Fred CGC

German Shepherd/Breed Unknown
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Home:Citrus Heights/Sacramento, CA  [I have a diary!]  
Sex: Male   Weight: 51-100 lbs

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Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Quick Bio:
-mutt-pound dog

Gotcha Date:
September 28th 1997

Toys, wearing bandanas

Having to go outside

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Best Tricks:
Squeezing thru the cat door

Arrival Story:
I was looking for a new dog at the Sacramento SPCA. I picked out a dog that my other dog Ladybug hated (which is really odd as Ladybug usually got along with everybody). The staff recommended Fred and he's become one of the best dogs I've ever had!

His previous owners decided they no longer wanted him any more. What fools--he's a great dog! Their loss is SO my gain.

The Groups I'm In:
POOCH Pursuit Dog walk Team for Sunday, Sacramento SPCA Alumni

I've Been On Dogster Since:
September 7th 2004 More than 12 years!

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Meet my family
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My Life

Zoya and me

January 18th 2005 11:21 pm
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Long time, no bark! Zoya and I have been getting to know each other. She's pretty nice but she gets scared really easy. We get along very well because, as you can see from the picture of me in her crate and her in my crate, I let her think she's in charge. Mom calls her a "cairn princess".

Christmas was kind of quiet. Mom has to go out of town and can't take us with her so a nice lady named Sherina comes and takes care of us. She used to help take care of me when I lived at the SSPCA before Mom took me home. I really like Sherina so if Mom can't be with me, I feel safe with Sherina.

Zoya still doesn't trust Mom even though Mom really loves her. Both Tiki and I know Mom would never do anything to harm us but Zoya doesn't trust humans because she was treated really bad where she used to live. I really feel bad for both Zoya and Mom.

Zoya and I got some new toys and treats around christmas time - I got a "sock monkey" that squeeks, a pink hippo that also squeeks and some neat cookies. I think Mom felt guilty about leaving us since we really don't need any new toys.

Time to go to bed - later



My new friend Zoya

October 18th 2004 5:23 pm
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On Saturday instead of going to obedience training, Mom and I took a long drive. Mom packed a lot of stuff in the jeep so I knew we were going to stay over somewhere. What I didn't know was we were going to go get my new friend Zoya in a place called Oregon.

Zoya comes from something called a puppy mill. It sounds like an absolutely horrible place--the dogs are treated really bad, they are never allowed to play or have fun or get treats. Zoya jumps at every little noise and movement. She's terrified of people, including Mom. I keep trying to show her that Mom is OK but I guess she'll just have to figure that out for herself. For now, I'll just give Mom some extra love until Zoya realizes she's in a good place.

Zoya is not afraid of me or our cat Tiki. As a matter of fact, Zoya seems to want to know the Tiki better but of course, Tiki is playing hard to get. Cats can be so silly, can't they?

Mom will be putting Zoya on dogster as soon as she gets some good pictures.


My New Friend

October 11th 2004 4:14 pm
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Me again. Mom and I are getting excited. We're driving to somewhere called Oregon this weekend to pick up our new friend Zoya. This is a long trip for me--I hope I can behave! Mom says we'll stop every so often so I don't think it will be too bad. Mom's friend Jan is coming with us. I like Jan - she lets me do whatever I want!

Zoya sounds like she really needs a friend. I hope I can be that friend! She comes from somthing called a puppy mill. It sounds like an awful place. She needs me to teach her how to be a dog and how nice humans can be.



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