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Age: 18 Years Sex: Male Weight: 11-25 lbs
|Home:Columbia, MO ||[I have a diary!] |
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Dogster stats for Charlie Oscar Oliver
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Special Gift Box:
Chuckie, Chuckles, Sweetie, Puppy-Buddy, Belly Boy
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Charlie likes hot dogs, Greenies, canned food, exploring, going on walks, and rolling on disgusting dead things.
He dislikes visits to the vet, and nail trimming.
He does not see the point of toys.
Whatever the Alphas are eating.
Anywhere! An off-leash dog park is best, or someplace like a field with mice I can dig for.
Being good-natured. Not barking.
Adopted from Liberty Stables.
Everybody loves me.
The Groups I'm In:
Calling all Norfolks, Missouri Mutts
I've Been On Dogster Since:
|August 15th 2006
||More than 7 years!
Rosette, Star and Special Gift History
August 15th 2006 12:39 pm
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I don't remember much about being born, or what my parents and siblings were like. The general assumption is I'm a terrier mix. From the neck down I strongly resemble the Cairn Terriers I've met, but my ears flop and my muzzle is about twice as long. Perhaps I have some Norfolk Terrier in me. If anyone really knows, they've kept mum.
I'm not even sure when I was born. My first alpha suspected the folks at the shelter where she found me fudged my birthdate, to make me seem a year younger than I really was.
My first alpha had big plans for me. She was training me to do a very important job; be a hearing-ear dog. Unfortunately, just after I earned my Canine Good Citizenship certificate, she suffered a huge personal tradgedy, which disrupted her life and distracted her from my training, among other things.
She never got back to my hearing-ear training. I lived on with her and the other animals in her family. I got to play and socialize. It was a good life, and some years passed. Sometimes one of the dogs would go to live with a new alpha, or a new dog would come live with us.
One day that dog was me! A lady came and took me home with her. I wasn't sure at first, but it turned out okay. I was the ONLY dog in the house! She let me sleep on her bed, too. She's a nice alpha female. Some more years passed.
Then, about one year ago, she moved us into a man's house, and he became the alpha male. I like him a lot, he's fun to play with and sometimes takes me on little drives. He has a cat who finally got used to me after many long months. I'm glad the cat does not smack me for no reason anymore. I had cat friends at my first alpha's home, and I always try to be friendly to cats, but so many don't like strangers.
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