Jean Claude


French Bulldog
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Home:Brooklyn, NY  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 12 Years   Sex: Male   Weight: 11-25 lbs

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Nicknames:
Bubba, Jean Claude Van Dawg, The Harasser

Quick Bio:
-purebred

Likes:
sleeping, sleeping and ummm sleeping

Pet-Peeves:
wanting to go where he wants to go, when he wants to go there - regardless!

Favorite Toy:
a plastic Poland Spring water bottle

Favorite Food:
Sushi - salmon skin and Ikura (salmon roe)

Favorite Walk:
Prospect Park in Park Slope, Brooklyn

Best Tricks:
he likes to walk other dogs on their leashes in the park - Napoleon syndrome!

Arrival Story:
On 9/11 I got caught in the rubble of the buildings coming down and was having a hard time afterwards. My best friend knew I wanted a french bulldog so she bought him for me to cheer me up.

Bio:
Jean Claude is often referred to as the mayor of Park Slope. He loves being adored by people and dogs alike.

Forums Motto:
Walking a dog on a leash brings me joy!

The Last Forum I Posted In:
Do Frenchies 'slobber' a lot?

I've Been On Dogster Since:
July 4th 2004 More than 9 years!

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Dogster Id:
47418


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How Humiliated Could I Possibly Be?


How Humiliated Could I Possibly Be?

January 23rd 2005 5:11 pm
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Okay, I put up with alot. My mother always thinks that just because she is cold, I am cold, so she dresses me in these sometimes not so masculine sweaters. I admit it, I have no underbelly hair so I appreciate I nice warm and fuzzy sweater. But, does it have to be pink with a hood? Yes, I am in touch with my feminine side, but must I wear the hood? And now to make it even worse, we had a blizzard this week, and yes, I admit salt hurts my paws, but do I have to wear girly socks? I had on regular black shoes, but they were so stiff I couldn't walk, so my mom bought me baby socks and put them on my feet. Talking about being the laughing stock! I will never live this down with my friends in Park Slope!

 
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