- dawnhark wrote:Message 1 of 2 , Mar 2 7:31 PMView Source"dawnhark <dawnhark@...>" <dawnhark@...> wrote:
<I was wondering how Oreo got her name--who named her? I remember <when my Oreo was a little kitten, and I couldn't think of a name for him.
<He was black and white.
<I'm so glad you let Oreo off leash a lot--a dog running free is a
<beautiful thing. I also believe it is essential to their mental, let
<alone physical, well-being.
Thanks for the note. We adopted Oreo when she was a tiny ball of fur; about the size of an Oreo. She's really beautiful, and her haughty attitude indicates that she knows this well! However, she looks a lot like a wolf and we've had people cross to the other side of the street to avoid passing her.
She's the first one in the truck before a camping trip....
- ... However, she looks a lot like a wolf and we ve had people cross to the other side of the street to avoid passing her. That s one reason I like for Jesse toMessage 2 of 2 , Mar 3 12:42 PMView Source
--- In BackpackGearTest@yahoogroups.com, "dtroeger" <dtroeger@m...> wrote:
However, she looks a lot like a wolf and we've had people cross to the
other side of the street to avoid passing her.
That's one reason I like for Jesse to wear things--people seem much
less alarmed by the approach of a big black hairy canine if he's
wearing something like a vest or pack. I'm tempted to attach an
antenna with a little flag that says "Hi, I'm Jesse, I love you!" to
further disarm folks and assuage their fears. (He loves everyone.)
Now, if only his words of love sounded a bit less like growls....