♥Cherokee ~1990 - 2002~

Chow Chow
Picture of ♥Cherokee ~1990 - 2002~, a female Chow Chow

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Sex: Female   Weight: 51-100 lbs

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Today is my Birthday!

   Leave a bone for ♥Cherokee ~1990 - 2002~

Special Gift Box:

Cher, Cher Bear, Bear, Cherry, Girly Purly Pumkin Pie

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Quick Bio:

February 16th 1990

Getting Brushed, Running with her sis on the beach, chasing deer

Rain,Mud, Dirt, Strangers, Other dogs besides her sis, Being alone

Favorite Toy:
She never played with toys

Favorite Food:
She was very picky, hamburger, dog food, dog biscuits

Favorite Walk:
In the mountains and on the beach

Best Tricks:
Doing something bad, then letting her sister get the blame.

Arrival Story:
I realized that my other dog, Nikki needed a friend. Some dogs need another companion. I found out that a mother of a woman I worked with bred pedigree Chow, Chow's. Her Champion showdog got loose and ended up breeding with a non-pedigree Chow, Chow (Oh My Dog!), so the woman wanted all the babies given away. She felt they were tainted. Her daughter brought the puppies to work and let loose three little female babies on the ground. The first one that got to me, I picked...it was my princess. She was my $40.00 Chow Chow,but to me she was priceless. I took her home with me and her big sis, Nikki warmed right up and they were like "two peas in a pod" from there on out... like my two boys are now.

As Nikki was my sunshine and day, Cherokee was my moon and night. Cherokee was mellow, she was my chill pill. The entire 13 years I had her, she never once, not once barked. If she saw a stranger, she would charge then stop short and sort of snort like a bull and give a deep growl. Cherokee was very aloof. She only liked me, her sister and her grammy. If someone would go up to her, she would turn around and walk away, never letting anyone near her. She would always lie far away from other dogs, other than Nikki. She was a like a silent sentinel. Cherokee was also very prissy, she hated rain, hated the mud. If it rained she would stick her paw out on the ground and feel around, if it was wet, go right back in. It was funny watching her do this. It was like, “I am much too beautiful to get wet". Cherokee was also very sly about the things she did. She literally chewed three doors down, one garage door and two chain link fences apart. I always blamed her sister until one night I sat in wait and caught her with wood in her mouth. I found out she had separation syndrome big time. Both of my girls loved riding in their truck, the back with canopy was theirs, but she had to have a booster seat, never figured out why, but it was a ice chest until it got stolen and then a big black tool box and there she would sit upon her throne. She hated lying in the bed of the truck and would cry until her black box got put in. One night I found she had a big lump on the inside of her lip. They took it out saying it was benign. Life went on, and then we lost Nikki. I thought OK I have Cherokee to see me through this and then six months later she started having seizures, one last grand maul seizure. I found out Cherokee had cancer throughout her body, so much for being benign. I was blown away; never in my wildest dreams did I think I would lose both of them so close together. But...they were "two peas in a pod". Cherokee was not an everybody’s dog, but her bond with me was very strong. I had my princess for 12 years and for that I am grateful

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