Favorite Walk: anywhere I can see the rabbits...they are all over the place...a beagle's dream come true...AROOOOO!
Best Tricks: Doing a happy dance and grunting when she's happy and content
Arrival Story: Trudy is a rescue. we were looking for a brother or sister for our other beagle, Scooter. Trudy had given birth to 6 lab/beagle mix puppies. We were looking the puppies at an adoption fair. I had seen a picture of the mother, Trudy. Well, while at the adoption fair, I saw Trudy! She was so beautiful and she leaned against the cage just begging to be petted. We introduced her and Scooter and they became instant sisters!
Bio: Trudy has been with us for about two and a half years now. Trudy has been a true blessing to our family. She is a rescue dog and every day it seems she shows us how much she is glad to be here. Trudy's best trait is she shows you how happy she is and she just loves having the love returned. She's a real angel!
Updated 1/13/16...Trudy is now 13 years old. She is such a trooper. She has slowed down but she sure does love her walks! All these years later and she is still an angel. One of the sweetest dogs I have ever had...truly....
So here I am...it's been a while since I have written here. Mom just wants me to know how much she loves me. She sees I have slowed down as I have aged. I'm now 12. I still have really good moments of getting out there and acting like a 5 year old. I run back and forth and my favorite thing is still going on walks! You want to see this beagley butt wiggle and my beagley tail wag? Just take me on a walk!
My sister Scooter has cancer. Of course, I don't treat her any different...she's just Scooter. Mom always thought that I would be the one to "go" first. Who knows what will happen. Getting older definitely sucks. I am grateful for pretty much being good health and for being loved and spoiled every single day! Love you moms and yessssss...I know how much you love me! You tell me every single day!
Wow, well Dogster decided to feature my diary. I hope you get a chance to read my tails of devotion that i wrote a couple of days ago. I have noticed mom loving on me a little more. She's thankful that I'm healthy and doing well. My little brother Billy keeps me young. He likes playing with me and hangs out by my side ;-). As for what I love, I love my bed and blankie...I LOVE LOVE LOVE walks! Oh bread and cookies! That's the one thing I really beg for BOL!
Soooo, mom has always wanted to do one for each of us. She prefers to do it before our time comes. Sounds kind of weird but she only wants to remember happy stuff.
Trudy...what can I say about you? I will never forget the day I saw you for the first time; adoption event at the Petsmart in Glen Burnie. We were there to look at one of your puppies. I remembered your puppies had a beautiful mom but we were there to look at your babies. But there you were...leaning up against your crate. We didn't expect to see you. That's when I realized, OMG, that's the babies mother! Cindy and I came looking for a boy puppy. We felt it was a better fit for Scooter. But you were irresistible. I looked at Cindy and said, "what do you think?". We had you and Scooter meet and you pretty much ignored each other LOL. That was okay in our book because at least you didn't try killing each other!
We took you home and I know there was a little period of adjustment. Scooter had to learn that your food was YOUR food and not hers. That took some time. I'm kind of glad you stood up to her. She needed to learn.
Here's what I want everyone to know about you. You are truly one of the sweetest, most loveable animals I have ever had the privlege of knowing. You are so kind to humans. You are so kind to children. Children come up to Scooter, Billy, and you and they usually go to the smaller one, Scooter. But it's you who always greets the kids first. You may jump up on them, but you also lean in a little...just enough to tell them it's okay when they get nervous.
When I cry, it's you who sits there and allows me to cry into your fur. It's hard not to cry as I type this. It's you who knows when something is wrong. When we get home, it's your wiggle butt that usually greets us first (unless you are asleep). That's what I'll remember the most about you Trudy. Your wiggle butt and your smile. There's nothing like it. Oh and who can forget your PINK nose. Ha! I love it! You are an incredible dog and I'm so glad, so blessed that God put you into our lives. Not a boy puppy, but a 3 year old female dog who had just had puppies. It happened for a reason. I also love that I know you know how much we love you. I can see it in your eyes. You grunt when we say we love you or hug you and give you pets. Oh and Trudy...thanks for loving Billy so much. I know you made it easier for him. He just loves you to pieces; he adores you.
I know it sometimes seems that Scooter is loved a little more. I like to think of it as loving her a little differently. If it makes you feel better, she is a bigger pain in the butt than you are. It's like you can do no wrong. You are our little angel Trudy. We can't love you more than we do right now. Just always know that I love you as much as humanly possible. To some that will sound nuts, but I don't care. I love you Mama Girl...our sweet angel.
P.S. going to hit save now. I'm not sure why it's so hard. I think part of me feels like it's saying good bye. Everyone who reads this will probably think I'm nuts. Ok...signing off...my tail of devotion to my sweet Trudy Dudy.