Millie - CGC


American Pit Bull Terrier
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Home:Oakland, CA  
Age: 10 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 26-50 lbs

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Nicknames:
Millie Mills, Little Miss, Millstein, Wilhemina VonWigglehausen, Silly Millie, Guntherina, Dodo

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

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Quick Bio:
-purebred-pound dog-dog rescue

Birthday:
July 4th 2004

Likes:
Love - from people or her dog pals. But walks and food are close seconds.

Pet-Peeves:
Water - especially cold bodies of water. Baths aren't exactly a fave either.

Favorite Toy:
Gunther, Pandora and the occasional pink camo Wubba

Favorite Food:
Millie loves any food (including bananas) and she will do the world's cutest, clumsiest happy dance when she knows it's dinner time.

Favorite Walk:
Millie loves walks of any kind, as long as the walk isn't too very long. Car rides are fun, too. But snuggles are the best.

Best Tricks:
The Dinner Happy Dance, dancing in general, chilling out both dogs and people around her. Millie should be a Therapy Dog. It's on the to-do list.

Arrival Story:
Millie showed up at the Pinole Animal Shelter for the fourth time about 5 years after my own dog Gunther (her almost-twin and probable littermate) showed up at the same shelter. She was filthy, overbred, had chain marks around her neck and was covered in scars and scabs from some nasty yard fights. Turns out Millie had been a breeding machine for some loser who didn't want to spring for the fees the second time she landed at the shelter, and then her new adopter gave her to his friend to be a yard dog. After her new loser owner's friend called her in as a "stray" after a particularly nasty dogfight with his intact female (despite her already having been claimed by this dope and his friend on her third trip to the shelter), Millie went to the shelter for a fourth and final time. Some major frustrating red tape later, I brought Millie home to heal and to teach her that life was better than being used as a breeding machine and ineffectual outdoor security system. Millie is clearly related to my own dog Gunther, down to her being about as sharp as a marble. Millie is actually a bit beyond the dim side and operates at about a 5-month-old puppy age. This makes her endearing, if no candidate for Pet Star. After trying out a Forever home or two, it was decided that it was unfair to keep bouncing this dually-special dog around anymore, and she'll stay with her Big Bro Gunther until, one day, the right home that needs the world's most docile, calming dog finds her.

Bio:
We thought she might be from a later litter than Gunther's, but as she's been around longer we think they're probably from the same litter. Millie is a sweet, gentle and very simple dog. She's fantastic with people - especially babies - and other dogs of all shapes, sizes and ages.

Forums Motto:
hi

I've Been On Dogster Since:
March 20th 2009 More than 5 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Dogster Id:
971714


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Gunther - CGCPandora - CGC
- WCD 2007

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