Webber


Boxer
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Home:San Jose, CA  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 12 Years   Sex: Male   Weight: 51-100 lbs

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Nicknames:
Webbie(s), Wehbeeb, Pooshie, Shakoozie, Stinkpot

Doggie Dynamics:
 Energy 
sleepyenergetic
 
 Intelligence 
sillygenius
 
 Friendliness 
aggressiveaffectionate
 
 Playfulness 
not playfulvery playful
 
 Disposition 
anxiouscalm
 

Quick Bio:
-purebred

Likes:
Licking faces, kidney beaning, car rides, sleeping on the couch

Pet-Peeves:
Getting left in the Car or at Home, Not being able to catch you if you run away from him

Favorite Toy:
Rubber Twig, Blanket, Rubber Ball

Favorite Food:
Dog Food with Pumpkin

Favorite Walk:
Down the hill we live in and then back up the stairs.

Best Tricks:
Sit! Hi-5! Down! Down Down! Speak!

Arrival Story:
My husband and I were looking for a Boxer Rescue. Though we weren't looking for a puppy, the foster parent happenned to have a litter he was taking care of. There were only two precious babies left and what do you know? We fell in love with one of them. We decided to take Webber home right then and there!

The Last Forum I Posted In:
are some breeds smarter than others?

I've Been On Dogster Since:
March 27th 2004 More than 10 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Dogster Id:
22300


Meet my family
Duncan

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It's Webber's Wonderful Life


Little Brother

February 23rd 2006 9:38 am
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Back in May, Mom and Dad decided to get a new puppy for the family. They told me that part of the reason why they wanted to get a new puppy was so that I could have a playmate. Whenever I get bored, I either nudge one of them and lay my head on their lap or I stand about 2 feet away from them and stare until they can't take it anymore. I guess those tactics were starting to get old, so now I have a new little brother. He's not so new anymore, since we've been together for 9 months already.

His name is Duncan. He can be such a pest sometimes. He nibbles on my ankles with his sharp teeth and even latches onto my jowels. I admit, it does make me yelp at times, but I take it like a dog. I play back, but I never actually bite down. He is about a quarter of my size, but I still let him think he's boss. Though my old boxer days of being an energizer bunny have somewhat gone by, I still can keep up with the little whippersnapper. I believe his agility and speed was learned from me. He's also taught me a few things:

1. Eating all my food right away instead of one bite at a time like I used to.
2. Barking at other dogs while we're walking.
3. Barking when the door bell rings.

Sometimes I'm not in the mood to play and just want to take a nap. That's usually when Mom or Dad make a bed for me and keeps Duncan away. At first, I was a bit skeptical about the addition, but now it's all gravy.

 

Discovering my Journalistic Abilities

October 4th 2004 8:53 am
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I suppose I've been a bad doggie lately due to the fact I have not visited Dogster in such a long time. It really is a great way for me to meet dogs from all over the US! I'm glad Bella had asked me to become her pup pal or I probably wouldn't have logged on to discover the new Journal Entry feature on this website. The team who runs this thing is so creative! (Check out Bella's page after mine. She is a cute 3-month old boxer!)

So what's been happenning in my wild and crazy life, you ask? Well, since July, my mommy and daddy sold our condo even though our new house isn't built yet. They told me it was such a great offer, they couldn't pass it up and also because they market is "hot" right now. Yes, they try to teach me everything. They think I'm a person! Anyway, I have been living at granma, great-auntie and great-granma's house ever since. Mommy, Daddy and I share one room together and I love it! I miss my crate at times, so I hang out in the bathroom or in the hallway every so often. The close quarters comfort me. It's been difficult for me adjusting to great granma's accent. I don't understand what she's saying and she's always yelling at me! Once, daddy didn't come home for lunch and mommy was on a business trip and great-granma forgot to take me out during lunchtime. By the time daddy came home from work, I was about to pee inside the house but I was good and held it for a long time - around 8 hours! There are also upsides to living here. I seem to be able to persuade them more easily in giving me people food. It's awesome! I'm staying here till Mid-November I think when the new house is completely built.

Well, this is my first entry and I hope you enjoyed getting to know a little bit more about me! I can't wait to read your entries so start writing if you already haven't! Dogster is a great community. Til next time!

 
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