☆ Max ☆


Miniature Schnauzer/Jack Russell Terrier [See My DogsterPlus Photo Book]
Picture of ☆ Max ☆, a male Miniature Schnauzer/Jack Russell Terrier

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"My Trading Dog Goodies Secret Pal was paw-some!!"

Home:Lompoc, CA  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 12 Years   Sex: Male   Weight: 26-50 lbs

Christmas goodies from our friend in Virginia

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"Christmas goodies from our friend in Virginia"

Saving one dog will not change the world but surely, for that one dog the world will change forever. --unknown

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"Saving one dog will not change the world but surely, for that one dog the world will change forever. --unknown"

Hey, what

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"Hey, what's this?"

Wearing my new raincoat so I can still go to the dog park in the drizzle.

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"Wearing my new raincoat so I can still go to the dog park in the drizzle."

running at Barkin Park

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"running at Barkin Park"

This is my cousin, Dylan

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"This is my cousin, Dylan"

This is my other cousin, Fiona.

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"This is my other cousin, Fiona."

This is my other cousin, Jack.

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"This is my other cousin, Jack."

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Nicknames:
Maxwell, Max-a-million, Nosey-dog

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

Quick Bio:
-mutt-pound dog-dog rescue

Birthday:
August 9th 2002

Likes:
snoozin' in the sunshine, hanging with my pals at Barkin' Park, scavenging for snacks

Pet-Peeves:
baths, sprinklers, diesel trucks driving by

Favorite Toy:
Does the Kong count?

Favorite Food:
chicken and sweet potato treats, ZiwiPeak dog food, Blue Wilderness Duck

Favorite Walk:
where ever I can find good sniffs

Best Tricks:
sit, stay, shake paws, high 5, crawl, down (unless I am on cement), leave it, jumping through a hoop (see my diary), postal delivery alert notifier

Arrival Story:
I was at the shelter with my mom and a brother from another litter. We had escaped our yard for the third time and no one came to collect any of us. I was the worst off, a mess of matted fur, fleas and ticks, and under half of my normal body weight. My new human adopted me and gave me my forever home where I am king.

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April 12th 2007 More than 7 years!

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I was in a parade

December 3rd 2011 6:23 pm
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This week our local dog park, Barkin Park, had a float in the annual parade in our town. Many of my pup pals were there to walk along with the float. I got to ride ON it. My human was supposed to work the cd player so the crowd could hear the dogs barking to jingle bells, but the technology gremlins took over and the cd had to play from the truck. It was pawesome to see the crowds from the float, just like riding in the back of the car.

 

Summer Time

July 19th 2011 11:20 am
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I love the longer days of summer. The warmer weather and extended daylight usually means extra time at the dog park with my pup pals, or a bonus walk at a local park.
This summer I thought "expect the unexpected" only referred to some show my human watches. Turns out it has also applied to me.
A few days ago I stepped on a bee when leaving the dog park. Definitely unexpected. My pup pal's human lent a hand and we affirmed once again that our vet is PAWESOME; she returned our call after 8:00 p.m. to help to make sure I was not allergic. Two nights later, a raccoon thought he would grocery shop in our kitchen. Talk about unexpected. We are now learning all sorts of things to do so he and his family will seek 2:00 am snacks elsewhere. I do not like that the dog door is shut at night, but I also do not want critters eating my treats.
Hopefully the summer will hold some good surprises as well, starting with this week's field trip to a dog park we have not visited before.

 

A Holiday Treat

December 24th 2010 10:04 am
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Visiting family for the holidays, I got to go to another dog park this morning. We love visiting Five Cities Dog Park. There are familiar friends we see a few times a year. The park is part of a larger park which is good for bonus sniffs.

 
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