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Buddy Grau

Miniature Schnauzer
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Age: 9 Years   Sex: Male   Weight: 11-25 lbs

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Bud, Bud Lite, Nutty-Buddy, Buddy-Boy, The Budster, Mr. Buddinski, Puppyhead, Ping-Pong, Leapin' Lizard, etc.

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Quick Bio:
-pound dog

June 30th 2006

Being the center of attention, much to the dismay of his older sister!

Buddy hates water (except for drinking), hates fireworks and thunder, hates being picked up and hates having his nails trimmed. I could go on, but I won't.

Favorite Toy:
Anything his sister is playing with, socks, shoes, electrical cords (including iPod chargers) and moths.

Favorite Food:
Whatever is in his bowl, in Lexie's bowl, dropped on the floor, under the rabbit hutch, or in the garbage!

Favorite Walk:
Anywhere and everywhere.

Best Tricks:
Standing on hind legs for extended periods of time and butting in wherever Lexie is getting attention.

Arrival Story:
Was watching the local Humane Society website for nearly two years, on the lookout for another mini schnauzer. He showed up on a Saturday morning and I literally ran out to see him. He was surrendered by another family and came up here via Chicago.

He was just over a year old when we got him and very thin. He would stumble going down the stairs and the vet said it was because of his low weight. Otherwise, he had a clean bill of health. He is probably purebred, but like his older sister (also a rescue) we just don't know, or care.

Forums Motto:

I love to play and be in the thick of things. At first I demurred to my older sister, Lexie, but those days are gone. I now jump in on any and every petting session I can get, much to Lexie's dismay. I just can't help myself - I have to be included in everything and will not often sit still, even to let Mom attach my leash for walks or pour food into my bowl. I am very energetic and act like a puppy more than an adult.

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I've Been On Dogster Since:
July 16th 2007 More than 8 years!

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Buddy's Beat

OMD! I Can't belief it!

January 17th 2013 3:49 pm
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I can't belief mom left her puter on wifout bein in the house. I don even member how to do this stuff on here, but I am gonna try my best. Or at least try. It is hard.

How in the world has everypup been? I have been very good. I got lots of treats today. Mom snipped my claw thingies off, one by one. Every time I heard that bad "click" an' saw my paw part go shootin' off 'cross the room, I got a treat. That is a lot of treats. It is the same number as the number of my toes, I think. Mom did this to Lexie too, but she only got one treat for every whole paw cuz she don know how to complain like I do. I have smart.


Saint Patrick was a Schnauzer!

March 17th 2012 7:09 pm
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Lexie did told me that today is Saint Patrick's Day an that the humans are s'posed to be wearin the green. I don tell colors apart so good. Mom said her Keen sandals are green, so that's propriate.

I asked Lexie who was Saint Patrick. She tol me he got all the rats outta Ireland a gabillion years ago. I think. I din know Saint Patrick was a schnauzer!

How cool is that?!!!


Mom's Learned How to Bark!

March 4th 2012 7:50 pm
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Mom's been barking a lot lately, which fur a human is not a good thing. She sounds rather rattley and gurgly and has been using up a lot of tissues, which is really cool, specially if I could get my paws on them - yummy, gummy treats! She puts the trash cans up really high now though. Sigh.

She is also taking extra naps, which I don't mind in the least. Actually, I don't think this is normal and good behavior for a human. I hope she don hafta go to the vet. If she does, at least maybe she can get some pills and take them with peanut butter. That wouldn't be all bad. I could even help wif that part. I'm good like that.

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