Likes: She loves her "papa", Schopenhauer, and her human siblings.
Pet-Peeves: When kittens steal her food. She is to kind to stop them and just pouts about it.
Favorite Toy: Her wading pool, she loves to lounge in it on hot days.
Favorite Food: Apricots, she goes nuts for them.
Favorite Walk: she loves weedy fields and walking downtown.
Best Tricks: It is amasing the small spaces she can fit into. she loves to tease her much larger dad by squeezing into places the he can't fit.
Arrival Story: When Schopenhauer was 2 years old i started looking for a friend for him, we met a wonderfull woman who owned a pregnant silver female, Queenie. Queenie soon gave birth to two beautiful babies, Aspasia and Sonnie. Sonnie stayed with his mom, and Aspasia came home with us when she was old enough. Although I was worried about how Schop would react with a puppy in the house, I had no need for concern. Schopenhauer took her under his wing the first day. Having two standard poodles was even easier than having just one because her "dad" trained her, including potty training her, and they keep each other company when we go out without them.
Bio: she is a petit standard poodle at only 50 lbs. but what she "lacks" in size she certainly makes up for in personality. she is always SO happy that her whole back-end nevers seems to stop shaking.
My little daughter, Glimmer, went to her new home today. i will miss her but i knew she was ready and wouldnt let her nurse anymore. even though i still have a puppy to baby, Josie, i still look for Glimmer once a while. mom says we will go visit her after she gets settled in though, so we will see her soon.
I’m a mommy now! On December 28th I gave birth to a beautiful little black girl. She is so tiny but is growing fast. Her Grandpa, Schopenhauer, was excited to meet her and was very gentle, but he made me nervous anyway. My cat friend, Keda, loves to baby her and grooms her almost as much as I do, I don’t mind at all. I don’t even mind if little Ping comes for a visit. My little human sister has started calling my puppy Glimmer, but I don’t know if I like that name or not. My person has had to force me outside to go potty every day because I don’t want to leave my baby’s side. My human had a nesting box made up for me, but I’ve taken over the couch instead. She doesn’t mind, I can pretty much get my way right now, she spoils us anyway, but now that I’m a mommy I’m getting even more spoiled. The rest of my canine family is getting more spoiled now too, I think our human wants to make sure no one gets jealous. So far I love being a mommy, although I seem to be a lot more nervous these days. I trust my family but don’t want to leave my baby for longer than 30 seconds.