Likes: [See Favorite Foods], Belly Rubs, Couture Fashion, Flowers (don't tell my human brothers, though!), Dancing the Tango (but I'm not very good because I have too many legs), Travel, Museums, Opera, and Sleep (except when I'm on the road travelling)
Pet-Peeves: The Mailman, Squirrels, Losing my doggy bones at the airport when I travel, Unfriendly local animals, When people tease me about my nub
Favorite Food: Anything Cultural. Specifically: Kalua Pork, Steak, Hot Dogs, Deep Dish Pizza, Catfish, Deep-Fried Hamburgers, Burritos, and Dog Food
Favorite Walk: In flower gardens, but I only walk when I'm travelling. Otherwise I'm too busy sleeping.
Best Tricks: It's taken months of practice but I can now sleep for 25 hours straight and still wake up tired!
Bio: I am an English Bulldog, all the way from Tennessee. My brothers Dylan and Cole Sprouse, aka Zack and Cody of "The Suite Life of Zack and Cody," feed me lots of delicious food and send me around the world on amazing adventures!
Places I've Been: Hawaii, Buenos Aires, Chicago, Paris, Memphis, Toronto, Washington D.C., Santa Fe, Mexico City, Cairo, and Tokyo. Then of course I've also been to the set of "The Suite Life of Zack and Cody" and even made a guest appearance on my brothers' show! You can also find me on the back cover of the Sprouse Bros. 47 R.O.N.I.N. book series. I have my own travel blog on the sprousebros.com (http://www.sprousebros.com/blog/). I've had numerous photo shoots, and have appeared in the Sprouse Bros. calendar and posters (my brothers just can't get enough of me!). I'm featured on the Ask the Dog Magic 8 Balls and key chains (http://www.shopsprousebros.com). I am also the mascot of Dylan and Cole's clothing line (you can find me on each article of clothing - check out the rivet!!), and the Bubba Lucha t-shirt is not only named after me but has a picture of me in my superhero gear! By the way, the gear (not my superhero gear, the Sprouse Bros. gear) launched at Val Surf on June 9. Check out some photos from the event here.
Bubba here. I wanted to let all of you know that I started a fan club on Dogster for those boys of mine. They're really somethin' aren't they. We gotta show 'em how many pup pals they really have here on Dogster so everyone's gotta join in on the fun! The group is called Sprouse Bros. Fans!! and as long as you're a fan you're welcome to join!
WOOF! Just came down from the Great Wall of China! That was something. I sure do love all I’m learning on my travels. The Great Wall – well - a lot of it has been falling apart on account of it being built back in the 5th Century. It’s now the 21st century so that means that it was built…well…now let me think, 500 subtracted from 2,100…no wait, it’s 2007, so…mmmnn….well, it was a really really long time ago.
Anyway, in China, they been rebuilding and repairing a lot of the Great Wall. Looks to me like they’re doing a heck of a job. It has to be pretty tough, because that Great Wall is about 4,000 miles long. It goes from Shanhai Pass all the way to Lop Nur. Silly me, I thought I could walk the whole thing. Even if it was all in one piece, that’s a heck of a long way to go! Whew!
I tell you, there’s something about strolling up a wall that folks walked on hundreds and hundreds of years ago. Anyway, I best be getting back home. I gotta get to LA by this weekend cause it’s my Dylan and Cole’s birthday. Nothing, not even the Great Wall of China could stop me from missing that! To read more about my travels visit my blog at (http://www.sprousebros.com/blog/). WOOF-WOOF!!
Hey all! I heard some folks recently decided on a bunch of new Wonders of the World. I didn’t know anything about the old ones, but I did find out that of all the old Wonders of the World, only the Great Pyramid in Egypt was still standing. I remembered that episode of The Suite Life where they had a mummy and though I may not know much I do know mummies come from Egypt. So, I headed straight to Cairo and boy, am I glad I did. Egypt is really cool. Maybe cool is the wrong word, because the weather was HOT. I didn’t stop panting the whole time I was there.
No wonder the Great Pyramid was one of the Seven Wonders. I wondered how they built it, and I wondered why they built it. I guess the pyramids were tombs for pharaohs. Pharaoh is what they called the ancient kings and queens of Egypt. Man, my brain’s getting so full, I hope it stays in my head!
Whew! I just had me a cool drink of water and I am plain old tuckered out, but visit (http://www.sprousebros.com/blog/) to read more about my adventures in Egypt! I’m gonna have a nap and then I’ll be wandering to the next Wonder. Woof! Wandering to the next Wonder!?! I tell you, I crack myself up sometimes. WOOF!