Indie


German Shorthaired Pointer
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Home:Los Angeles, CA  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 13 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 51-100 lbs

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Nicknames:
Indis-Bindis, Indie-Bin Laden, Beans, Boo-Barons, Boo-Wagglins', Boney, Wigs, Wig-wamis, Cujo, Goose, Boo Boo, Bubbins, Scubbins, Scubleans.

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

Sun Sign:
Quick Bio:
-purebred

Birthday:
May 20th 2001

Likes:
Swimming, playing with the chuck-it, squirrel or lizard hunting, sunbathing, visiting "the spa": Vintage Kennel Club, neck scratchins, & being under the blankets with you

Pet-Peeves:
Squirrels who's tails are too big (and are faster than me), those dive bombing Blue Jays, riding on the Gyp Train (this is where I go when I don't go with my Mom), and SKATEBOARDERS.

Favorite Toy:
THE PRIZE: The small plastic squeaker inside plush toys. Generally, I rip the eyes off, tear it a new asshole and de-stuff it immediately to get to the squeeker. Then the plush toy is discarded while I chase around the plastic thing-y.

Favorite Food:
Are Greenies considered food?

Favorite Walk:
In Cali:Offleash on "the loop" in Tennessee Valley, Marin. In NYC: the boat pier off 24th Street on the Hudson. In the Lowcountry: any salty river or gator free pond that will take me.

Best Tricks:
Double-endo-twist while catching tennis balls mid air. Flying.

Arrival Story:
I came to the breeders "just to look". Yeah, right. 1 hour later I was driving home with Indie. It was the all brown head and her fashionable coat that put me over the edge.

Bio:
Indie and I drove across country from California to South Carolina in 2004, check out the Road Trip slide show.

Forums Motto:
So many squirrels-so little time.

The Groups I'm In:
German Shorthaired Pointers!, NYC - Let me get on that train!

I've Been On Dogster Since:
April 6th 2004 More than 10 years!

I Was In The:
2004-2005 Holiday
Picture Party
!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Dogster Id:
26494


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The Indie Files


Rolling in the Low Country

August 27th 2007 2:05 pm
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Hi! It's been awhile since I've written. Mainly, because my Mom moved me again! Just once I was getting used to walking 12 miles a day around the Big Apple, peeing on pavement, and tearing up the 5 flights of stairs to get to our human kennel (we lived in 250 sq. ft. studio)...darn it..my Mom stuffed me in a rental car and off we were through the Lincoln Tunnel towards Jersey! Back to South Carolina we went. Now that I'm adjusted, I am thrilled to be back to a land where squirrels and I are on equal turf. Plus, you know that wacky Geico gecko?? Well, he must have dropped off all his relatives down here because they are EVERYWHERE. Man, o man...do we get into some great stare-fests. I have only caught one so far...they keep me busy..the rascals! Life is good in the South..lot's of sunbathing, swimming, and visiting my grandparents.

 

Summertime...

August 1st 2005 8:37 am
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**pant** **pant** **pant**
**pant** **pant** **pant** : holy hot humidity!
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What's with the Manhattan squirrel farms?

May 18th 2005 10:44 am
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ok, so my previous experience with squirrels was that they are wild, live in trees and if you see one, you chase it & if you're lucky enough to catch it, it's yours. Well, here in New York, there seems to be a different scenario altogether. The squirrels here...see...they're protected..on these squirrel farms-like in Madison Square? Let me tell ya, these squirrels are prancing around on some of the nicest greenest grass in all of New York City! Happy as can be, getting fed by tourists, and snub thier noses towards we dogs. Because they're PROTECTED. Yep, fenced in squirrel heaven. Who ever heard of such a thing?? It drives me insaine that first of all, their little feet get to feel the plushness of soft sweet grass, whereas if one of my paws even touch grass it's practically a felony! And then that they have the gall, to get as close to the fence as possible and STARE at me, with that squirrel look. You know the one I mean...the 'I'm looking at you, but NOT looking at you' stare???..while they stand the on their haunches and nibble on their acorn? One of these days...

 
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