Tracksie (TDIT, CGC)


Beagle
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Age: 12 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 11-25 lbs

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Nicknames:
Tracks, Trackster, Sie-Sie, Tricksie, Skidbootie, Little Lassie, Miss Piggy, Trisie

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

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Quick Bio:
-purebred-pound dog-service dog
-dog rescue

Birthday:
February 17th 2002

Likes:
Trick training, traveling, playdates, meeting new people

Favorite Toy:
Kong, Loofa, and Buster Cube

Favorite Food:
You name it, I'll eat it. Click here for more about my diet.

Favorite Walk:
Anywhere! I love walks! Though my favorite would be on our hiking trail...where there is always plenty to sniff 'n smell.

Best Tricks:
I know over 210 tricks! (Keep checking back, video coming soon!)

Arrival Story:
Tracksie was found as a puppy by animal control on the side of a busy highway. She was then taken to a local animal shelter. Weeks passed, and no one claimed her. I was visiting the shelter one day, looking for the perfect dog. I had wanted a dog for a diuturnity, and Beagles had always been my favorite breed. Tracksie was absolutely the most perfect dog for me. At seven months old, she was the sweetest, lovable dog I had ever met. When she saw me she came running to the gate of the cage. I put my hand though the hole and she licked it. I fell in love and was ready to adopt. However, two men had wanted to adopt her, so the shelter volunteers decided to do a coin toss to see would could adopt the beagle girl. So, I took a day off to go the drawing...it all went so quickly, I can't even remember what happened, I just heard a "Congratulations!" Then they told me to pick which Beagle I wanted, for I was not able to take them both. I picked Tracks. Then I heard clapping, and people wanted to take a picture of her to put in the newspaper. After signing more papers, and paying an adoption donation of only $20, I brought her home and there began our everlasting friendship.

Bio:
She's a tiny little purebred Beagle, about 12 inches at the withers. She is unbelievably smart, knowing over 200+ tricks. She currently participates in Freestyle and Rally-O as well as aiding kids with literacy skills in school. Tracksie is CGC certified and is in the process of completing her Therapy Dog certification. She is also my travel companion and has been to over 10 different states! She is just a bubbly, loving, happy little beagley girl with a big heart full of love. Best $20 I've ever spent, and will ever spend in my entire life. _________________________________ Tracksie isn't just my dog...she is my best friend. I can't imagine life without her. The relationship I have formed with her has taught me an earthy wisdom about living in the world. -I couldn't ask for a better dog. She is there for me through it all, through every up & down of my life. She brings the biggest smile to my face. I know that she will always be there for me, no matter what, twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, & all three hundred sixty-five days of the year if she could. Tracksie is truly extraordinary. I can't tell her how important she is to me, what kind of hero she have been in my life. I can't speak her language. So, I spend each day trying to think of someway, any way, to repay her; to help her understand what she has done for me, but always come up short. I simply whisper, "Thank You, " and give a belly rub, or a scratch behind the ear- hoping that will be enough, but apologizing when I realize that it isn't. Though, Tracksie always wags her tail and seems to find it "thank you" enough. And even if, over time, I find us apart, {rainbow bridge} we are never truly apart. Ok, maybe by the standard definition , but truly, we aren't. Near or far, far or near, this is a dog that will always love me & will never leave my side.

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I've Been On Dogster Since:
August 17th 2006 More than 7 years!

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Dogster's 2006 Holiday Picture Party!

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Dogster Id:
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The family dog

December 17th 2011 2:25 pm
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If you can start the day without caffeine,
If you can be cheerful, ignoring aches and pains,
If you can eat the same food and be grateful for it,
If you can understand when loved ones are too busy to give you time,
If you can overlook when people take things out on you,
If you can take criticism and blame without resentment,
If you can face the world without lies and deceit,
If you can conquer tension without medical help,
If you can do all these things...............

Then you are probably the family dog.

 

Today is Responsible Dog Ownership Day!

September 11th 2010 10:18 am
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Today is Responsible Dog Ownership Day!

As we know, caring properly for a dog takes commitment, time and work-not just providing them with a bowl of food and water.
To promote Responsible Dog Ownership, how about we make a list?

Please comment this diary entry with important qualities that YOU think makes a dog owner responsible...let's see how long we can make the list! I've started the first four:

RESPONSIBLE DOG OWNERSHIP LIST

1. Providing adequate exercise
2. Cleaning up after (picking up dog waste)
3. Providing veterinary care
4. Socializing

 

ADOPT STROLL

May 15th 2010 9:01 pm
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Tracksie was found as a puppy by animal control on the side of a busy highway. She was then taken to an animal shelter. Weeks passed, and no one claimed her. I was visiting the shelter one day, looking for the perfect dog. I had wanted a dog for a diuturnity, and Beagles had always been my favorite breed. Tracksie was absolutely the most perfect pup for me. At seven months old, she was the most sweetest, lovable dog I had ever met. When she saw me she came running to the gate of the cage. I put my hand though the hole and she licked it. I fell in love and was ready to adopt. However, two men had wanted to adopt her, so the shelter volunteers decided to do a coin toss to see would could adopt the beagle girl. So, I took a day off to go the drawing...it all went so quickly, I can't even remember what happened, I just heard a "Congratulations!" Then they told me to pick which beagle I wanted, for I was not able to take them both. I picked Tracks. Then I heard clapping, and people wanted to take a picture of her to put in the newspaper. After signing more papers, and paying an adoption donation of only $20, I brought her home and there began our everlasting friendship.

 
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