Alie


Chihuahua/Shih Tzu
Picture of Alie, a female Chihuahua/Shih Tzu

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Home:Mississauga, Canada  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 5 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 1-10 lbs

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Nicknames:
mama's baby, new new, monkey, and little miss trouble

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

Sun Sign:
Quick Bio:
-mutt

Birthday:
December 27th 2008

Likes:
Belly rubs and cuddling with me and my fiance

Pet-Peeves:
people blowing in her face, being alone, and the barney song

Favorite Toy:
Her squeeky cow and her blue cat toy lol

Favorite Food:
Anything she can get in her mouth

Favorite Walk:
Anywhere she loves to run

Best Tricks:
At the moment dancing

Arrival Story:
My fiance's moms dog had puppies. Alie's mother Akira had to have the vet deliver the puppies surgically because one of the puppies were stuck. I saw all the puppies the day they were born and grew very close to them all very quickly. Especially when Akira wasn't producing enough milk to feed her puppies. That is the moment I started getting very attached to Alie. She would not drink from the bottle so I decided to give it a try. With a little effort she began to drink from it. I began to play with her every single day and became very attached to her. Still I said I wasnt going to buy her. I promised myself I wouldn't fall in love with another dog after my german shepherd of 18 years passed away 4 years ago. However, all that went out the window when My fiance's mother called and as a joke said that she had sold Alie. After a few minutes she told me she was joking. At that moment I said "Im taking her shes mine". I was absolutly in love with her and she was in love with me. When she heard my voice she would cry until I picked her up. I have watched her grow from less then a pound at 1 day old to now. I couldnt imagine my life without her.

Bio:
Alie is a very difficult and stubborn dog but not stupid by any means. By the time she was 6 weeks old I had taught her to sit and by 7 weeks how to dance. However, I have problems with her listening to me when it comes to getting her to stop chewing on things. She will eat anything she can get into her mouth. She knows what NO means but will not listen. When outside she will only listen to me when she feels like it. Training her is definitely a difficult task but I am putting in all the effort I have. If anybody has any tips or advice I would greatly appreciate it.

Forums Motto:
Little Miss Trouble

The Last Forum I Posted In:
Sometimes I can't believe what some people let their dogs

I've Been On Dogster Since:
March 14th 2009 More than 5 years!

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Dogster Id:
969555


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March 27th 2009 8:58 pm
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This week has been very heart wrentching for me. Alie has patellar luxation which I was told about a month ago. She is level one and I was told to keep a close eye on it but at level one usually there isnt a problem. However, it can progress. Two days ago I was on the computer and heard a verd loud whine come out of Alie. I looked down and she was holding her left back leg up. Needless to say i called the vet right away. That wasnt the only only problem she had that day. I woke up to take Alie to the bathroom and she couldnt hold it so she went to her pad. When I looked she had diahrea with blood in it. The vet said to definitly bring her in for her knee and to keep an eye on the diahrea. I took her food away for the day as suggested by her vet and gave her some rice in her food the next morning. The next day her poo was alright no blood. This morning i woke up to a FOUL smell. Alie had diahrea again and blood was in it again. I picked it up in a zip lock baggie and put it in the freezer for the vet tomorrow. I am thinking that maybe it could be from her eating the cat poop out of the litter. No matter where i put it she finds it. It is so hard to keep her out of it. Needless to say I am very worried about Alie. She still has lots of energy but I've noticed a change in her. She has become the love of my life besides my fiance. It would kill me to lose her. Lets hope for the best and hope everything turns out okay. Keep her in your prayers:) I will keep you posted

 
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