German Shepherd/Boxer
Picture of Stella, a female German Shepherd/Boxer

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Home:Coronado, Under The Sun., CA  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 10 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 26-50 lbs

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"Stella Bella" & "Love Biscuit" (That's not my mom in the picture)

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Quick Bio:

February 18th 2006

Stealing brother Romml's Rawhide, and chasing...anything.


Favorite Toy:
squeek, squeek, squeek, squeek, squeek, squeek....

Favorite Food:
People food im "NOT" allowed to have.....woof!

Favorite Walk:
ANYWHERE, ANYTIME as long as we come home for dinner!

Best Tricks:
*im still training*I know like ten, but I bum food off the kids pretty easy

Arrival Story:
Stella had an ad in the paper that read, "SHEPHARD/BOXER MIX" We were planning to get a small toy dog, but everyone wanted to go see the puppies NOW. It turned out after we called that there was only one puppy left! We piled our family and all of the nieghborhood into our truck as we drove for nearly 80 minutes to see that puppy! We got lost, and kept driving up long, wrong driveways! When my dad finally called again the man said that he thought we weren't coming and that another two people were coming to see her! Oh no! We finally found the place in the middle of nowhere and fell INSTANTLY in love with that little lump of fur and just had to have her.

*to be continued* after all she's only 34 weeks old!

Forums Motto:
*Whine* Feed me!

The Last Forum I Posted In:
Itchy tummy

I've Been On Dogster Since:
August 5th 2006 More than 9 years!

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Training isn't so bad....

August 5th 2006 6:51 pm
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I guess humans are good at alot of things, and they're pretty smart too. On the downside they just don't understand things. Things like, I pull to motivate, and live is too short to not smell every scent in the world...ya know? My owner is trying to teach me to "heel" whatever that means, I guess she wanted me to slow down or something. I'll do anything if there's food involved, why can't humans learn that?

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