The Adventures of Moose and Bull

More Info About My Breed

February 24th 2009 11:53 am
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Now that you are familiar with the American Sesame Dog breed standard (see my last entry), here is some more information about them. Did you know there are different types of us? There are three principal types, and numerous sub-types. Here are some examples:

- The Monster type of the American Sesame Dog has a character and temperament that primarily resembles one of the monster characters on the children's television show "Sesame Street." Some of the more common sub-types include: Grover sub-type, Elmo sub-type, Telly sub-type, Harry sub-type, and Cookie Monster sub-type.

- The Animal type of the American Sesame Dog has a character and temperament that primarily resembles one of the animal characters on the children's television show "Sesame Street." Some of the more common sub-types include: Kermit sub-type, Miss Piggy sub-type, Big Bird sub-type, and Snuffalupagus sub-type.

- The Humanoid type of the American Sesame Dog has a character and temperament that primarily resembles one of the humanoid muppet characters on the children's television show "Sesame Street." Some of the more common sub-types include: Ernie sub-type, Bert sub-type, Prairie Dawn sub-type, Count sub-type, and Guy Smiley sub-type.

I'm pretty sure Moose comes from a pure cross of two Ernie sub-type dogs. What about me? I was a cross between a Cookie Monster sub-type and a Bert sub-type.

 
 

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