Ginger


Chinese Shar-Pei
Picture of Ginger, a female Chinese Shar-Pei

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Home:PA  
Age: 14 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 26-50 lbs

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Nicknames:
Ginger Bear, brat, noogie, mutt-muffins

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

Quick Bio:
-purebred-dog rescue

Likes:
Herding cats, sleeping, walks, eating cookies and guarding Mommy and Daddy

Pet-Peeves:
Water in all forms except in the dog bowl

Favorite Toy:
Anything I can tear the squeaker out of and give it to Mommy and Daddy

Favorite Food:
All food is good, even pickles

Favorite Walk:
Anywhere Daddy and Mommy take me, especially if it involves a car ride.

Best Tricks:
Will sit up like a squirrel for any food.

Arrival Story:
Once upon a time I was turned over to the Morris Animal Shelter in Philadelphia. Then a breed rescue, Operation Scarlet Chinese Shar Pei Rescue of Lancaster saved me. The nice people at Operation Scarlet introduced me to my new Mommy and Daddy and life has been GOOD ever since! Visit the not-for-profit Operation Scarlet Web site at www.operationscarlet.com Tell them Ginger sent you!

Bio:
This note is from my mommy, who I adore and follow everywhere: We have been very fortunate to get Ginger. She is an incredibly affectionate and gentle dog. To think someone threw her out like garbage makes me so angry. Owning a dog should be a life-long commitment between a dog and its owner. Even if the dog is lucky enough to be adopted -- odds aren't good for an adult dog to find a new home in the United States -- the emotional toll on the dog is still great. Ginger has had her rough moments from being abandoned: -- When we first got her, she'd whimper in her sleep, awake with a start and run over and jump in either my husband's lap or mine (whichever one was closer) to cuddle. Now, she just cuddles! -- It took her a year to wag her tail at us! She was affectionate, but you could tell there was a reserved quality to it, like she wasn't letting her guard down. Now, her little butt wiggles with excitement for pretty much everything. -- Even after five years, she still has separation anxiety, although that has lessened over the years as she has settled in.

I've Been On Dogster Since:
May 19th 2004 More than 10 years!

I Was In The:
2006 Valentine's Day Party!
Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Dogster Id:
37439


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