Likes: Looking out the window waiting for her people to come home. Running around in circles in her yard on her tie-out (we don't have a fence). Biting Baxter and Bella's legs. Running like the wind in Grandma's large fenced back yard, with her doggie cousins.
Pet-Peeves: nail clipping, baths, brooms, the word no, the phone ringing, and when AOL says good bye - she barks every time.
Favorite Toy: bow wow beanies - the animals not the the bones.
Favorite Food: Eukanuba Medium Breed Small Bites - it's lower in fat than the Eukanuba Small Breed - without costing more like Weight Control, Bil Jac Liver Treats, Milkbone Dog Biscuits, and Frosty Paws
Favorite Walk: We are afraid to walk her because people in our neighborhood let their big dogs loose. A couple neighborhood dogs have ended up at the vets being sewn back together. It's so sad, we live next to a Forest Preserve and don't walk our dog's there.
Best Tricks: sit, stay, lay down, outside, doing her business, get in the cage, untying shoelaces, and getting her way.
Arrival Story: We got her at a Pet Store after she had spent too many months there. She was five months old. So we kinda rescued her.
Bio: Tabitha is on the large size, about 17 pounds. We love her just the same, even if she is (over size). Tabby was spayed at the Anti-Cruelty Society in Chicago, Illinois. They are lowest cost spay/neuter around. We live in the suburbs but, we thought it was worth the trip. They use glue so we didn't have to come back for her stitches to be removed. Everyone thinks Tabitha really needs a haircut . Her momma really loves the way she looks with long shaggy fur. She looks like a little muppet. Her color was supposed to be Belge but, her Black has mostly grown out. Tabitha was born May 27, 2005 in Missouri.