Heylove


Boston Terrier
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Home:Sacramento, Midtown, CA  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 12 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 11-25 lbs

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Nicknames:
Riblet, Brisket, Tiny Prancer, Mrs. Wigglebottom, anything but Heylove. AKC: Canter's Black N White Cookie

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

Quick Bio:
-purebred

Likes:
Eating sticks, finding a source of warmth and basking in it, attending 4Paws U, play time, going for walks, looking for daddy.

Pet-Peeves:
Being cold, being ignored, being squirted with the spray bottle, having a bath.

Favorite Toy:
Squeaker toys, any tugging toy, Kongs.

Favorite Food:
Pig ears, peanut butter, blueberries, bully sticks.

Favorite Walk:
Anywhere with lots of new smells.

Best Tricks:
High five, left-side, leave it, bang

Arrival Story:
We first met Heylove when she was only 4 weeks old and we had to wait 3 more weeks to bring her home. We also had to drive all the way to Modesto to pick her up. But it's okay because we're huge Boston Terrier fans and she was so worth it.

Bio:
In her spare time she enjoys instigating games of tug, running laps around the yard and trying to incite the cats into playing with her.

Forums Motto:
Sacramento's most blogged dog

I've Been On Dogster Since:
December 17th 2004 More than 12 years!

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Dogster Id:
98936


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Talking 'bout heylove.


Heylove's the name!

June 14th 2005 9:30 am
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Just about every time my parents take me for a walk, people stop them and ask "what kind of dog is that?" I've even been mistaken for a pug. A pug?!?! puhleeze!

The second most common thing people ask is "what's his name", which my parents are quick to answer "HER name is Heylove", in which they get the response "Halo?"..."no HEY LOVE"..."Aylow?"..."no HEY LOVE"..."could you please spell that?"..."H-E-Y-L-O-V-E". After that they either get it, or continue to look perplexed.

Heylove - Like the Stevie Wonder song

Heylove - Like the Delfonics song

(both great songs by the way)

Sometimes I wish my parents just named me Sadie or Lola like everybody else.

 

Just about the best weekend ever

April 20th 2005 10:35 pm
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This weekend I graduated puppy kindergarten with a bachelor's degree in puppyhood. My teacher played "pomp and circumstance" while I got a diploma, a toy and at the end of the ceremony, they played a song called "who let the dogs out," which never really says why they let the dogs out, and where the dogs went. Personally, I prefer Bowie, who sings about Diamond Dogs.

So the next day, my mom and dad brought me to the beach. It was my first experience with sand! The sand was pretty fun when it wasn't blowing into my eyes, but the water was really loud and cold! Ialso did a nice hike up a huge hill and practically left my mom in the dust. Then I got to visit the best dog park ever in Berkeley. Lots of open space, tall grass for me to hide in, and so, so, so many other dogs. I really hope that I get to go back soon.

 

Who's idea was this?

April 15th 2005 9:55 am
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My mom made me this stupid costume for some weird human party a couple of weekends ago. At this party, they have a contest to see how many marshmallow peeps one person can eat in 30 minutes. Because of this, my mom made me dress up like a little yellow peep. Whatever. It was kind of cold that day, so I'm a little glad I was wearing something over my fur. My dad entered the contest but only ate 37 peeps and didn't win. Even after my mom held me up and said "win for the dog," he still couldn't do it.

 
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