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Roo Roo is MY DOGS NAME! was posted 09/30/2007 07:47 pm by maryg
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I call him ROO ROO and some times BOO BOO. My husband calls him 'stupid' (he loves him though) because for six years now he will bark at my husband every time he walks in the house like he is a stranger, but wagging his tail the whole time. I think he does this to Tom on purpose because he likes to razz Tom. He also will not let Tom near me LOL. He will stand between us, again, ROO gets a lot of attention for these little quirky things and loves attentioon and of course, to razz Tom. He is a huge German Shepherd. Big fur ball.

It is true what you said. My dog knows when I am ill and he is very quite, but won't leave my side. My husband and son joke with me all the time because I told them if any thing happened to me all my money was being left to ROO until his death and that they would have to take care of him like the king that he is and I would hire spy's to make sure they were walking him, brushing him and keeping him happy with treats and toys and love. Of course I have no money LOL, and they know this. You have to understand, its always been a Big joke (way before my dx) that if the boat was sinking and only two life rafts I would let hubby and son drowned etc. and that I probably Willed all my things to my dog etc., so it's been a natural thing to joke about in our house for over six years.

Truth is, the dog really keeps me going. Unconditional love' dogs don't lie, just look at you with those huge big brown eyes. Actually 'Dogs Don't Lie' is a great book to read about the soul of dogs.

Love MG

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