"I'm looking down at Granny while she sweeps the tornado shelter."
Age: 15 Years Sex: Female Weight: 51-100 lbs
"I'm enjoying my sunshine time while Granny works in the yard. Woof!"
"December 2011 and I'm almost 14 years old now."
"I'm chillin' in the yard watching Granny work."
"Granny loves us so. We always make her smile and laugh."
"I love my Lady Dawg! Christmas Eve, 2011"
"Ha! I captured Katy's basketball, so it's now mine for a while. Woof!!"
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"The capture of the morning,Katy and I cornered an opossum who was playing dead.Wake up and let's play!! By the way, you can read the whole story which is quite funny in Katy's diary entitled,"My Short-Lived Play Toy."Actually, the opossum didn't die."
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"Granny got a new camera and we're posing BEFORE we get our treat-treat bone."
"My Snow Paw Print ... Granny said that I leave paw prints on her heart." [See My DogsterPlus Photo Book]
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Lady loves to bask in the sunshine and while doing so, she rolls around in the grass making cute grunting sounds.
She doesn't like to have her feet touched. She tolerates Katy's rambunctiousness, but I know it must bother her especially in the hot weather. Katy likes to put her front paws on Lady's back allowing Katy to walk on two legs and Lady on four. Cute!
That would be squeaky rat-tat, a stuffed animal. She bounces it up and down to hear the squeaking and acts like a litle puppy when doing so. It is for Lady only as Katy would rip it to smithereens.
She loves her dry dog food but also samples apples, peanut butter, buttered toast, cheese, lettuce, raw potatoes, celery, broccoli, carrots, and dill pickles. I can't think of anything that she snubs!
She loves to run like the wind in an open grassy field behind our backyard. It makes her feel so liberated, and I'm sure it reminds her somewhat of her younger days when she had hundreds of acres on which to roam.
She is quite obedient and will fetch things and bring them back. She "speaks" when asked to and comes when called. She will drop anything on command.
Lady belongs to my son but on November 1, 2003, Lady came to live with me (Granny) as my son had to move to an apartment and he and I felt she'd be much happier with a big yard and access to country living. Lady was raised on many acres on a ranch in South Texas that was full of lots of wildlife. She ran and she ran and she ran. She also loved to get in the back of my son's pickup truck with her buddy, Cooney, and scope the acres "on wheels." She and Cooney were told to "load up" and they excitedly jumped on the bed of the truck, loving every minute of their drive. In living with Granny she also lives with my dog, Katy. Katy is Lady's daughter.
Lady was born in Uvalde, Texas and has lived in Batesville on a large ranch, Georgetown where Katy was born, and now with her Granny and one of her daughters.
One thing really cool about Lady is when we were walking in the country, she found an opposum under a bush and put it in her mouth. I said, "Lady, drop!" and she did so without hesitation and without hurting the animal. The opposum played dead for about twenty minutes right out in the bright sunlight, but Lady left it alone. Finally the opposum scurried back under the bush.
Check out Katy's page and in her diary under, "My Short-Lived Play Toy", another possum story is told. It is about the possum in the photograph on my page and Katy's page as well.
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January 9th 2011 9:12 am
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I am so honored to be chosen as "Dog of the Day" today, January 9, 2011. I feel so very special and loved. You woofers are all so pawsome and have truly made my day. My bio-daughter, Katy, and my human Granny thank you too.
I'm 12 1/2 years old now and hope I'll be around for many more years. I am so very loved and happy. Even though I'm getting older, I'm doing really well in spite of beating cancer when I was 8. I still love to run like the wind, scare cows by running up on them, go on a Mr. Squirrel hunt with Katy, please Granny by bringing her my toys, take our daily walks, and well, I'm just totally loving life.
Big woofs to one and all!!
December 24th 2007 4:07 pm
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Wow, what an exciting afternoon this has become.
My wonderful friend Portos, who is a beautiful angel at the Rainbow Bridge, and his pack have given me a subscription to DogsterPlus. Granny, Katy, and I are just so thrilled and honored because of this. We are so touched by such generosity that we don't even know how to begin to thank him, his pack, and his humans.
We have delighted in knowing we have forever friends in Italy and even though some of them are now at the Bridge, they will all be in our hearts now and always.
Granny is really a sentimental human and as she is typing this entry for my diary, she is crying. Christmas time often brings many memories back to her of those no longer with us and this wonderful gift from a special doggie boy really gets the tears flowing. She just finished listening to the song on Portos' page and hearing how much he meant to his family. It's a tear-jerker for sure.
Merry Christmas to all my dear friends, and may you and yours have a blessed holiday season and may the very best come your way in 2008.
With deep gratitude and undying love,
September 1st 2007 7:35 am
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In July, I became a one-year cancer survivor from the mast cell tumor that was removed and given a high-stage two rating. I'm doing fine and feel really good right now. I'm energetic and love to play, run, and bark. When I don't mind and go into the neighbor's pasture and the cows come running at me, I run like the wind toward them and they take off running in the opposite direction. Woof! I love doing that.
Right now, Granny is treating Katy for cornea lacerations and Katy is wearing the stylish collar I wore after my cancer surgery. Every time mom has to "doctor" Katy's eyes, I run to her with her stuffed basketball and lick her face to comfort her. Then we both get a treat, Katy for being good during the doctoring and I for caring so much about my canine daughter and giving her lots of moral support.
Now that Katy can hardly manuever her basketball because of the collar, I'm forever picking it up and acting like it's mine. She used to grab it away from me, but now pretty much ignores it because until she gets that collar off, I have control over her ball. Woof!! It's fun, but I still want her to get better really soon.
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