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Samoa SunnyBear Bell

Australian Shepherd/Golden Retriever
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Age: 8 Years   Sex: Male   Weight: 51-100 lbs

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   Leave a bone for Samoa SunnyBear Bell

Monkey Butt, Pepe Le Pew

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Sun Sign:
Quick Bio:
-mutt-pound dog

September 28th 2007

His sisters Savannah and Dublin Rose.

Dick Cheney

Favorite Toy:
Old bits of cardboard and box turtles.

Favorite Food:
3 Dog Bakery's "Lick'n Crunch" carob/peanut butter flavor. Yum!

Favorite Walk:
In the run off ditch behind the house. Might be some turtles there.

Best Tricks:
Chasing Birds in Flight. Helicopters, too.

Arrival Story:
We had been shopping around to find a good companion dog for Savvy, our Lab. We had already been approved by a local humane society and started out looking for an older dog. But then Samoa showed up on their website and we all went up for a meet and greet. Obviously it was meant to be!

Forums Motto:
Happy Boy!


I've Been On Dogster Since:
December 27th 2007 More than 8 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Dogster Id:

Meet my family
Savannah Blue
Max Bellini,
Cat of Mystery
Mattie & Dixie
(long ago)
Dublin Rose
The Bell PackCookie PelaSullivan Soot

Meet my Pup Pals
See all my Pup Pals
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Call me Samoa!

What to say...

February 8th 2012 1:19 pm
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Now I know how those celebrities feel when they have to write a thank you speech! I COULD stand here and fumble with a cocktail napkin and then start blathering on about the little dogs who knew me when...

I COULD take a political stance and start ranting about Dick Cheney or nowadays Newt Gingrich...but to tell you the truth I'm surprised I haven't ALREADY gotten in trouble for that.

I COULD give all the credit to Savannah who insists she taught me everything I know, but why give her the satisfaction. She is already pretty self-satisfied if you ask me.

I think...I think...

I am going to thank my Grandma. When she walked into the Humane Society kennels, she walked right up to me and said..."I'd like to play with this Black One."

And that changed my life.

Thanks, Grandma. I'll never forget that!
Now, pass the punch and let the party begin!


Deer Chase (an adventure with two narrators!)

February 6th 2012 9:52 am
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Samoa: So it looked like a typical Sunday...we had a chicken foot and went out to water the lawn and settled in while Mom had her coffee. Can't get that woman to MOVE without coffee. And then we went for a walk.

Savannah: Samoa spent the coffee period barking nonsensically at the back door, instead of doing something useful, like barking at the cookie jar as I did.

Samoa: Mom crams us all into the car and I get to set up front because I am better behaved.

Savannah: He sits upfront because I get in the comfy wide backseat.

Samoa: We drove down the street to the school fields and I helped by using the direction signals.

Savannah: He tries to stand on top of Mom while she drives.

Samoa: After exiting the car, we rambled across the wide fields behind the school. The little girls romp around while I keep a sharp eye out for varmints of all kinds.

Savannah: I bring up the rear in case anything ever REALLY happens.

Samoa: As we neared the woods a herd (cluster, covey, mob, assemblage?) of deer broke clear and took off in fear for their lives when they glimpsed large fearsome me. I gave chase.

Savannah: The little girls went off like rockets and left Samoa far behind. Of course, the deer left the girls far behind, but it looked like they were having fun.

Samoa: If not for my efforts to include the girls and slow poke Savannah, I would no doubt be enjoying a venison joint AT THIS MOMENT. But, alas. My good nature proved to be my downfall and the one piece of luck those miserable deer could have benefited from.



Update on the Beaver News...

January 26th 2012 12:04 pm
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He is going to be allowed to continue living in the city park. I think I'll take him some old newspapers to read. I'm sure I can get on the good side of him and maybe keep him from voting Republican in the upcoming.

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