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Age: 12 Years   Sex: Male   Weight: 26-50 lbs

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Cheddar, Cheddar-Bug, Heinous McAnus (when he's gassy), superhero "CheddarMan!" and alter-ego Bill Cheddarman

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

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Quick Bio:
-purebred-dog rescue

June 4th 2004

Going to All Wags Doggie Daycare, Finding Mystery Meat on Daily Walks

Being Pulled Away from Mystery Meat on Daily Walks

Favorite Toy:
Sticks! Crunchy Delicious Sticks! Especially Ones Mommy Bought & Planted!

Favorite Food:
Frozen Peanut Butter Kongs & Rawhide Rolls

Favorite Walk:
Park Road Park to Watch Daddy Play Ultimate Frisbee

Best Tricks:
Rolling Over & Staying; Playing Hide & Seek with Daddy

Arrival Story:
Jester's dad found him through the American Brittany Rescue and surprised Jester's mom when they came home together! Jester was surrendered to American Brittany Rescue when his first owner couldn't give him the exercise he needs.

Saying "Jester" really fast sounds like Cheddar. That's why Jester's favorite song is Pearl Jam's, "Cant Find a Cheddar Man."

Forums Motto:
Better Cheddar!

I've Been On Dogster Since:
September 26th 2006 More than 10 years!

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Goodbye to Friends

April 15th 2008 6:40 pm
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I'm sad to have to use my first message in a while to say goodbye to two of my furry friends who recently went to the shiny place in the sky with peanut butter mountains and steak streets.

First was my "cousin" Muffin. She was my mom's sister's dog, and she came to Charlotte to play with me last year. She died in an accident two weeks ago, and I will definitely miss her. She had a neat trick of picking up a toy or stck or something when my aunt Sarah would come home, so that she never greeted her mom empty "handed."

Second was my doctor's dog, Chantilly. Chantilly was nine years old and was a very brave girl despite being sick for a while. I know Dr. Fine will miss her very much.

In some good news, my other "cousin" Juke has moved back to North Carolina from Arkansas, where he was working as a professional duck hunting dog for two years. Hopefully we'll get together and play very soon.

If you haven't kissed your mom or dad yet today, I encourage all of you dogs reading this post to go show them how much you love them. Life is precious and we must all be living wonderful lives with moms and dads who love us very much if we're here chatting on Dogster!

Grateful Cheddar Out.


Post-Holiday Wrap Up

February 7th 2008 5:45 pm
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Hi friends!
Long time no see. It's the post-Super Bowl doldrums around here, so I thought I'd catch you all up on how things are going. I'm really enjoying my new sister, Emma. You can see we have some new pictures up. Napping on the futon is my favorite thing in the world, and Emma is learning to respect my quiet time. She has also helped me lose the 4 pounds that I needed to lose! She loves to play chase with me in the yard, when we're not combining forces to keep the yard free of squirrels.

We had a really nice time over the holidays... dad was home on vacation a lot of days, so we didn't have to stay in our crates very much. (Yes, I'm back in my house during the day... I had an accident and lost my roaming priviliges.)

I'm enjoying this cold weather because my allergies haven't kicked in yet. I'm actually taking some fish oil on my breakfast because I've had dry skin lately. I guess I'll have to get used to different drugs for different seasons!

Once the weather warms up we'll have more adventures to report about, so stay tuned!

Cheddar Out.


Cousin Zena

December 9th 2007 11:15 am
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Hi Everybody!

I got to meet my cousin Zena yesterday. She's a doberman pincher that lives with my mom's mom. We drove about an hour and then arrived at this great yard with lots of trees and smells to sniff. Zena is a good bit bigger than me, but she can run really fast and we had a great time zipping around the yard. She lives near some horses and some other dogs, and she has lots of trees in her yard - which means she has lots of squirrels! We got to play for a couple of hours, but all that sniffing and chasing made me pretty tired. I can't hang like I used to. My sister Emma did a pretty good job of hanging in there with Zena, but she's younger and has fresher legs. It's weird, but we're having really warm weather lately and I get to spend the whole day outside, watching the squirrels and digging holes. I know the cold weather is coming soon, but I'm going to keep enjoying the sunshine as long as I can!

Outdoors-y Cheddar Out.

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