So I’m finally home from vacation and my sister isn’t home and she locked all the doors when she left even though I specifically called and told her to leave one unlocked if she was going to be gone since I don’t have a key at the moment. So I am now sitting on my front porch with Jenna while I listen to Lexi and Tru freak out until my sister comes. This is actual torture. I just want to see my babies. :(

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Day 11: Hero
I love all my dogs, but Jax is the hero. For the first eleven months of his life, he underwent unimaginable abuse—everything from sour apple spray being sprayed in his eyes when he peed in the house to being thrown against a wall—before he came to live with us. He was fearful of everyone (still is afraid of strange men) and would not let my dad near him for a month. When he was about five, he was attacked and nearly killed by a much larger dog (no, it was not a pit bull) who shook him by the neck. She was very close to hitting his jugular before a neighbor was able to pry him out of her grip. After that, the owners returned her to the breeder who then threatened to sue them because “she had teeth marks on her front ankles and therefore couldn’t be shown.” The first few days after the incident, he was scared to go outside and would run in the house whenever he saw a squirrel. This dog has been through more than any dog should ever have to, and that is why he is a little hero.

What a good boy!I have a soft spot for little white fluffy dogs ever since I got my Tru Man.

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Day 11: Hero

I love all my dogs, but Jax is the hero. For the first eleven months of his life, he underwent unimaginable abuse—everything from sour apple spray being sprayed in his eyes when he peed in the house to being thrown against a wall—before he came to live with us. He was fearful of everyone (still is afraid of strange men) and would not let my dad near him for a month. When he was about five, he was attacked and nearly killed by a much larger dog (no, it was not a pit bull) who shook him by the neck. She was very close to hitting his jugular before a neighbor was able to pry him out of her grip. After that, the owners returned her to the breeder who then threatened to sue them because “she had teeth marks on her front ankles and therefore couldn’t be shown.” The first few days after the incident, he was scared to go outside and would run in the house whenever he saw a squirrel. This dog has been through more than any dog should ever have to, and that is why he is a little hero.

What a good boy!

I have a soft spot for little white fluffy dogs ever since I got my Tru Man.

We were walking around downtown Charleston yesterday and I saw this guy with his German Shepherd off leash heeling realy nicely, and he had a beard and was dressed the way I like men to be dressed. It was then it hit me, men with well trained dogs is a turn on for me. Of course I would have found him attractive any way, but the fact that he had a dog heeling off leash made him a bazillion times more attractive.

Just thought I would share.