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Age: 14 Years   Sex: Male

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Boo Boo Bear, Smoky Man, Boo boo

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Sun Sign:
November 12th 2001

I love to retrieve my squeaky ball, chase my tail after a swim in the pool and watch mom play all those begging games to get me to eat my food.

You only get one chance with my food, it better be good.

Favorite Toy:
My squeaky ball.

Favorite Food:
Boiled chicken breast mixed with my dry food.

Favorite Walk:
Around the neighborhood. When I'm really happy, I'll grab my leash like the reins for a horse.

Best Tricks:
Retrieving my ball and looking cute.

Arrival Story:
I wanted to adopt another Pekingese. When I saw him in the corner of his crate, I fell in love with him. He was the smallest dog I ever saw, but was sooooo loving. The owner that was selling him smoked very heavily and so the name.

Forums Motto:
Smoky - Little Big Man

Smoky & Chandler Playing - December 2011:

I've Been On Dogster Since:
June 2nd 2007 More than 8 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Dogster Id:

Meet my family
Betty -
Rainbow Bridge
Sassy (Rainbow

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Locked Outside

Locked Outside . . . with my mom and sister and brother

July 29th 2007 10:58 pm
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We had a fun weekend. Didn't get to go swimming although I teased mom into thinking I wanted to. I'd watch Betty dive in the pool on command and then walk up to mom like I wanted to follow . . .. silly mom - she was actually thinking I wanted to . . . .

We got locked out of the house today. Let me tell you - that was fun. My big sister said she was going out for awhile = that was about 6:00 p.m.ish She stepped outside the sliding glass door and then I think she locked it as she left. Mom thought she'd go in soon after . . . not. My big brother Tico thought he'd let mom know . . . this is not fun. He sat by the door panting. Everytime she left the yard to get help, he barked and barked and barked - like he thought that would help. When she got back home . . . from next door . . . she filled the water dish. He didn't want outside water - - he wanted inside water. It wasn't even hot . . . but he acted like it was. Betty just wanted mom to keep throwing her ball in the pool. I couldn't figure out what I wanted to do . . . sit by the fence and wait for the big dog on the other side or play with my tennis ball. No swimming for me today - thank you very much.

Mom went next door and made some phone calls. Pretty soon - - 2-1/2 hours later . . . my big sister came home. We all went inside and drank and drank and drank water. There's nothing like inside water. Mom was pretty relieved - she now knows there is no way anyone is getting inside the house, especially her.

We got in after a bit. Boy was I glad . . . It was starting to get dark outside . . .

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