Picture of Lia, a female Beagle

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Home:Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic  
Sex: Female   Weight: 26-50 lbs

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Lia Maria, SillyGoof, Chulandrica, Girrrl, Babeh

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Quick Bio:

She likes to sleep, eat, prance around the garden, chase things.

Coowing, Being woken up, Perfumes, when I'm too lazy to pet her, and when the computer is apparently bringing in more attention than her.

Favorite Toy:
Boonnnnesss, and plastic bottles!

Favorite Food:
Doritos, Brownies, cookies, salami, and of course rawhide. :)

Favorite Walk:
Just around the neighborhood.

Best Tricks:
Sit, stay, lie down, LOOK AT THE CAMERA!, jump up, stand up, gimme yer paw.

Arrival Story:
We had been searching for almost half a year to add a new member to the family. I think I was in middle school or something. I opened my bathroom door one sunday morning and found her hiding behind the toilet, whining. She was the most precious christmas present I ever had.

Lia originally came from Budapest, Hungary! Her real name is Almasvolgyi Bettina, but we'll just stick to Lia. :) And, she likes to bark. A lot. I do believe she could hold a conversation with anyone. She loves to get attention, and will happily greet new people, by way of running up to them and slamming into their legs. She can sense when Mommy will get home, and will sit at the top of the staircase and stare at the door until she arrives. Lia is also the most chocolate-crazy dog I have ever seen. I know chocolate is not good for dogs. I think she knows it too. But she still climbs up the television stand to try and see if she can reach that hershey bar. :) She is very loved by both friends and family.

I've Been On Dogster Since:
December 20th 2004 More than 12 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

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