Miniature Poodle/Miniature Schnauzer
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Age: 11 Years   Sex: Male   Weight: 11-25 lbs

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   Leave a bone for Oscar

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Quick Bio:
-mutt-dog rescue

playing, tearing up paper,playing in water

Don't know yet

Favorite Toy:
paper, balls, stuffed toys,

Favorite Food:
it's all his favorite

Favorite Walk:
around the yard

Best Tricks:
sit, come

Arrival Story:
The neighbor found him sleeping in the bushes and wandering around. He asked if I knew anything about him. He had called the pound but they said they don't pick up animals and that someone needed to bring him in. My daughter volunteeed to take him the next day. She brought him in the house and that was it! He was ours

Poor Oscar had a matted coat and ear infection. He's been seen by the vet nad has been groomed and is quite a handsome little boy. He had a rough time fitting in with his furry sisters, but they like him now. He is very funny and BAD!

Forums Motto:
Let's Play!

The Groups I'm In:
♥ Ratties and labs♥, ♥Beautiful Eyed Pups♥, FANCYPANTS CAFE, Baltimore Barkers, Doodle Daycare, Maryland Dog Owners, Poodle Mixes!, Schnauzers Rule, Scrapbook Chain

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I've Been On Dogster Since:
April 20th 2006 More than 10 years!

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My nursing duties

May 19th 2010 4:40 am
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Hi Pups, I am currently the chief nurse here at my home. My human sister broke her right ankle and left foot--so she needs constant company of the Super Nurse Boy--ME! As you can see I am her constant companion--see me sitting in the wheelchair? I also sleep in the bed and keep her entertained with my cute antics. My job comes with some perks. Since she is bed bound she eats in the bed-and there I am to help her out sampling any little tidbit I can get my teeth into. My fursibs are not as agile as I am( they can't get into the bed or wheelchair) so I have the head job of watching over her during this 6-8 week recovery.


My Woofday

April 11th 2010 7:03 am
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Yesterday was my woofday! I had lots of attention. I had to go to the vet but even that wasn't bad. The vet said I was in super condition--unlike those fursisters of mine who eat too much! Lots of my dogster pals at Schnauzers Rule sent me "Gotcha Day" wishes and I am wagging my little nub. Thanks for making my day special.



November 26th 2009 10:06 am
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Hi Pups,
Today I am having lots of fun helping mom prepare the feast. Yum! She has even dropped so stuff on the floor--those croutons are good! I have been my usual bad self (so mom says). On Tuesday, I snatched from the table a small bag of almonds, walnuts, pecans and cranberries Mom was planning to have for lunch. I scrambled under the table and then warned Mom to keep away GGGRRRR!
Mom tried the sneaky trade that for a dog snack! NO WAY! Grrrrrr! so mom threw the treat and in a wink she grabbed that little bag away from me. Wel,I had already chewed a hole in the bag sooooo--all the nuts scattered all over the floor! My fursib Mandy cleaned up the evidence. But later the next day started vomiting whole almonds! Mom was scared-- Mandy was really sick and didn't want to eat. She called the vet and they fit her in and X-rayed her--there are still almonds in her stomach!! UhOH, I thinl I'm in big trouble. The vet said watch her that she seems OK. I was happy she came back home. We need the whole family here for the big holiday! I am thankful my mommy didn't put me back out on the street~ she really doesn't like it when I steal stuff! Have a great Thanksgiving pups.

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