Favorite Walk: anywhere with squirrels and ground squirrels and off leash
Best Tricks: finding things, tracking
Arrival Story: I previously was given a GSD in need of a home. She was my soulmate. (I will post her soon, Rosie.) Anyway, she made me love the breed. So I went looking and found this "last of the litter" timid dog. He is now 120 pounds of pure muscle and my best friend.
Bio: Lobo saved me from a bear encounter when I was camping in the back of my truck. I got up in the middle of the night needing to relieve myself. I was going to scramble out of my truck when Lobo made a huffing, low growling noise and obviously could see something out there. I got my flashlight and saw a bear! Right at my tailgate. I could have stepped right on it. So, I just held it until daylight. Lobo's noises eventually turned to loud, outright barking and the bear probably left at that point, but I waited until daylight. I have learned that when Lobo makes those huffing sounds, he has seen something that he is not quite sure of. Including suspiciously behaving people.
I'm slowing down but still going on little walkies.
Mom just got this video from my uncle. I stayed at his house a lot. He was really nice to me and didn't complain when I tracked mud all over his floors. We knew he could play guitar, but had no idea that he could sing. He is very shy. Mom came home from work last night and found that he had posted this Youtube video. She cried happy tears ... Uncle Singing
Mom's sister Lilian and her share the same date of birth but 9 years apart.
Auntie is a very talented person. She lost her voice years ago due to a growth in her neck area that had to be removed. She has worked really hard at getting some of her voice back. It is so lovely to hear her singing again. And, her kitty Sammy, seems to enjoy it too ... Lilian and Sammy
Sammy was rescued by her.