Tippi


Beagle/Breed Unknown [See My DogsterPlus Photo Book]
Picture of Tippi, a female Beagle/Breed Unknown

Photo Comments

"Tippi chillin' out in July"

Home:Woodville, TX  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 7 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 26-50 lbs

Tippi and her new house

Photo Comments

"Tippi and her new house"

Tippi close up

Photo Comments

"Tippi close up"

Woof-er says "Get off my back, Tippi!"

Photo Comments

"Woof-er says "Get off my back, Tippi!""

Big Boy, Tippi & Mini, shortly after arrival

Photo Comments

"Big Boy, Tippi & Mini, shortly after arrival"

Happy Tippi & brothers

Photo Comments

"Happy Tippi & brothers"

Tippi

Photo Comments

"Tippi's a pretty pup!"

Tippi hears something!

Photo Comments

"Tippi hears something!"

   [See My DogsterPlus Photo Book]
   Leave a bone for Tippi

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

Quick Bio:
-dog rescue

Birthday:
July 4th 2006

Likes:
Being petted

Pet-Peeves:
Being picked on by the other dogs

Favorite Toy:
None in particular

Favorite Food:
Purina Natural Choice

Favorite Walk:
Down the road about a half mile and back

Best Tricks:
Doesn't have any yet

Arrival Story:
She and her sister & 2 brothers were "dropped off" in our barn around the end of August! When I went to feed the horses and barn cat, I noticed something moving in the stall nearby. I looked and there were 4 puppies looking at me! I spoke and they all got up & started wagging their tails! They had already emptied the trash can looking for food. They all had mange, worms, fleas...they were a mess! We found them on Friday & took them to the vet on Monday. He bathed them, treated them for worms & mange, and gave them their first shots. He estimated they were about 8 weeks old. The vet was surprised at how "socialized" they were...so somebody had them long enough to socialize them...and then dumped them. We guessed it was because they either didn't want to fool with, or couldn't afford to treat all their problems.

Forums Motto:
I'm a very happy puppy now!

The Last Forum I Posted In:
These beaglies need help

I've Been On Dogster Since:
October 8th 2006 More than 7 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Dogster Id:
398519

for 2781 days


Meet my family
Squirty at
Rainbow Bridge
JacquelineRusty at
Rainbow Bridge
Mr. Penny at
Rainbow Bridge
DollyPiglet, now at
the Bridge
Floosie, Rest
in Peace,
sweet
Fancy Pants at
Rainbow Bridge
Gussie Girl at
Rainbow Bridge
Velcro at
Rainbow Bridge
Bonita my
Sweetie at
TheBridge
Buttons
Bushy TailBear Dog (at
The Bridge)
Gray Lady at
Rainbow Bridge
Cousin
Rose--at the
Bridge
Mr. SpotTeddyBig BoyWoof-er
MiniFreddyFred at
Rainbow Bridge
Chica
TabithaPrincessMistyMandy
Baxter aka
Rascal
DixieLamborghiniLamborghini

Meet my Pup Pals
See all my Pup Pals
See all my Pup Pals
 

Our first "snake encounter"!


Too much excitement!

October 10th 2006 8:18 pm
[ Leave A Comment ]

We had enough excitement this morning to last awhile! We were running with our dad on his daily run, around the house down here, and when we got to my mom's bird feeding station, there was a cottonmouth moccasin coiled up with his mouth wide open, right under the feeders! (Probably why all the dove feathers were there yesterday!) Anyway...all four of us spotted him at once and encircled him with our noses right in his mouth!!! Dad yelled at us enough so we backed off...he ran in the garage & got a shovel and beheaded the snake! And he didnt' bite anybody...I guess he couldn't decide which one to bite, since he was surrounded! In the meantime, Woof-ergrabbed Dad's walkie-talkie that he had dropped, and took off with it, all the way out to the end of the driveway!! Another one grabbed his little stick he carries to take down spider webs and ran off with it another direction! Dad was finally able to locate all his stuff and continue our run!!! At least that snake won't be getting any more of my mom's birds, or threatening anybody!!! WHEW! I guess all's well that ends well! That was one mean-looking snake though!!!

 
See all diary entries for Tippi