Lhasa Apso
Picture of Bear, a male Lhasa Apso

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Home:Mesa, AZ  
Age: 9 Years   Sex: Male   Weight: 11-25 lbs

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   Leave a bone for Bear

Smooshie Bear, Pooh Bear, Baby Bear, My Boy

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

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Quick Bio:

October 16th 2007

sleeping on mommy's bed, bark time between 8-9 pm, cheese and bacon

He doesn't like thunder or fireworks - loud noises scare him

Favorite Toy:
an old sock, an old sneaker, his bouncy ball and frisbee

Favorite Food:
Blue Buffalo adult - and every now and then for a treat, he likes cheese

Favorite Walk:
around the neighborhood and going to the dog park

Best Tricks:
"high five", sit, shake hands, sit up,

Arrival Story:
My family was not "out looking" for a dog. We came across Bear quite by accident. A friend's Lhasa had a litter of 4 pups, 3 female and 1 male. The 3 females went quickly at 8 weeks old. They were white and black. The little boy -- my Bear -- was the only one left. As you can see, he is a beautiful color with that cute little pink nose (which has darkened some as he got older). He was 12 weeks old when I first fell in love with him. My friend brought him to school to pick up her son and when I saw him it was love at first sight. He wagged his little tail, came right to me and proceeded to lick my nose as if to say "please take me home." I just couldn't let this one get away. My friend told me to take him home to meet my husband and children. Needless to say, my husband was captivated. One look into those beautiful brown eyes and one lick of that cute little tongue on his nose and he was hooked. My girls didn't want to let him go back. It was set -- Bear was meant to be ours. We went to my friend to give her the good news and she told me we could have him for half the price of the females. He's my little clearance puppy. He came home with us that night and we proceeded to Petsmart to buy him all the things he would need. He was almost potty trained so he had very little accidents. We immediately put in a doggie door and he made himself at home. Bear is as much a part of my family as my children are and I cannot imagine life without him.

Bear helps keep me sane. When I have a bad day at work, or am stressed or just in a bad mood, he knows and he comes over and sits in my lap and licks my face or wags his tail to play. After a few minutes I cannot help but be happy. He is my little stress reliever and I love him more and more each day.

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Mister Bear

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