Photo Comments (1)Age: 17 Years Sex: Male Weight: 51-100 lbs
Leave a bone for Zoober
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Boooooo, bubu, zoobs, boober, zoo,boooooguard!!!
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massages, food, barking, playing dead, sleeping, taking up half the bed, squeaky toys, eating grass
baths of any kind, being away from his people, being touched while asleep, little brother stealing toys
Where is it???FOOD!!! Nail it down if you don't want it eaten
the beach or the local dog park or just getting outside to eat grass
His best trick is 'play dead' - he even stops wagging his tail. Barks on command. Spins, zig zags between legs, jump up and hop back, pick up and bring stuff.
We found Zoober at the Kitsap Humane society. At the time he was a fascinating shade of dirt and had tape worms. He looked pretty pathetic in his kennel but just lit up when we took him out and played ball. He was so weak that Stella enj0yed knocking him over during his first months of adoption. He was probably dumped when the former owner discovered he has epilepsy - it's now under control, but what a frightening illness it is!
Zoober is a funny dog. I am never quite sure if I adore him, find him irritating or just puzzling. I don't think he's ever quite forgiven me for bringing Namio into the house. He's not mean to the youngster, but you can tell he isn't about to write love ballads about the situation. Zoober likes to sleep in the middle of the room and Namio likes to frolic in the middle of the room - there are bound to be conflicts. Zoober likes to chew bones in a thoughtful, slow manner and Namio likes to steal bones and dance around with it drifting within tantalizing reach of Zoober's jaws. Again, not a recipe for delight. Of course, Namio is oblivious to the fact that Zoober does not want to play with him, not now, not five minutes from now and not ever. Well, almost never. Sometimes they do play and it is almost always LOUD, full of growls and involves dragging each other around on either end of a toy. Zoober has protested the presence of the young scoflaw by ignoring most of what I ask of him. Of course, food bribes still work, as does the prospect of a walk, so I do have something to work with :-).
My head is too heavy!
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