Photo Comments (2)Age: 10 Years Sex: Male Weight: 1-10 lbs
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Honey, Mr. Personality
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May 18th 2005
Attention! Honey Bear needs to be the center of attention!!
Dog food, YUCK! Who invented this stuff?!
If you have it I want it! If it has your name on it...it's mine!
Mama cooks us pasturized eggs everyday to make the puppy chow better.
Anywhere! I will actually sit in front of the leash drawer begging to go for my walk!
Killing menacing bathrobe belts...protecting the family, guarding the house!
After losing a very, very old Boston Terrier...Champion Brandy's Million Dollar Baby, our folks were beside themselves with grief. They knew they would never be able to find another Boston that even came close to their beloved Baby.
The house was quiet and empty with no little doggy so it was decided to adopt another breed to keep them company...someone who would not "take Baby's place" but fill the emptiness.
My folks showed up at our puppy home looking for a Poodle to love. Cinnamon and I were the last two little red Poodles. My big sister picked me up and fell in love. My folks selected Cinnamon that day. I was so sad to be left behind. I missed Cinnamon terribly. We were best friends and now he was gone. I really liked the folks, I had tried my very best to be cute but I was left behind.
Joy of joys, the next morning guess who showed up? Cinnamon! He's my hero! He talked the folks into adopting me too!
We do everything together. We play together, sleep together, eat together and get in trouble together! Being twins is a blast!
Sisco's Cinnamon Bear, Sisco's Honey Bear and Sisco's Johnny Thunder all come from Sisco's Distinctive Poodles in California.
I've Been On Dogster Since:
|December 9th 2005
||More than 10 years!
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June 18th 2009 9:12 am
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WooHoOoOoO!! Okay like here's some thoughts from a hip happenin' Poodle an' stuff like that!
The weathers warm, so it's time for hangin' out, eatin' ice cream an' bein' cool. Okay, so I really don't actually go "Out" in the heat...okay so I hang out in the air conditioning eatin' ice cream from my dish...I'm still enjoyin' SUMMERTIME!!
I like walkin' downtown in the cool of the evening...I got alotta friends an' stuff that come out of the shops to say "Hey Honey Bear, how are you dude?" I LOVE that stuff! Me an' Cinnamon even got us a CAT friend!! He rides in a stroller an' stuff!! BOL
We live in a little small town with an old downtown all redone for hip modern dogs like us. Our humans enjoy the fresh air an' meetin' people an' stuff. It's like real important to get your humans out an' walk em!!
We like shoppin!! LOVE the stuff man!! Dog dishes, leashes you name it!! Do you like shoppin too? Okay, I got a link for you an' stuff...see my background of the HONEY Bear!! Like my friend Sandy draws these by paw an' sells em!! Ask her if you need one too!!
Hope to see ya' on my walks downtown!! Just come on over an' say HI!!
May 23rd 2006 2:56 pm
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We went to Best Friends Animal Sanctuary in Kanab, Utah! We love it there! There’s lots of doggy fun…course pet doggies don’t do “in” the sanctuary. No, we stay in the air conditioned trailer listening to Cds, eatin’ ice cream and relaxin’! We sends the humans out in the heat! They waits on our pals who are waitin’ to go to their forever homes…paw and tail. The humans walk our little friends, help with feeding, groom them, and scrub the walls.
At Best Friends our pals our trained and prepared for their forever homes. They go on sleep overs with volunteers and outings into town and around the canyon trails. About 80% of the kids…dogs and cats will find their forever homes. Some don’t really care for humans and prefer to live in packs. Other dogs are there by court order for biting. As you know we never get to tell our side of the story. Best Friends is a haven for these kids too. They are not able to be adopted or meet the public but live in packs cared for, loved and adored by the staff.
Our pals receive spay or neuter and medical care. They are fed and watered and given treats. The live in octagon shaped buildings. Inside heating and air conditioning is provided 24/7. Each pup has it’s own little bed to sleep on elevated off the floor and cleaned by the humans. Two doggy doors and a human door lead to the outside where the pups have large, spacious yards to play in. By Los Angeles standards the play runs are equal to two or three urban yards. Each play area has clean and fresh water with lots of shade and wading pools in the summertime. Oh, yes, and toys too.
Cats are loved and cared for in a special kitty cat house. Cats with Feline Leukemia live together, playing with toys and sleeping on little painted beds, chairs and hammocks. All are loved, adored, played with and pampered.
Animals who live out their lives at the sanctuary are buried with dignity in Angel’s Rest. A special prayer is said for each and every one…from the largest horse, dog, cat and even the tiny little goldfish. All are respectfully cared for. A special service is held once a month to commemorate those who have passed and to give their care givers a chance to say a last “good bye”.
Best Friends has a dream…No More Homeless Pets. Every pup and every cat spayed and neutered (a very few responsibly bred) until every pet has a home to call it’s own.
Visit Best Friends at www.Bestfriends.org
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