Likes: Sally loved Pat and Mike (her Mum and Dad) and Meescha our Chi-hua-hua
Favorite Toy: She used to push half a railway sleeper around with her nose and toss it in the air.
Favorite Food: She enjoyed eating almost everything. She was quite partial to eating live rain moths and one night ate about a dozen.
Favorite Walk: She enjoyed any walks but particularly if water was around. She loved swimming and generally splashing around in water.
Arrival Story: I told a friend how I loved Bull Terriers and one day he gave me Sally as a gift. She was about 3 months old when she came to live with us. The day I took her home was quite a day. Pat didn't know anything about her and so she was suddenly taken by surprise by this red and white whirlwind that ran into her kitchen, devoured the entire contents of the Kitty-Litter and then kissed her face as only a Bully can kiss:) Slurp She soon learned that the cat was the boss, accepted that small fact and they became best of mates from that point. The cat was a pure Burmese who would quite happily wrestle with Sally.
Bio: Sally was one of the most intelligent dogs I ever had except for one problem area. She insisted on peeing on snakes and one day she picked the wrong one and it killed her. She also had a run in with a kangaroo which ripped open her belly. I managed to get her to a vet in time who sewed her up. The next day she was out chasing roos again!! I could walk her through a mob of sheep or goats and she totally ignored them when I told her to. She was the only dog I've had who appeared to think problems out. One day at the beach I rolled a pine log down a sand dune and she chased after it, picked it up for me to do it again and repeated this until I got fed up. She then took the log up to the top of the dune and pushed it with her nose to make it roll down hill so she could chase after it. I worked on a pigfarm for a while and she befriended a beautiful black and white sow and the two of them would frolic around all day til I took her home. I'm not sure if Sally thought she was a pig or the pig imagined itself to be a bull terrier. Sally also used to play with our chi-hua-hua and was amazingly gentle with her. Meescha, our Chi-hua-hua, was brave to the point of being silly. The day the snake got Sally was one of the saddest days in my life.