Jetta angel

Toy Poodle/Miniature Poodle
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Home:Victoria BC, Canada  [I have a diary!]  
Sex: Male   Weight: 11-25 lbs

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Special Gift Box:
The family of Charlie, Abbie, Teddy, Maggie, Sam and more!

Stanley (Stan The Man) , Jetty

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Quick Bio:
-purebred-deaf -dog rescue

February 7th 1994

being near us

car rides--he gets very anxious & barks or cries the whole time

Favorite Toy:
his leash, he folds it up neatly so he can carry it around

Favorite Food:
he loves everything

Favorite Walk:

Best Tricks:
looking cute

Arrival Story:
Jetta was our first foster dog - he came into rescue because his mom had passed on, and then his dad became sick and had to go into hospital. He had never lived with other dogs before but has adjusted very well. We discovered that Jetta is a half brother to our Virginia--they both have the same dad! No one enquired about adopting him, so after we'd had him for 7 months we decided to adopt him ourselves on his 13th barkday. Yes we failed Fostering 101 !!

Jetta has a myriad of health problems, but manages to stay pretty optimistic in spite of it all ! Quite a character.

Forums Motto:
hurray hurray a brand new day



I've Been On Dogster Since:
September 23rd 2006 More than 10 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

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Jetta's jottings

now residing at Rainbow Bridge

August 15th 2008 5:30 pm
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as my last diary entry read, I havent been feeling so good. We were due to visit the dogtor again yesterday and mom looked pretty worried. I could hardly get around, and kept falling down every few feet; I was using the walls and furniture to prop myself up, and I had vomited a couple of meals.

The dogtor took one look at me and shook her head sadly. She told mom that my kidney disease probably involved polyneuropathy now. We all looked at each other, I leaned on the wall and closed my eyes.

It was the right day to go to the Bridge, the dogtor gave me a pill to help me relax and while we waited for it to take effect, mom and I went outside to a nice shady spot with thick green grass; we put down a mat and had a little picnic--I ate a lot of liver treats, and we sipped cool water while we talked about our lives together these past two years. After a little more than an hour I was quite relaxed and mom carried me into the dogtor's family room for the final injection---I slipped away peacefully, it was all very easy and we have a nice memory of our last picnic together.

Our human grandma passed this week too, leaving her little boy poodle Lucky. He'll post details in his diary. Maybe grandma and I can look after each other up here while my family on earth look after Lucky. I'd like that.


not feeling good lately

August 14th 2008 8:16 am
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I havent felt too good for a while; my eyesight is so bad that if the pawrents dont carry me up and down stairs, I fall when trying to do them myself. everything is just getting to be a struggle; I hope the dogtor can help me.

my sister Virginia is slowing down too; she's a year younger than me, but she's developed some heart problems and gone deaf.

if you are reading this we'd both appreciate some POP



Looking for my litter mate

June 21st 2008 8:35 pm
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I was from a litter of two - I have a full sister out there somewhere - if you are reading this and you're a black toy poodle from BC, for dogness sakes, give me a BOL and let's compare sire and dam - I'd love to know what happened to my sis. if she's still around maybe we can meet.

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