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Age: 13 Years   Sex: Male   Weight: 11-25 lbs

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sparky doddles, doodle, mr sparky, him

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

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Quick Bio:


mom leaving, pottbellied pigs at the door

Favorite Toy:
all bones

Favorite Food:
non-salty human food

Favorite Walk:

Best Tricks:
sitting up

Arrival Story:
We bought Sparky out of the paper. Friends had a dachshund and we love Shultzie so we had to have one too. Sparky was the only pup with a red nose. He also had green eyes and these looks were the selling point for us. I stuck him in the big pocket on the front of my sweat shirt and home we went.

Sparky is a people fur. He loves to hug and kiss no matter if he knows you or has just met you. He also loves to be petted by feet?! More pics can be found in a website called: It features my folks business and all the farm stuff! Emu, alpaca, pigs and of course more cute pics of us doggies!

Forums Motto:
the sheriff

I've Been On Dogster Since:
September 18th 2008 More than 8 years!

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November 2008, Thankgoodness


September 3rd 2009 2:24 pm
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As read on Zoo Too:

"NEW YORK -- Pennsylvania lawmakers have just made it a little tougher for puppy mill operators. Governor Ed Rendell, on Thursday, signed the law which now bans the practice of docking tails after five days of age, debarking and surgical birth on dogs, unless performed under anesthesia by a veterinarian.

"It is hard to believe that operators of puppy mills -- individuals with no veterinary training -- sometimes cut out the vocal cords of dogs and even perform Cesarean sections," Sarah Speed, of the Humane Society of the United States, said of these painful and unsafe procedures commonly performed on dogs at large-scale puppy mills.

The bill passed the legislature with strong bi-partisan support and because of the efforts of humane organizations across the commonwealth, including the HSUS which in a released statement thanked Governor Rendell and Representative Caltagirone for "their leadership in advancing this measure."

Let this be just the begining!


Everyone else

July 29th 2009 6:50 am
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Everyone else was writting so I figured I had better too. Not much to say other than I wish mom would do something about those chickens. They sneak up behind me and bite my butt. Then they stand at the door so I can't get in or out. I was here first! They should back off! When I tell them that I get in trouble. Not fair! What's a boy to do?!



What are you doing Sunday night?

April 28th 2009 6:03 pm
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Well, we watched this show called Leader of the Pack. Even dad liked it and he's not as big on dog shows as mom. It's a reality show where a family(2 parents 2 kids) gets to live with 8 dogs in order to pick the one that is right for them to adopt. They do challenges and learn about proper care and then when someone gets to "take a walk" (voted off) the show follows that dog to it's new home and their new parent talks about why they wanted that dog. This is the best reality show ever! So, Sunday night 8 o,clock on HGTV, I'll make the popcorn!

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