I started out life at the DC animal shelter - I was abandoned
there with my mother and three brothers and sisters.
I was always a wonderful dog (cutest puppy on the block).
I was most notably the local expert at the "jump
and kiss" technique but was also pretty good at
the "if you don't give me some of your dinner there'll
be trouble" routine. Well, eventually I got "trained"
and so I'm now qualified to tell other dogs about being
used to be a city dog, but now I live a life of leisure
in Maryland on a small farm.
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