Chronicles of a Ted E. Bear

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:) Gotcha Teddy!

August 20th 2009 7:21 am
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Hooray, today marks your 4th years with us! We are very happy you came to live with us. Originally we were set to just foster you for the weekend for the shelter and then bring you back to be adopted, but it turns out we fell in love with you immediately. You were so shy but always so loving. Thank you for giving us a chance Teddy. We hope you are as happy with us as we are with you. Over the last four years you have become more confident, although still shy. We were so proud of you when you received your CGC. That was a great accomplishment. Your allergies have become so bad though and we feel terrible for you at this time of year when they flare up. We will always do our best for you and hopefully we can keep your allergies under control this season. Sorry about all the extra baths, we are doing our best to make you comfortable.

Today you will get a special surprise for dinner. We love you Ted E. Bear!

Love,
Mom and Dad

 

Teddy and the monster!

April 28th 2009 6:55 am
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This is a true story so you wee little pups might not want to read any further. This is my last warning. Turn back now

Ok, you didn't listen, so here we go.

I suppose we should travel back to Sunday, when I believe the monster started its path of evil and destruction. After an extremely dry start to spring, Sunday proved to break that spell with showers on and off all day. Of course, as much as we needed rain, I however, hate the wet stuff. But that is a story for another time. I believe that this so called innocent rainfall either brought the monster or woke him from his deep slumber. In any event, the following day would prove to be terrifying as the monster made his path of destruction through our once peaceful and sleepy little town.

I woke up Monday morning and it seemed to be like any other day. I ate my breakfast, drank some water, and then got my harness on for a peaceful walk to the park so I could do my morning business. Mom got everybody ready, grabbed a couple bags, and off we went. We got to the park and everything seemed fine. It was, after all, the day after a rainfall. A morning when the grass and air smell fresh and invigorating. We finished up our business and then headed back to the path that leads us home. This is when the horror started.

Just as we are all feeling confident that this is a day like any other day, the road ahead showed the true face of evil. It was at that time that my keen sense of vision focused in on a large brownish looking monster. At first glance, I just thought one of my fellow canine furiends in the neighborhood took a walk unattended and left a present for all to see. As I approached closer though, this proved to definitely not be the case! This monster must have eyes on the back of head because as we got closer, without even turning around this vicious creature got up on his hind legs, mouth wide open, beady eyes focused on us, and deadly razor sharp claws ready for the kill. My face turned white as a ghost and I felt faint. My head was spinning and the whole time the monster stood his ground. Didn't he know that innocent children walk that path every day? Didn't he realize the fear he would inflict upon others in this reign of terror? Most importantly, I couldn't figure out why the rest of my family was so calm during this whole ordeal. Seconds seemed like days and my body was numb. Mom tugged on the leashes and brought us off the path until we had passed the evil creature. She looked at me and explained that it wasn't a monster, but in fact an animal know as a crayfish. She said the rain must have brought him out of the pond to sun himself and that the reason he looked so scary was because, in fact, that he was scared. Ok, mom. Whatever you say. I will continue to keep a keen eye out and my senses sharp. Only I know the real truth.

Ted E.

 

The Creation

January 1st 2009 1:16 pm
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The Creation

When God had made the earth and sky
the flowers and the trees,
He then made all the animals
the fish, the birds and bees.

And when at last He'd finished
not one was quite the same.
He said, "I'll walk this world of mine
and give each one a name."

And so He traveled far and wide
and everywhere He went,
a little creature followed Him
until it's strength was spent.

When all were named upon the earth
and in the sky and sea,
the little creature said, "Dear Lord,
there's not one left for me."

Kindly the Father said to him,
"I've left you to the end.
I've turned my own name back to front
and called you dog, My friend."

Author Unknown



Have a blessed and wonderful 2009!
Love,
Ted E. Bear

 

Psycho Teddy?

December 30th 2008 9:01 am
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Hmmmmmm, mom added a new song and a youtube video on my page. It's called Psycho Teddy. I don't think I'm psycho? What is mom talking about? I guess she just thought it was cute. Anyway, feel free to check it out.

PS - I'm still banned from the hubro's room. Need to get to that candy!

Ted E.

Happy New Year!

 

I was SO busted!

December 28th 2008 2:25 pm
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I may need to seek counseling for my addiction to candy because hard as I try, I can't help but trying to covet it as my own. I got caught with my hand in the cookie jar today, so to speak, ......maybe it should be the candy jar. Mom saw the wet chewed up foil wrapper of a Reese peanut butter cup on the floor and started to look for the guilty culprit. There was NO way I was going down so I nonchalantly walked on by all innocent until mom stopped me and asked if I did that. I didn't respond. I certainly didn't want to add lying to my list of offenses, so I simply asked what she was talking about. That is when the truth came out. Mom looked at my beard and saw some chocolate on it. Darned it!! That stinking beard got me busted. So mom found out the candy was in the hubro's room and she shut the door. I left all the candy and just took the one piece. I wasn't trying to be greedy but I got busted anyway.

Moral of the story - Shave your beard before you attempt to steal candy and beware.......peanut butter lingers on the breath too. BOL!

Ted (loves his candy) E.

Have a happy, healthy, and blessed New Year!

 

Wellness Core

November 3rd 2008 9:41 am
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Mom has been mixing in the new food the past few days and I must say I really love it. I am eating the Ocean Variety of Wellness Core, a grain free dog food. So far we are all adjusting very well and there has been no tummy upset for any of us. Me, Mia, and Dragon are all transitioning to the new food. MmmmmmMmmmmmGood!

Love,
Ted E.

 

Getting ready for a new diet change

October 20th 2008 7:36 am
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I'm still on the itchy side and even though my mom thinks it is probably environmental, trees and pollen, she decided to switch my diet. After a weekend of checking out several brands of food, we have decided to go with Wellness Core whitefish variety. There are no grains and the fish will be a new protein source just in case there is a food allergy. At least the fish and Omega oils should be nice for my coat :)

Ted E. Bear

 

WooHoo It's my birthday

October 7th 2008 8:48 am
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I'm 5 years old today and I'm going to McDonalds for chicken nuggets! I can't wait, I'm so excited. The family was reflecting on the past year and realized that not only did it seem to fly by but also there have been so many changes. From the losses of Tara and Bruno to the additions of Yuki and Dragon in the last year and a half. We're a really great group of misfit rescues living together. We're still all special and have our special days. Me and Dragon are the only ones that have an actual birthdate, everyone else is a guess based on the estimated age at the time of adoption. Since I love FOOD, I get to celebrate my day at the golden arches. Mmmmm, I'm drooling just thinking about it, plus now I have clean white teeth to eat my nuggets with. I guess I'll share with my furblings, besides the vet complained about my weight in August when I was 15 pounds. Last week when I went in for my dental I was down to 14. They would like me no heavier than 14 pounds, closer to 13 would be ideal for them. Whatever, give me that food! :)

Officer Ted (the birthday boy) E.

 

I'm all better!

October 6th 2008 9:47 am
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I just wanted to update my diary since my dental. The only tooth they needed to remove was the one fractured molar and now I feel much better. I was really out of it the day of the dental but each day I felt better and better. I finally pooped on Sunday. Yea! Mom was all happy I am back on track. We had a real scare on Saturday, you can read about it on Dragon's page. So now tomorrow is my 5th birthday and I have clean healthy teeth and I am safe and sound.

Love,
Ted (so grateful) E.

 

What? No Breakfast!

October 2nd 2008 6:47 am
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OMD - my mom didn't feed me any breakfast today and then she left me at the veterinary clinic for what she called a dental! I'm scared, lonely, and HUNGRY. What is she thinking. The ladies here are being very nice to me, but the just aren't a substitute for mom. The only positive I can think of is the fact that I heard mom tell them she wanted to pick me up the very moment it was safe to do so. She doesn't want me to have to stay any longer than necessary. I'll be having my teeth cleaned and also a fractured molar removed. Hopefully that will be the only problem tooth they will have to deal with. Wish me well furiends.

Ted (starving ) E.

 
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