Ruger


Australian Cattle Dog/Blue Heeler
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Home:New Zealand  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 11 Years   Sex: Male

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Nicknames:
Doofus

Doggie Dynamics:
 Energy 
sleepyenergetic
 
 Intelligence 
sillygenius
 
 Friendliness 
aggressiveaffectionate
 
 Playfulness 
not playfulvery playful
 
 Disposition 
anxiouscalm
 

Quick Bio:
-purebred

Birthday:
August 18th 2003

Likes:
His frisbee

Pet-Peeves:
the dog next door, bicycles

Favorite Toy:
His frisbee

Favorite Food:
Most fruit

Favorite Walk:
To the dog park

Best Tricks:
All the regular stuff

Forums Motto:
"Where's my frisbee?"

The Last Forum I Posted In:
Should I?

I've Been On Dogster Since:
November 16th 2007 More than 7 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Dogster Id:
665023


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The Writings of a Frisbee Freak


Hello there pals .....

December 3rd 2007 1:44 am
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….. I’m finally back. The humans are back from the city after buying their new sniffing machine. My mum human tried telling me it’s not a sniffer, but how can they find things that are hidden that well without a good nose (and we all know humans don’t have a good nose – that’s why they must have had to buy one!!) She says it’s called a GPS and you can see where things are on it, not sniff where things are.

I reckon the humans don’t need a GPS to measure metres when they already have a perfectly good DPS (Dog Positioning System) that measures things in Rugers. They took us for some new walks yesterday and I only took them the wrong way once and I knew how far back to the car the whole time – well, that’s my story and I’m sticking to it. So I’m really all they need.

There might yet be some good in this new sniffing machine though if it means the humans are going to take us new places for walkies.

Slobbers
Ruger

 

“Accidental” geocaching.

November 28th 2007 1:59 am
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The humans say that it’s a finding kind of game for big and small humans. They didn’t mean to find the first one – they weren’t even looking for it – so I don’t know WHAT kind of game that is!!!! The mum human says they weren’t playing the game yet, but they are now.

I reckon they should let me play too. I’m really good at finding my dad human and my num human, and I find all kinds of stuff like my bowl and my leash and my lead. And after all, I helped find the accidental first thing too. If the humans hadn’t been taking us for a walk, they would have never seen it, so I say that makes me the best finder. Well, that’s my story and I’m sticking to it.

Now my mum human has spend so much time on the computer last night and today looking up stuff about it and other things to find, that I haven’t been able to write my diary. And tonight her and the dad human went looking for things on purpose – and didn’t even take us.

She says we are going to have a little holiday with our friend L. this weekend so that her and my dad human can go to the city and buy some kind of toy they need to help them with finding. Maybe they are buying a new nose, because the humans are useless at finding things with their noses. I reckon they should just ask me to help – my nose is great. I’m so clever I could find anything!!!! And I’m not too sure I’m gonna like this kind of finding game if I can’t help and can’t go along.

But staying with L. is pretty good, because she has looooots of other dogs there to play with, so its way more fun than the city. I better go now in case the Mum human wants to use the computer again.

Slobbers
Ruger

 

Dog Park Days

November 26th 2007 12:56 am
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You can only catch a Frisbee so many times you know, especially after you’ve chased cars too. Well, not actually chased them out on the road like – just running really really really fast beside the fence trying to keep up with them.

And after that my Mum human expected me to catch my Frisbee too. Which I did. Most of the time – at least when my Mum human threw it right. But she called me a lazy dog when I took it away and lay under the bushes. At least I ran the right direction to get it – not like my silly sister who didn’t even realise what way the humans had hit her ball. And I catch my Frisbee right out of the air. I almost do backflips some times. The humans say I am very aerobic.

My Mum human had to go get the ball twice because my silly sister didn’t know where it went. My dad human said that she must have her brain turned off today!!! BOL I think she has her brain turned off most days personally. But that’s because I’m the handsome and clever one. Well, that’s my story and I’m sticking to it.

Slobbers
Ruger

 
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