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The baby, peanie, meanie, little grouch, buzzsaw, carpet shark, Miss Crazy, little crab, and pudge .
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April 12th 1995
Going for a ride in the car. Would sit on the driver's shoulder like a hawk and bark at anyone who was not in a car.
Whistling (hated theme song from "Andy Griffith Show"). Squirrels, cats, birds, the neighbors, the mailman, UPS, FedEx, the vet, other dogs, dog clothes, you name it.
Loved all her toys, April's toys, niece's and nephew's toys, and money. Would take them, put them in her clothes basket/bed and sit on them like a hen.
Everything except dog food. Even ate the hamster's food.
I got Peanut from a breeder. As soon as I saw her, I thought to myself, "that's my baby."
Peanut was a tiny chi, with a huge Napoleon complex. People got a real kick out of a tiny dog that was so mean (particularly men!!!). Her favorite prank was to hide, then jump out and scare people and other animals. My neighbors always laughed when she chased the mail truck or large cats, or jumped on the outside of the neighbor's chow's fence to aggravate him. Whenever family came home, she always brought us one of her toys as a greeting (then take them back, of course). It was not until after her death, that I realized that she had a very special role in April's life . . . She served as April's sight- and hearing-impaired service dog. After Peanut died, April never ventured past the edge of the patio. It was only then that I realized the extent of April's vision loss, and that she was being guided all those years by Peanut.
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Here are some Pawsome facts about me:
1. I was born in Bastrop, Texas.
2. I once pooped on my mom's good shoe . . . while it was on her foot . . . because I didn't want her to go to work. (I got to see an animal behaviorist and a dog trainer after that.)
3. I was very mischievous. My trainer told my mom that dogs with impish little faces tend to stay immature their entire lives. I nipped her on the butt after that remark.
4. I understood lots of human words and responded to them (particularly if they were related to some type of food item).
5. I was a tomboy and everybody always assumed I was a male dog. Strangers always referred to me as "little fellow" even when wearing a pink collar.
6. I liked to watch TV, especially shows with animals.
7. Unlike April, I was very sloppy. Lots of times I had food stuck on my fur. I even had stuff stuck on the top of my head.
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