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Sam is a tri Pom he was 1 1/2 lbs when we got him he's the runt of his litter
Sam is the sexiest dog EVER!
Sam is a typical Jack Russel Terrior or as we call him "Jack Russell Terrorist." He loves to play outside, chase tennis balls, birds, frogs, mice......he is a very good guard dog. He talks when you are petting him - sounds like he's growling but it's more like echoing. He is too smart for his own good. He loves to sleep in our bed and play with his baby brother.
My Sam is half Dachshund, part Bichon, part poodle and I think part Satan. He will be 6 months old on the 9th of February. I own an animal t-shirt company and I am always looking for cute animal designs until I realized how adorable Sam is, I think I will dedicate a series of shirts just about Sam. He loves snow and autumn leaves, he constantly picks on his older brother Scruffy who thinks someday his real animal mommy will come and take him away. I have a video of Sam and Scruffy on my facebook under "Not So Human Tees" take a look and see them interact together, I need to capture more videos of Sam's Whinning.
Sam is a Doodle. He's back legs are paralyzed and he is blind. He is a great little guy. We have had him for just over 18 months since he was surrendered to us as a foster dog.
Sam was adopted and we can only guess his age
I have always been a very talkative fellow. Now that I'm older I communicate in other ways too; I can give a look that speaks volumes! I've lived a very good life with my human family. Then, a couple of years ago, my family brought home Dutch to keep me company. I wish they had known I would rather have a girlfriend than that pesky young Dutch! Oh well, I know they meant well and my best friends, Barb & Greg take me to their home most every week for a few days. I get undivided attention from them which makes me very happy! I love to go for walks, although my back legs don't hold me up as well as the used too. All in all, it's still a very good life. Let's hear it for the old guys!
My mom was so nervous about getting me being a first puppy she had ever owned. But she did just fine. When they first brought me home I could barely jump over her ankle when she was sitting on the floor I was so tiny.
Doctors should write prescriptions like, "adopt a canine companion, snuggle and play with them and call me in the morning"! The attached photos are of Sam our twelve year old Rat Terrier who is the most sweet, smart and loving companion. Sam spends all of his time with my 79 year old mother who has Rheumatoid Arthritis. He is so acutely attuned to when she is not feeling well and will not leave her side for anything - even if a parade of squirrels marched by carrying doggie treats!!! Sam takes seriously his mission to protect and comfort her and keep her warm by snuggling beside her when she is having a rough, painful day. All he asks in return is to have his ears or belly rubbed. When I go to work, I can breathe easy knowing Mom is not alone and is in wonderful hands, uh paws...Could you possibly ask for anything more special than the companionship, love and devotion that Sam and Mom share?