Charlie Oscar Oliver


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Home:Columbia, MO  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 18 Years   Sex: Male   Weight: 11-25 lbs

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Nicknames:
Chuckie, Chuckles, Sweetie, Puppy-Buddy, Belly Boy

Doggie Dynamics:
 Energy 
sleepyenergetic
 
 Intelligence 
sillygenius
 
 Friendliness 
aggressiveaffectionate
 
 Playfulness 
not playfulvery playful
 
 Disposition 
anxiouscalm
 

Likes:
Charlie likes hot dogs, Greenies, canned food, exploring, going on walks, and rolling on disgusting dead things.

Pet-Peeves:
He dislikes visits to the vet, and nail trimming.

Favorite Toy:
He does not see the point of toys.

Favorite Food:
Whatever the Alphas are eating.

Favorite Walk:
Anywhere! An off-leash dog park is best, or someplace like a field with mice I can dig for.

Best Tricks:
Being good-natured. Not barking.

Arrival Story:
Adopted from Liberty Stables.

Forums Motto:
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

Dogster Id:
366371


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Inside My Peach-Sized Brain


Allow me to introduce myself....

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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