Mojo (In Loving Memory)

German Shepherd/Labrador Retriever [See My DogsterPlus Photo Book]
Picture of Mojo (In Loving Memory), a female German Shepherd/Labrador Retriever

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Sex: Female   Weight: 51-100 lbs

Mojo, 2004

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"Mojo, 2004"

Mojo and Kia

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"Mojo and Kia"

Mojo 2004

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"Mojo 2004"

She loved curling up in this chair.

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"She loved curling up in this chair."

Mojo 2006

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"Mojo 2006"

Mojo 2007

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"Mojo 2007"

Mojo 2007

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"Mojo 2007"

Mojo - Dec. 1993, 1 year old

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"Mojo - Dec. 1993, 1 year old"

Mojo - 1992, about 11 weeks old.

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"Mojo - 1992, about 11 weeks old."

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Miss Mojo, Wild Dog, Moey Joey, Mojo Dog, Fur Face

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

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Quick Bio:
-mutt-pound dog

August 1st 1992

She loved going anywhere, as long as she was with me. She really enjoyed swimming.

She hated when strangers approached the car.

Favorite Toy:
She loved her fleece man.

Favorite Food:
Her favcorite food was Candy Corn, which she never got enough of in this life time.

Favorite Walk:
She loved walking anywhere, but she especially enjoyed the beach.

Best Tricks:
She knew the command "put your ears down," When we told her this she would flatten ears to hide them. She could also "stay" and "sit" and "shake" and "crawl." (She knew more tricks too...)

Arrival Story:
We found each other when I decided to visit my local animal shelter. I had wanted a dog of my own for a long time. My new landlord actually allowed pets so I walked over to the shelter near my college. I walked by her cage and said hello, she was just a tiny black puppy with floppy ears. She was so happy to see me. When I walked on to look at the other dogs she had a fit! I kept going back to her. The shelter worker told me she didn't have much time left...I decided right then that she would be coming home with me. It felt more like she chose me, than the other way around!

Mojo was my best friend for over 14 years. She was the smartest dog I have ever known. She figured out how to open the fridge, much to my annoyance. She also figured out what button to push to open the microwave! Every day when I came home she would be waiting for me. But when she was younger, before arthritis set in, I would always know when she had done something wrong. If she wasn't at the door, she would be hiding in the bathtub, and I would know to look for what she had done. (She always hid in the tub when she was in trouble.) On Mother's Day weekend Mojo couldn't stand or walk. She had been unable to really play or jump on the bed for awhile. She couldn't hear, and her eyesight was going. And so I made the hardest decision of my life - to end her suffering. It's been a few years now, and I still miss my Mojo dog. Rest in peace Mojo - September 1992 - May 2007

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Mojo, who will always be missed

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"Handler devoted" breeds.

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