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Sex: Female   Weight: 11-25 lbs

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   Leave a bone for Chesney

Chesners, Chesno, Chessebelle, Wrinkle-head, Puggle-butt, Goofball, Baby-Dog, Poody

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Quick Bio:

September 1st 2006

I like chewing anything, eating leaves and love to eat snow. Sleeping under covers.

My leash/harness (I'd rather run)

Favorite Toy:
My kong with peanut butter, my worm (not a real one...), my everlasting treat ball (even though I whine for help)

Favorite Food:
I think my food is a treat. I also have a tendency to eat cardboard! Rabbit poo on the sidewalk really does it for me too.

Favorite Walk:
I like to go around the block where the prairie dogs live. We have mini standoffs barking at each other!

Best Tricks:
Sit, Stay, Down, Shake and Roll Over.

Arrival Story:
I was the puppy in the window with the long face and my mom and dad fell in love with me instantly.

I think I'm pretty funny and like to chase rabbits when my pawrents aren't looking. I love to either sleep or have zoomies. There's no real happy medium with me!

Forums Motto:
Did someone say peanut butter?!?

The Last Forum I Posted In:
Auto Immune Disease

I've Been On Dogster Since:
November 28th 2006 More than 10 years!

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Snow Day

R.I.P. Sweet Girl

February 3rd 2014 8:05 pm
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It's taken me several months to be able to add this diary entry. I wanted so much to be able to wish this away. Chesney fought so hard against the auto-immune she had. We had several flare ups that caused so many tough ailments. She was on so many medications.

Last September, Chesney just stopped fighting. She was lethargic and when we took her to her vet, they said she would need an immediate blood transfusion. Sadly, her disease was killing off the new, healthy blood cells just as soon as they were added back in. After many prayers and tears, we had to let her go. She had just turned seven.

I miss her every single day. I wish I could hug her, pet her soft fur, feel her sloppy, exuberant kisses. She's now running free with no pain and no limitations. I'll see her someday again.


Snow Day

November 29th 2006 8:52 am
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Today was my first experience with real Colorado snow. I had a great time eating it and love wearing my pink sweater outside. My paws got a little cold, though, so I made it a quick trip.

I'm pretty sure my mom wanted me to "go potty," whatever that means, but I had more fun watching the snowflakes fall and then trying to pounce on them when they landed.

When we came back inside, I relieved myself on the kitchen floor and my mom played that fun game where she rubs a fun paper towel on the floor and I try to eat it and play with it. Very good day!

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