Pet-Peeves: the vacuum being played with too rough
Favorite Toy: any chew stick
Favorite Food: chicken dog treats
Favorite Walk: from one end of the couch to the other
Best Tricks: looking cute and doing the chin spin
Arrival Story: We rescued this chin from a breeding farm. she was bred so much that her insides were like hamburger and her teeth mostly hanging from the gums. after loosing most her teeth and spaying her, she turned out to be the sweetest little girl although she thinks the couch is her new cage and does not leave it except to go outside to pee. Food and water must be brought to the couch.
Bio: Cyndi Lou passed away on Good friday April 2, 2010 after a brief illness. She was 17, 2 1/2 months old and quite the diva until the day she died. I went into the kitchen to fetch her a pill and when I came back only seconds later, she had passed away. It breaks my heart but she lived well beyond what normal chins live and was the sweetest chin. She was cremated and now sits on our shelf. She was an outdoor dog for the first half of her life and an indoor doog the better half of her life and we could not bare to bury her outside. To us, it was only fitting to keep her inside until one of us passes.