Little Bit

Norwegian Elkhound
Picture of Little Bit, a female Norwegian Elkhound

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Age: 13 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 26-50 lbs

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LB, Lotta Bit, Bit Bit, Bitty Bug, Little Dog, Baby Boo

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Quick Bio:
-purebred-dog rescue

January 1st 2004

Me! Food, walks, food, car rides, food, belly rubs, snow, food, cold weather, and food.

Thunderstorms, fireworks, and interlopers.

Favorite Toy:
Squirrels and rabbits.

Favorite Food:
What isn't?

Favorite Walk:
Anyplace boasting a bounty of squirrels and rabbits.

Best Tricks:
Looking adorable and being the family comic relief.

Arrival Story:
Adopted through the auspices of the remarkable John Nelsen Moosedog Rescue Fund (JNMRF) after spotting her on their web site in January 2007. She was an untagged, unchipped stray found wandering in rural Nebraska with a younger female elkhound, possibly her daughter. Little Bit's birthdate is unknown, but it was estimated that she was between 3 and 3 1/2 yo at time of adoption. The JNMRF agreed to let me have her for a "trial" weekend, but I knew after she was here for about an hour that I wanted to keep her forever!

Little Bit tested negative for heartworms at the time of her adoption in February 2007, but in October 2008, she tested positive after exhibiting the classic symptoms of the disease. The vet stated that she was infected when we got her, and the JNMRF offered to pay for the treatment. I told them that we were able to absorb the cost of the course of therapy without hardship and to use that money to help another dog. She's fine, happy, and full of life, fun, and love.

Forums Motto:
The Intimidator

I've Been On Dogster Since:
May 14th 2008 More than 8 years!

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