In Loving Memory of Peanut


Beagle/Jack Russell Terrier
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Age: 15 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 26-50 lbs

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Nicknames:
peanutty buddy,fat dog, corn dog

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

Quick Bio:
-pound dog

Likes:
to play sock tug of war and go for walks. She loves to watch out the bay window for the UPS man, the mailman, cats squirrells.

Pet-Peeves:
baths, THe UPS man, and metor readers,cats

Favorite Toy:
socks, and dental bone. Actually any bone

Favorite Food:
cheese and many different kinds of fruit.

Favorite Walk:
woods, She loves to pull you down the street, but on the way she wont pull. Must be too tired

Best Tricks:
sitting pretty. she understands a large vocabulary

Arrival Story:
My daughter picked her out at a shelter. She was going to be destroyed.

Bio:
Peanut is very territorial and hated it when we got balder the puppy. We get along great now I's be lost without Roo boy. She is the yard guard and does not like anything coming in the yard. She is very lovable and loyal. She understands a large vocabulary which makes her almost human.We had a scare last year with Peanut. She developed Cancer on one of her front legs. On the part we would consider the elbow. They removed the tumor and all went well. Cancer free for a year now. The vet advised us not to use lawn chemicals on the lawn. Most of the tumors like Peanuts are caused by these chemical. Dog lovers beware. !! I love my doggies more than I hate weeds. Unfortuneatley the tumors are back. Its gonna be hard to get these ones that are attached to fatty tumors and could not be seen, hopefully all will go well. Peanut health had declined in the past year, yesterday she got worse and could not even move her back legs among other problems, we sadly decided to put her down, we are very heartbroken but know Peanut is not suffering any longer. RIP Peanut.

Forums Motto:
Peanut-- The sentinel and yard guard

The Groups I'm In:
**************Pirate Pals******************, Pittsburgh Steelers Fans, Rusty's Terrible Group, The over 40 group and their dogs, ^*BASH*^

The Last Forum I Posted In:
"Dogs don't understand English"....oh



I've Been On Dogster Since:
December 17th 2004 More than 9 years!

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Dogster Id:
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Sad Day

November 29th 2012 6:44 pm
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Last nite Peanut's health deteriorated to the point of making hard decisions and in the end we decided that Peanut would be better off chasing rabbits at the Rainbow Bridge. She was put to sleep and we miss her very much but she will remain in our hearts always. People and animals are only with us for a while . So make the most of the time you have. We learned many good things from Peanut and the best was ..... how to love unconditionally. On the lighter side Peanut taught us that you can't trust the mailman ALL the time, I can rearrange your flower beds to my liking, how to dig a hole with no special tools and do it quickly,chocolate is not always toxic to dogs since she ate the whole basket,no one really wants beanie babies intact, how to claw your way out of a room literally, and how to cover your poop with a baby blanket, and the most puzzling how to escape every collar ever made. Peanut every time I see a baby blanket on a floor I will want to peek under it, or maybe not. :) We love you old girl, till we meet again....save us some chocolate.

 
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