Profile: Meet a converted cat person! After meeting my husband and his beautiful dobe, Dutchess, I found how wonderful a dog can be. Unfortuantely, she unexpectedly passed away at the beginning of June. Our entire family was so torn. We recently have welcomed a new baby girl into our home Zora. She is amazing and we look forward to our life with her, but will forever miss our beloved Dutchess.
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Zora is the newest member of our family. We were finally allowed to bring Zora home on August 9th! She's just amazing and the sweetest baby girl ever. I never knew having a puppy could be so wonderful. So far potty training is going very well. Her favorite things other than sleeping are biting at our hair and playing tug o war. She's a big snuggle bug and gives the best little kisses. Today (6/15/11), Zora turns two years old, and is an even bigger part of our family. Zora is my love and I don't know what I would do without her?! She greets me with big hugs and kisses. She always knows how to make me feel better. She still loves tug o war, but not so much on biting our hair. Her favorite toy is the ball. Whenever you bring her new balls home she is so excited and has to try each one right away. She walks around picking each one up, and putting it down to go for the next. Her next fave is jogging with Mommy, and then getting to run around at the park after a nice jog. Zora is an even bigger cuddle bug and will be in your lap in a second if you invite her. She's out of this world and I hope to have many more love filled years with her.View Profile
Dutchess passed away on June 12, 2009. It came out of the blue and hit us very hard. We believe she had a doggy heart attack, and after some research found this happens to 30% of dobes. Dutchess was our protector and friend. She loved playing frisbee and being sprayed with the hose most of all. Our three year old daughter was her best bud, and Dutchess became her protector the day we brought her home from the hospital. She was very smart and knew verbal and visual cues. We miss her very much.View Profile