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Picture of Riley-Otis, a male Labrador Retriever

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Home:North Las Vegas, NV  
Age: 15 Years   Sex: Male   Weight: 51-100 lbs

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   Leave a bone for Riley-Otis

Handsome, Coo-Coo head

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

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Quick Bio:
-dog rescue

Love and attention, throw in some squeaky toys and he's set.

he likes to hide or bury my shoes! silly boy i'll go barefoot!

Favorite Toy:
He has one squeaky toy that he has {so far} left intact.

Favorite Food:
He'll be eating natural! Sure can't trust the greedy dog food companies.

Favorite Walk:
by my side, anywhere

Best Tricks:
Winning my heart., and the hearts of everyone that touches him!

Arrival Story:
ADOPT 09 CONTEST Riley and I would like to give big hugs to Auntie Ginger, for helping us both, find our way home. Ginger, You are Awesome! Please visit; And a VERY special Thank you to Janis and Aaron, for bringing Ginger into our lives. Riley's adoption was official July. 4 2007 Quite appropriate considering his rescue. ********************* I was devastated by the loss of my"Girls" Belle and Boogie, to the pet food recall. I didn't think I could put myself through loving or losing another! I resisted for some time. The emptiness was overwhelming, And I was not alone in my grief, Beaser the Bratcat was grieving too. The miracle of Riley entering our lives officially began on July 2, 2007 His previous owner didn't want him any longer, and I am sure Riley knew it. I took one look at this big, handsome boy and my heart melted. I literally laid eyes on him for the first time when his previous owner met me in a grocery store parking lot with every dog item including the food/water feeders. It was obvious he didn't want any dog again. No sooner then Rileys leash hit my hand, that man was GONE! I had concerns naturally because where I live there is also a beautiful rescued husky mix Jewel, with diabetes and she is 95% blind, as well as another cat, Morgan. Day 1 was a whirlwind, I can only imagine what Riley was thinking. I drove him home praying everything would go smoothly. He was a bit antzie, and I sensed he was unsure and insecure about home, and if indeed he had one. I decided not to make any introductions on this first day. Maybe, I thought, If I take him to the dog park few other dogs would be there at that time and by again coming back home he would understand that YES, this is now, and forever his home. When we got home he did relax, but showed no interest in food.

ADOPT 09 CONTEST Day 2 was a true miracle! I watched as Riley and Jewel had an unexpected 1st meeting (I didn't know she was out) Hair stood on end, low growels were heard, and nothing else. It didn't take Riley long to realize Jewel couldn't really see him. Morgan stood his ground when he met Riley, t hey sniffed each other and moved on satisfied. Beaser was a bit more skeptical. He ran.... Then, Last night I witnessed a sight I really didn't think was possible to happen so soon, Beaser walked up to Riley and gave him his special kitty bump. There are no fences here, we live way out on acreage filled with trees. And Riley has decided that no fence's are a good thing, because he's home finally, and perfectly content. Riley's (real) story resembles a spy movie, Just play the Video, it says it all. As for me, Today I will smile!

Forums Motto:
Im an Angel sent from heaven!

The Last Forum I Posted In:
FDA warning to Bayer

I've Been On Dogster Since:
July 3rd 2007 More than 9 years!

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