Originally Posted by ChickenAl
Would this be the spoiled designer dog? We have one too! Truthfully, he has been my companion throughout. We adopted him, and he made it four dogs in our home. I really did not want him and he was a handful for the first year he was with us, but now I wouldn't trade the little mutt for all the money in the world. At times I think he knows what I'm thinking. Other times, I think he knows more than I do! It's the other times that have me worried...
What is it with all the designer doggies? I am surrounded by them! Across the street the Labradoodle, Lenny, who isn't a bad sort but LORD he barks all night and day. (Could be that the idiot that owns him keeps him OUTSIDE all night-even in January!) Next door, Rocky, the Mini Goldendoodle. I ADORE this dog. He is so adorable and sweet, and cuddly like a baby. Love him. Down the road there's a yorkiepoo (looks and acts like a yorkie to me, but what do I know?) yappy yappy little dog, tries to attack my Shiloh. (90 pounds) and his sister the Maltipoo-now, this one I don't "get" she's a Maltese-looks like my Maltese, acts like her, and pees everywhere-yup-just like my Angel.
I would love a cockerpoo, I've never met one I didn't fall in love with, but I have 2 dogs right now, and cannot fit another in without a divorce first. My big girl, Missy, is a shedding machine. If I knew how to use a spindle, I could make a plethora of soft black sweaters, she's a Shiloh Shepherd, big, with a soft temperament, while her german Shepherd roots shine WAY through in her looks and protectiveness. My Maltese, Angel is 9 years old, acts like a puppy (not housebroken) and I got her from a shelter. She actually came with her papers, which the shelter showed me, then shredded before I took her home (Like I cared-she was a little poofball!)-her previous owner, an elderly lady, passed away, and nobody wanted to take her. (I wonder why-they must have rugs!) But she's a good girl, and far more protective than Missy.
Well, look at me, going on and on...it's called PROCRASTINATION, people. I've got my masters in it.