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Call Name "Skip"
been sick the last couple of months and recently diagnosed with
prostate cancer. Skip has been the most perfect boy that we could
have ever hoped for. He has been a wonderful family member and
Amanda and I made the LONG trip to Hico, TX-with a stop off at our
friends Jeannie in Weatherford-to get Skip. He fit in immediately to
our small family. He has a wonderful personality that he tended to
pass on to his offspring. On our trip home Amanda wanted to walk Skip
and Red....i said OK, but you can't let go of him for any reason. We
walked dogs and was headed back to the van. Red tripped Amanda, she
fell on Skip (Amanda was 11). Red dragged the three of them for about
10 ft. Amanda gets off of Skip, bloody knees. bloody hands' saying "I
didn't let go mom." And Skip, just looked at Amanda like "are you OK
and can you get off of me now?" such a good boy.
I don't believe Skip had a mean bone in his body. He was a perfect
male dog. Another male would show him attitude and he would just walk
away, confident and majestic. He never started a squabble, he was
more of the "don't be an idiot" and walk away type dog. He did really
like to back talk to Amanda. They both wanted the last word but Skip
usually got it. He would bark, Amanda would tell him to be quiet, she
would turn her back he would let out one loud "WOOF", she would turn
around and say "SKIP!!" he would wag his nubbin and as soon as she
turned around woof again. I would giggle...Amanda didn't find the
humor in it like I did. :-) Ahh, Skippy.
Thank you Terry, for entrusting Skip to us. He has been the most
wonderful boy and we love him dearly. Thank you to all who has his
pups, and the love you show them. I miss you so Skip, I will see you
on the otherside.
Latest Video at 12yrs old-12/29/11
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