Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Old Pet, New Introduction

Some time over the months, I mentioned Brother Dog as the leader of our pack. Apparently, he used to be the leader of the pack for the entire street we were leaving in. That's composed of 13-15 dogs. He even used to come home with battle scars which keeps me worried.

I'm to cute for you to touch, mere human.
Unfortunately, he never lets me touch him. So I couldn't pet him, nor can I give him affection like I do with the others. Brother Dog a.k.a BD used to be, once again, our neighbor's dog. I wasn't here when he got "adopted" by my mom. She went on a vacation for a month, staying at my sister. Later, she came home and found my brother feeding another dog. She asked him whose that dog was and he answers her, it's not yours?

Later we discover that he is our neighbor's dog who started coming in our gate waiting for food to be served to the others.

Now, I believe he'd lost the fight with another dog. His title is now his son's. Shark had a brother named Sam. Sam is living with our other neighbor. Whenever BD sees these guys pass through, he goes all territorial on them and a bark and growl-fest commences.

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  1. Hey, it's about time blogger created a reply function....lol

    Seems BD is a tough little guy with such cute puppy dog eyes!!

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    1. Imagine this guy involving himself into fights for the position of pack leader of all the dogs in this area. And he used to win until now.

      Now he just comes home here with bruises on his face and I can't stop him because BD doesn't even want to be pet.

      Although he doesn't seem to be aggressive type.

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  2. Hey Haopee! You had asked what happened to LadyBug...she has been having difficulty with luxating patellas and possibly a torn ACL...we are not sure exactly how this happened...she didn't fall or anything...the vet said sometimes it is genetic. LadyBug is a rescue, so we don't have any information about her past. We are doing the best we can with the Metacam and trying our best to keep her quiet...which is difficult!! That's a funny story about BD!! He's cute! xoxo Chloe and LadyBug

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    1. Poor LadyBug. I hope she gets better. Sorry I replied to soon without tracking your older posts.

      Yes, he's an interesting dog. He doesn't bite or grow aggressive at me anymore. And he even tried to make act like Coal and Ginger because he says that they get petted just for being nice to me.

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  3. Oops sorry Haopee...we see that you have left us another comment about Touch Therapy...we will give that a try...thank you so much!
    xo
    Jeanne
    mama to Chloe and LadyBug

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    1. You're welcome. We dog lovers are here to help each other. I know how frustrating situation it must be to not know what else to do to alleviate LadyBug's situation.

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  4. He might be small but sounds pretty mighty!

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    1. He has muscled calves and all. And actually he's not all that mighty anymore. He has an average size for dogs here in the Philippines.

      Hi BM.

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  5. Hi Haopee. BD sounds like he's one of yours by default, so who's "default" was it? lol

    BTW I didn't know that entire posts are already shown in my main Blogspot page! Do you mean in the archive? Don't worry, the rant about stats was really just an excuse for a humourous post :)) I appreciate your comments x

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    1. LOL. That's okay. If we didn't have the stat rant, I wouldn't have been able to comment on your newest post.

      Darn, I was wondering why their weren't anymore comments to be moderated. LOL I forgot I disabled moderation.

      No prob, expect more comments once I visit you. ^_^

      Huggies and Cheese,

      Haopee

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  6. Hi Haopee,

    I agree with BD - he needs more air time!! He's super cute and clearly super smart to adopt your family - he knows where the best restaurant in town is!! :)

    Have fun buddy,

    Your pal Snoopy :)

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    1. True! We serve rice and meat in one meal like Chinese rice bowls minus the sauce.

      My mom always takes pride to tell our neighbors that our dogs food are always cooked and are more expensive than human food. I'll give her that.

      Hope you get a new bed Snoops!

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  7. Well, he is one smart BD then...figuring a way into a great home and loving hearts.

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    1. I hope so. My dogs have really weird stories attached to them. Most of them come from our neighbors who cannot take care of them or have money issues. I'm just glad I don't have issues such as aggression to deal with.

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  8. He needs more air time! He's adorable and seems smart
    Dachshund Nola

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    1. He would be given more if he allowed me to get close to him. Anyway, no worries. Yesterday I took an awesome picture of him.

      Will be posting it soon.

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  9. Just give BD LOTS of time, he will come around. Our Nuka is just starting to ask for attention and she has been part of the Army for nearly 15 months.

    Thanks for stopping by our blog. Yes, we are five American Eskimos. Siku Marie, the Queen was our first. The Mighty Quinn was rescued from deathrow in LA. Nuka Angel is a deaf Eskie mix adopted from Florida. Puff the Magical, a backyard breeder dog was rescued from KS and came to us Stage 3 Heartworm positive. YoYoMa is an abused blind boy who came to us from Northern California. We live in Albuquerque NM.

    Please visit us again and let's become friends.

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    1. Well, I commend you for saving Mighty Queen and the others. Does Nuka allow you to pet him? Because BD doesn't allow me to go near him. We've had him for more than 5 years already.

      But I'm not giving up. A year ago I tried to pat him but he turned Cujo on me, ever since then I just waited for him to come close to me rather than me going to him.

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  10. Hi Y'all,

    My Human says when she was growing up on a horse/cattle farm, people used to dump dogs because the shelter was miles and hours away and where they lived was very rural. So all her pets were dumped off by strangers.

    One day someone dumped a beautiful white German Shepherd. It lived there and they fed it and in return it was a watch dog, announcing strangers and staying close anytime the humans were outdoors. Once when it came to eat full of buck shot her mom got antibiotics from the vet and stuffed meat with the pills, hoping the dog would eat them. He stayed there many years until he got very old and stiff and one day disappeared. In all those years he never came closer than about 6 feet.

    If you believe in incarnation, maybe BD is this dog reincarnated.

    Y'all come back now,
    Hawk aka BrownDog

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    1. Awww Hawky! That's a sweet story. Well, did you know that usually dogs who know they're at the end of their doggy lives leave their owners and find a nice place to rest for good.

      Wow, so have you met any of them? I mean your Human's previous pets?

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  11. Big things come in small packages!

    Slobbers
    xxx

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    1. Hey Sammy!

      Your not so bad yourself. BIG HEART BIG BODY BIG EYES SMALL SWEATER.

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    1. Hey Bert!

      I saw your Vickie's work on Goose! Great job there, buddy.

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  13. HiHaopee. Hope you are having a wonderful weekend. My sister Nuka came to live with us in November 2010. She had been adopted and returned 3 different times from the rescue who saved her after her family dumped her at animal control because of her deafness which resulted from infections caused from being tied outside her entire early life. She is 10 years old. Thanks for asking about her.

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