July 9th 2007 11:12 am
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My name is Gunderson, but a lot of people actually almost everyone call me Monkey. I'm not really sure, but I've learned to respond to it. With being a model and what not, mom feels the need to dress me up all the time, annoying! So Aunt Emily, she buys all the clothes for Moochie & Co., she is looking at costumes for halloween. They had a football one that they thought would look good on me. At first I wasn't oppossed to the idea of trying it on, but then it became a nightmare. First I had to put on these white silky football pants that were really tight around my tummy, then they put the same silky material jersey over my head and front legs. Then I felt a helmet going over my head and my face trapped in a face mask of the helmet. Talk about not being able to move. I just stared straight out the mask and kept my head down most of the time. The finishing touch was the football. Now this wasn't a football that you, me, or any other pup usually likes to play with. This was a small football with elastic attached that went around my neck. As soon as that elastic went around my neck I slowly began to collapse to the floor in my costume. It was tourcher, it was embarassing, and it was so heavy! I started sinking my front legs first, then my back followed, then my head just plopped over and I rolled on one side not moving an inch. Mom and Aunt Emily thought it was so funny, but I couldn't even walk! But then I had a brilliant idea. I remember one time when I was watching the TV show Girls Next Door, one of the girls dogs, Wednesday had a bunny costume on, and she went catatonic in it. She sank to the ground and at first they thought it was funny but then felt bad so took it off. If I did it enough times Mommy was sure to feel bad for me and never put clothes on me again! That night mom tried to put a sweater vest on me. Usually I'm really a good boy about getting dressed, but this time I let her put it on me, and immediately went catatonic. I army crawled over to my crate and layed inside of it looking sad. She knew something was wrong, so she took me out cuddled me and took of the sweater vest. As soon as she did I started running around and playing and greeting all the people I could! I knew I could prove to her that I like being a naked boy:)
June 11th 2007 11:04 am
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I'm growing fast, but learning slow. I think Mommy is starting to get upset with me because I do things when I feel like it, and I don't let her know. When Mommy first brought me home I didn't know where it was that I lived so I would cry when I had to go potty because I didn't know where to go. Now that I have been living at home for 4 weeks I didn't know I had a spot where I was suppossed to go, I go everywhere!
My teeth hurt me a little too. It feels better when I chew on things, but what Mommy doesn't understand is that the toys she gives me are too soft. I like her high heeled shoes much better! They are hard and taste really good.
I heard Mommy telling my aunts at the office I was starting puppy school this week. I don't know what this means? I hope it is fun though!
May 31st 2007 1:58 pm
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A Press Release came out today about my mom's company. I modeled the shirt....it says "I have 2 Daddies" and the other says "I have 2 Mommies"
Check it out!!!
Online Pet Accessory Store To Celebrate Fathers Day And Gay Pride Month
Moochie & Co., leading pet accessory store, offering "I have 2 Daddies" dog t-shirts.
Columbus, OH (PRWEB) May 31, 2007 -- Moochie & Co., a leading online and mall based pet accessory store is celebrating Fathers Day and Gay Pride Month this June by offering Father's Day apparel and taking part in Gay Pride Month events.
T-shirts decorated with the phrase, "I have 2 Daddies," are available online and in local Moochie and Co. Stores. Moochie's Merchandise Coordinator, Kristie Lewis, explains "We wanted to celebrate Father's Day by recognizing the bond between dogs and their gay owners. These t-shirts reflect the fun attitude of all our products and have been a hit in the weeks leading up to Father's Day."
Just as brides-to-be and expectant parents register for wedding and baby shower presents, new pet parents have a pet registry of their very own. The Moochie Registry helps new dog and cat owners gather the essentials for their new pet while bringing friends and family together for a special pet occasion.
In the week's leading up to Mothers Day Moochie's "I Love My Mommy" t-shirts proved to be the company's best selling product.
According to Lewis, Moochie & Co. decided to expand on the "parenting" concept and launch the Moochie Registry. "Just as brides-to-be and expectant parents register for wedding and baby shower presents, new pet parents have a pet registry of their very own. The Moochie Registry helps new dog and cat owners gather the essentials for their new pet while bringing friends and family together for a special pet occasion."
Lewis said that Michigan Moochie stores will be supporting Motor City Pride on June 3rd and Columbus Ohio stores will be taking part in the Stonewall Columbus Pride Holiday 2007 on June 23rd.
Motor City Pride festival events will take place June 2nd and June 3rd. Events include: Commitment Ceremony, Pride Movie Event, Family Picnic and Street Festival.
Stonewall Columbus Pride events are scheduling during throughout the month of June. Events include: Stoney Shorts Festival, GLBT History Video Night, Pride Poker Run, and Pride Parade and Festival.
About Moochie & Co.
Moochie & Co. consistently looks for new pet products that are functional, well-made, creatively designed, and offer great value.
In addition to moochieandco.com, Moochie & Co. pet accessory stores are located in Ohio and Michigan. The stores offer thousands of pet gifts and accessories from dog beds and cat toys to rhinestone dog collars and gourmet dog treats.
Moochie & Co. features items that are fashionable as well as functional such as collars with matching leashes, comfy beds, carriers, tasty homemade treats, and toys your pet will enjoy. Moochie & Co. also carries unique, upscale and high fashion items such as jackets, sweaters, t-shirts and boots. Moochie also donates 25 cents from the sale of their "Moochie Brand" dog treats to non-profit animal rescue and support groups.