I have been an animal person my entire life. I have worked in a Dog Daycare and Boarding Facility, have done some limited back-office Vet work, and most recently have been involved with a local Rescue group. I help in the placement of animals, and have also TRIED fostering. The problem with that is they all stay with me!
Proud Pet Parent Of:
Jack -Miniature Schnauzer, CoCo-Chocolate Cocker Spaniel, Pixie-Apricot Toy Poodle, Piper- Chihuahua, Sugar Bear-American Eskimo, And Simon, the cat, Flamepoint Siamese mix.
How We Met:
We are all Rescues
Jack likes to sleep under the blankets, CoCo likes chewing on her stuffed toys and playing with Pixie, Pixie likes to play with CoCo, Piper likes to be held, Sugar Bear just likes to be (he's12), and Simon gets immense pleasure out of chasing the dogs.
Going to the Vet. It's unanimous!
Anyplace that the sun shines through!
Jack- his stuffed fish toy, CoCo- her stuffed bone shaped toy- Pixie- any toy that CoCo currently has in her mouth, Piper doesn't like toys, but she LOVES Nylabones, Sugar Bear-any toy that squeaks, Simon-chasing string type toys that are attached to sticks or poles.
Jack moves everything around with his nose, CoCo runs in circles when compnay comes over, Piper does a funny little "belly-crawl" when she's excited, Pixie whines (loudly!) when waiting to be fed, Sugar Bear's habits aren't printable, Simon licks the drips from the coffee pot (although we stop him when he does it).
Jack is trying to teach Piper how to play. It is adorable. CoCo is so good with Piper, and lets her climb on top of her to keep warm. Piper also tries to snuggle up to Sugar Bear because he has so much fur, but he doesn't like it. Pixie will lick you to death. Simon will stand on his hind legs and give hugs.
My Pet Is Unique Because:
They are all unique with their different personalities. None of them does the same as another, so living with them is a challenge sometimes, but the rewards are amazing.