member of our family who provided endless love to me and Solei, making it crazy that Mommy and Daddy are blaming us for his death. We have both decided to plead the fifth to these ludicrous charges of killing our good friend.
Photo of Lambykins Murder Scene
August 29th 2007 1:48 pm
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The late Leona Hemsley left her beloved Maltese, Trouble, the largest gift in her will; a hefty $12 Million. That is a lot of money for a small puppy. We think Trouble should use her gift to help other animals in need once her immediate needs like food, shelter and a private jet are taken care of. After that, there are plenty of other doggies who could use Trouble's help.
Trouble, how about you take me and Solei out for a nice steak dinner with a good Merlot next time we're in New York and we can discuss all the ways you in the fine company of Trouble....
July 29th 2007 7:11 am
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My mom has been spitting mad lately with all the news and images of the dog fighting that Quarterback Michael Vick and his "friends" are accused of running. She says that hundreds of thousands of animals are "adopted" every year for the sole purposes of using them to kill other animals or to be killed. Big dogs, like my Aunt Roxie, think they are being adopted to loving homes only to find themselves having to kill or be killed to satisfy their new owners who are looking to make money off them.
Mommy is starting to write letters to organizations urging them to stand up against animal fighting and wants everyone to do the same. I have attached a letter below that my Mom wrote to amazon.com, who sells animal fighting magazines and books. Please tell your parents to take the time to cut and paste the letter and send it to Amazon to show them that animals should be lovers and not fighters, and to boycot amazon until they start respecting the animals. Thanks!
The following letter can be mailed to customer service through amazon.com, through the American Humane Society at the following link, or directly to Amazon at 1516 2nd Ave., Seattle, WA 98101.
Dear Jeff Bezos , Amazon.com Founder & CEO;
Michael Vick’s career as an NFL Quarterback is over due to his involvement in an animal fighting ring. This should be a wake up call to all engaged in the support and promotion of these cruel and horrific acts against animals; the American public is not going to tolerate any person or company associated with torturing animals. The backlash against animal fighting and cruelty is not just directed at those running these fights, it also includes those who sell books and magazines aimed at promoting animal fighting, which includes amazon.com
I was disgusted to discover that amazon.com continues to sell publications that promote and support animal fighting, a practice that not only hurts and kills hundreds of thousands of animals but also puts adults and children at risk of attack. Despite repeated pleas from the American Humane Society to stop selling these magazines and books, amazon.com will not take a stand against animal torture nor comply with federal laws banning the sale of such publications.
If a plea by the American Humane Society and threats of lawsuits for violating federal laws prohibiting the sale and distribution of materials aimed at promoting animal fighting is not enough, perhaps it is time for your customers to send an even louder message and stop purchasing from Amazon until these publications are pulled from your virtual shelves. Your online audience is your lifeline, and as this same audience learns of the support you lend to the animal fighting industry by continuing to sell these barbaric publications, your sales will surly start to plummet.
There is no First Amendment right to sell publications promoting and soliciting the purchase of fighting animals and weapons. These publications are as morally repugnant as child pornography and selling these publications makes you no better then those actually engaging in torturing these animals. I urge you to not only comply with federal law, but do the morally and ethically right thing by pulling animal fighting publications from your sales line. The community of animal lovers dedicated to stopping this practice by boycotting amazon.com will hurt your sales much more then pulling animal fighting publications from your virtual shelves.
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