Fredder


Basset Hound/Bulldog
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Home:Haines, AK  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 11 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 51-100 lbs

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   Leave a bone for Fredder

Nicknames:
The Fabulous Big Fat Fredder

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

Quick Bio:
-pound dog

Likes:
FOOD!!!!!

Pet-Peeves:
Another dog trying to get close to Mom!

Favorite Toy:
Anything that belongs to someone else

Favorite Food:
The kind stolen off the dining room table

Favorite Walk:
Anywhere--Fredder is happy anywhere

Best Tricks:
Stealing Food

Arrival Story:
We went to our local humane society and found her! She has lovely white eyelashes on the white side of her face--stole my heart!

Bio:
The Fabulous One is the smartest, most diabolical dog I have ever met! She is too smart for her own good, sometimes! But she is also the most loving, dearest companion in the world. I don't know what we would do without her in our lives!

Forums Motto:
There Can Be Only One...

The Groups I'm In:
Dogs in Denial

I've Been On Dogster Since:
September 13th 2004 More than 10 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Dogster Id:
71379


Meet my family
Copper (ATB)Raymond

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I am the Firstborn!


My mom has gone Basset crazy!

February 21st 2005 6:47 pm
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I think the mom has lost it, people. She's gone plumb basset crazy! First, it was Raymond Snootybritches coming to live with us. You'd think that would be good enough, wouldn't you? But NOOOOO, here she comes with this foster gal. Martina. She's a pretty good girl, though, I have to admit. She loves to run and play with me, and I had really missed that. Raymond is too snooty to play with anybody. Or so I thought...

We'd no more than gotten Martina the foster (HAHAHA) in here, than our local humane society (where I came from!) called the mom and said they had a basset for her. Well, my eyes almost popped out of my head! In she came with another one--a dark, tri-colored boy named Buford. Buford the Grouch. Buford gets nervous. When he gets nervous, he wants to snap at us. Raymond the Snoot taught him a lesson, though--he snapped at Raymond, and Raymond got into this big fight with Buford and tore Buford's ear up. Made the mom really mad at Raymond, who is her precious baby boy. I couldn't believe it!

But Buford is settling down and playing with Martina and me. So I guess he may be okay. But Raymond decided that HE was going to try to play with all of us! After all this time, I think the old stick may be trying to unwind a little. Hey, that's a scary thought...We get him back for all his snobby behavior, though--we can all run faster than he can! BWAHAHAHA, so he has to chase and chase us...

Well, I will update more later, nap time....most important thing, except for FOOD!

 

I have a new brother

November 22nd 2004 8:22 pm
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Well, the Mom went and did it. She brought another brother home for me. His name is Raymond. Mom went all the way to Birmingham, Alabama to get him. Of course, I got left at home. Sigh. Raymond thinks he's better than the rest of us. He just got here last night, so I will have to let you know more about him when I get him trained. I did talk him into snatching a sandwich and part of a loaf of bread off the kitchen table last night, so he might have possibilities. But for the most part, he just follows Mom around with those baggy eyes and looks like he's about to burst into tears. He won't even help me chase the evil hobbit chihuahua Mom gave to my sister. Well, we shall see! Love, Fred

 

I lost my brother, Copper

November 1st 2004 4:28 pm
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This has been a very sad weekend for us. My brother, Copper, died in the hospital Friday. He couldn't get rid of that pneumonia. My mommy has cried and cried. Copper was very special to her, since she rescued him and got him all fattened up and feeling better. My daddy said he owed the vet a gazillion bones for all Copper's doctor bills, and it hurts to see Mom cry about all of it. I am doing my best to love them and stay really close to them. I haven't eaten one thing off the table or the kitchen counter, either. I'm being a good, good girl. My mommy put her arms around me and told me about Copper. She hadn't been spending a lot of time with me, and I was mad at her, but now I see why she was otherwise-occupied. Boy, do I feel like a dumb dog. Mommy said I will see Copper one day when I cross the Rainbow Bridge, but I miss him now. I have nobody to howl with. It's very sad. Love, Fred

 
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