Profile: Hi, I'm Gina, I own Tippy, Tia, and Muttley. I live in Washington state and drive a truck for a living. I got Muttley to be my little co-driver. We travel all over WA, OR, MT, and ID. I have always had a deep seeded love for animals and dogs more so. This site is like a dream come true.
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Muttley is a rescue puppy. It is believed that he is...Wire Fox-Bichon-shih tzu-soft coated wheaten terror, I mean terrier mix, and about 9 months old. His condition and actions suggested neglect and abuse followed by abandonment. His coat was a mess and he was very skittish, and didn't know how to play with people or other dogs. We have fixed all of the above problems all with in a month. He spends Mon-Fri with me in my truck as we go all over the PNW. We go for long walks in the wood(he loves to try and catch anything that moves). Then when we are home he and his big sister Tia just go nuts till they pass out. One of their favorite games is tug-o-war with a big blue bunny, and then wrestling. I have had several people tell me he's lucky to have us, I think its a two way street. We love the little guy and he seems very happy.View Profile
This is Tia, Black Lab-Shetland Pony mix. We keep waiting for her main to grow out. She believes that every one who comes around, people, dogs, cats, don't matter to her, they are here to play with her. "The world is her playground and every one and every thing in it is her toy/play mate." She is so much fun I just can't imagine a better girl. When I first brought Muttley home she kept trying to get him to play by putting the "bunny" in his face to get him to play tug-o-war. I owe a lot of Muttleys progress to her. She also helped our older girl come out of her depression after the loss of our beloved Buster, another lovable black lab mix. Tia is one of a kind and our house just would not be the right with out her. She loves every one and every thing.View Profile
This is Tippy, she just turned 10years old on October 10th. We have known her from birth and had her from 6wks. We almost traded her for one of her brothers. It went something like this. We got her from our neighbors and when they were about 8wks old another neighbor wanted one of the males. We took it to our house and cleaned him up. Well then they decided that they didn't want him. Tippy was a wild child and Tux was so mellow I thought maybe we should trade. My son took Tippy back and put her in the pen and came back to the house, she almost beat him back. I decided she wanted to be with us and that was that. She is a very good girl. She would go with our daughter when she would take off(5 acres wasn't enough for a 3yr old), and if Chrissy got out with out her she would go nuts till she got out and would go find her. The reason we got her in the first place. She was Busters mom and went into a depression when he passed away. She is the reason we have Tia. She is the top dog in our house and lets every one know it. She is friendly and all, but she lets all other dogs know she is the alpha dog and that is that. We love her and I don't even want to think of life with out her. She is such a great girl. Her favorite thing to do is sit and watch for cats. She don't want to hurt them, she just wants to play with them.View Profile