How old are you?
5 years, 5 months and 12 days.
Where do you live?
Erm…. pretty much anything that I shouldn’t eat…. I also love my auntie’s gravy- she makes enough for the whole family including me and Jessie and puts it on our dinners in the evening, and its YUMMY!!!! And I can get them to share anything they’re eating just by looking at them with my big brown eyes…. although I did manage to eat my sister’s most expensive pen when she wasn’t looking….(I was only a puppy).
My auntie makes little toys for me and I whip them away as soon as she’s finished them, heehee!
I like being a nurse. My mummy and auntie are both very poorly and I look after them when the other humans aren’t around. A while ago my auntie was really really ill and had to be taken away by some people in a green uniform who I’d never seen before- I think they were called paramedics, and she was away for about a month in a place called hospital. Ever since, she and my mummy have been in and out of hospital and I can always tell about a week beforehand when they’re going to have to go away again, so I look after and fuss over them a bit more when the humans aren’t there, to try and keep them home. I do anything I can, from keeping them awake if they’re falling unconscious to licking their feet when they’re having panic attacks. Sometimes its hard and Jessie comes along to help but I like to do it on my own so she only helps out if I ask.
Who is your best animal friend?
Jessie. She’s 4 years old, half chocolate lab and half red boxer. We like to cuddle together when we’ve been playing for a long time.
Who is your best human friend?
Well to be honest, I have three, and I love them all for very different reasons – My Mummy, who is disabled, so I get lots of cuddles and fusses from her as well as lots of yummy food and she plays fetch with me from her wheelchair.
My Auntie, who has a very bad heart, I have to be very gentle with her as if I’m too boisterous I could make her really ill- but she makes me toys and gives me lots of cuddles and I look after her when she’s really poorly.
And then there’s my sister Becky. She doesn’t live with us anymore because she’s gone to university but she always comes home two or three times a week to give me cuddles and have a good old tuff-and-rumble with me and Jessie. With Becky I can jump all over her and it’s ok, because she bounces.
Please describe your perfect day:
My perfect day is always one when Becky comes home. I wake up in the morning, bounce on the end of my mummy’s bed, to wake her up too, then charge downstairs and have a gallop around the garden, sniff the bushes (you never can tell how many birds have been playing hide-and-seek in there unless you have a good old nose around), and then after breakfast I pinch a new toy and wait for Becky to come home. Then when she walks in through the door I jump on her, pin her down and lick her face all over! Then I have lots of cuddles and playtime and food and when it’s eventually time to go back to bed I dream of chasing rabbits.
Do you like cats?
I don’t really know, they look a bit funny so I generally try to avoid them. They make really strange noises, too.
Any bad habits:
bad habits? Me? I’m a little angel, me….. (although I do like stealing food off my sister’s plate).
What is your favourite website?
I like Google because I can use it to find anything I want, like toys and food that I haven’t tried yet.
Please feel free to tell us anything else about yourself:
I really don’t like going to the vets because they always stick things up my bottom.