Furst let me gives you some background information on her…not mum, Bella. Bella was founded by mum’s cuzzin down on a marina dock. Hey, I wonders if Frankie or Capt’n Ripley knows her. Anyway, hers was founded…ummm, where was I? Oh yes, cuzzin found her and took her in his heart and home because he is a
You see, mum went to helps our Mimi and Papa with a yard sale of an uncle. I know, I thought da very same thing but they wasn’t really selling da yard. I was most disappointed too, I thoughts we were going to get us a new/used yard. Anyway, on with my story. Mum’s cuzzin showed up to da yard sale (see, he thought da same thing) with beautiful Bella and course mum can sniff doggies out and hers had to go retrieve her from him. Mum brought da
This is what mum said went down. Da furst hooman man asked, as he stood 10 ft away “ Is that a pitt bull?” (Duh, I say) Mum’s response, “Why yes it is, isn’t she beautiful?” as Bella cleary knew no bounds whatsoever by kissing MY mum. I’m assuming that question could very well, possibly, almost be appropriate. Howevers, da next hooman man that coincidently overheard mums response, asked,” Will it bite?” This one kinda fluffed mums furs and afters her did that eye rolling bit that hers does so well and often…she replied politely, “ Her name is Bella and no she will not bite. She is a very mannerly and obedient girl “. (NOTE: there is no crime in asking someone if there dog will bite…it was the fact that da man overheard Bella is a pibble). Oh and by da way, I don't exactly know what mannerly and obedient mean either. Now mum was very much apawed and flabergasted at the remarks cuz hers has never evers experienced breed discrimination in her whole
So anyway mum came home and explained da situation at hand and we was completely dumfounded. We has never heard of this discrimination thingie. Now if I hads been there I woulds have
Oh and justs in case you didn’t know…doxies did experience a time of breed discrimination a very long, long time ago. We was even stoned in da streets, according to some sources.
The breed became very popular in the early 1900s, and in 1913 and 1914, they were among the 10 most popular entries in the Westminster Kennel Club Show. During World War I, however, the breed fell on hard times in the U.S. and England because they were closely associated with Germany. Dachshund owners sometimes were called traitors and their dogs stoned.
Now even though we three doxies were purchased fur a gazillion million green papers from a breeder... our hearts go out to all of you fur rescuing any breed whether it was a pibble, a greyhound, a sharp ay, a doxie, a husky, or even a designer dog. Thank you fur making a difference in their life because we know they have made a difference in yours.
I now am going to close this post with a poem mum found to include in Whitney’s book. Mum made da books through this place. Mum did lots of research on photobooking and decided this was da bestest place fur what she wanted. You can even turn your blog into a book.
Rescue me not only with your hands but with your heart as well.
I will respond to you.
Rescue me not out of pity but out of love.
I will love you back.
Rescue me not with self-righteousness but with compassion.
I will learn what you teach.
Rescue me not because of my past but because of my future.
I will relax and enjoy.
Rescue me not simply to save me but to give me a new life.
I will appreciate your gift.
Rescue me not only with a firm hand but with tolerance and patience.
I will please you.
Rescue me not only because of who I am but who I'm to become.
I will grow and mature.
Rescue me not to revere yourself to others but because you want me.
I will never let you down.
Rescue me not with a hidden agenda but with a desire to teach me to trust.
I will be loyal and true.
Rescue me not to be chained or to fight but to be your companion.
I will stand by your side.
Rescue me not to replace one you've lost but to soothe your spirit.
I will cherish you.
Rescue me not to be your pet but to be your friend.
I will give you unconditional love.
pees: Miss Pitt is still missing. Please pray that she has not met her fate and has found a new home.