Scupper aka "Xaver z Jeric"

Prazsky Krysarik
Picture of Scupper aka "Xaver z Jeric", a male Prazsky Krysarik

Photo Comments

Home:Rockville, MD  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 12 Years   Sex: Male   Weight: 1-10 lbs

Photo Comments

Photo Comments

   Leave a bone for Scupper aka "Xaver z Jeric"

Scupper Pup, The Scup, Scuppster, Pupscicle

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Quick Bio:

May 17th 2003

Playing with everyone I meet. I adore animals of all species, but I prefer to be adored endlessly. I'm a total cuddlebug.

getting wet and being cold. Yuck!

Favorite Toy:
my stuffed puppy and my brother Popeye, and of course now Heli!

Favorite Food:
avocado or anything mom or Heli is eating

Favorite Walk:
walking downtown or any urban area where there are lots of people, and walking up and down my ramps for the couch and bed.

Best Tricks:
I can crawl on my belly like a Navy SEAL :-)

Arrival Story:
I was born far away in the Czech Republic. From there I flew to Copenhagen and then on to Portland to come stay with Cilicia.

I'm a purebred Prazsky Krysarik (Prague Terrier) and am just the cutest thing ever. I've converted several dog haters, and am a wonderful host.

Forums Motto:
love me love me love me

The Groups I'm In:
FANCYPANTS CAFE, FebrezeĀ® Pet Odor Eliminatorā„¢, Lexidog Pound, Portland Dogs!!!!, Portland Small Dogs

I've Been On Dogster Since:
January 21st 2004 More than 12 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Dogster Id:

Meet my family
Heli (zJeric)

Meet my Pup Pals
See all my Pup Pals
See all my Pup Pals

Scupper the ever gracious host


August 12th 2005 11:33 pm
[ Leave A Comment ]

So, I have a very important job. Because I have no opposable thumbs, my mom has to drive me to work and wait there all day for me. I work at a daycare/boutique/grooming facility called Lexidog and Angela Jacobs Dog Salon. I can't even to begin to tell you how hard I work, but I'll try and give you a glimpse into my life. In the morning, dogs come in to daycare. My job is to stick my nose under the gate and make sure I know who they are before they go on back. I have to greet their parents and tell them to have a good day even though they don't get to stay and play. Customers come in and I do my best to make them feel welcome. I try on outfits for them when they're trying to figure out sizing. I've even been known to try on a dress or two (what good retail salespuppy wouldn't?) People often come in from out of town and I let them hold me and pet me so they can get their dose of puppy love while they're away from home. I work with other store doggies, Maggie, Lilah, Ella and of course Lexi. She's the head honcho, but she's really a great boss. She even relinquishes primo nap spots when I need a break from all the petting and love I get. My mom just started working as a full time groomer so now I often spend my days monitoring her. She does a pretty good job, but I add my input where needed. Even when I'm finally done at work and have my mom drive me home, my day still isn't over. I graciously open up my home to dogs less fortunate who don't have a full staff of drivers and caterers. Many of these dogs have had rough starts so I teach them about sharing and proper couch-lounging etiquette. In addition to these transitional dogs, I also run a small B&B for dogs who's waitstaff are on vacation. I entertain them, accompany them on neighborhood outings and even let them sleep in my bed. While I love my busy schedule and social events, I also revel in those days when I have my mom and my home all to myself. I'm happiest when I'm busy bouncing around from lap to lap like when my mom has visitors. When my grandma and aunties are in town, I jump from bed to bed checking on everyone and making sure they're safe and snug. Wow, I'm exhausted just telling you about my busy life. I may be little (a hefty 3.5lbs) but I'm all dog. Come on in and see me most weekdays in the Pearl!

See all diary entries for Scupper aka \"Xaver z Jeric\"