Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Guess Who? then guess what

 You haven’t heard from me in a while. That is a good thing, though, coz I usually only write Mom’s blog for her when she has a headache. She is very sad coz she has had this headache for two days and it really bugs her. She says she has too many things to do and that she doesn’t have time to lay around waiting for her headache to go away.

I think she just needs to spend all day cuddling on the couch with me when she has a headache and that would make it go away sooner.

Anyway, now that I have the computer, I wonder if you would like to help us out. Everyone always asks what breed I am, to which Mom answers, “Mutt”, and I am totally ok with that, but we do just wonder sometimes what my real mom and dad might have been.

I know you have seen lots of pictures of me, but here are some more. Also they say I weigh about 60 pounds and I come up just past Mom’s knee.
If you want to take a guess at which champions’ blood I have running through me, let us know. It would make Mom very happy.
  
 What else do you need to know about me which might help you out? 
 I love to run.
 And I love to swim.
I even love being in a pontoon boat just looking at the water. 
 I love my cats. 
But mostly I think they love me more. 
But what I love the most is my whole family!

4 comments:

Pam Johnson said...

I'd say some kind of Husky/Hound mix. I don't care what kind of dog my pit bull is either, since pit bull is not a breed, I'd say she's an American bulldog or Boxer mix. It really doesn't matter, they are our dogs and we love them no matter what they are. (if I ever win the lottery maybe I'll have her DNA tested, just for fun)

Elizabeth Olmstead McBride said...

You adoptees are all the same, wanting to know who your real Mom and Dad are! Who is it that keeps you fed, doesn't make you sleep outside like other dogs? Who takes you to the vet when you are sick? Are they not your real parents?

(Just kidding).

Chris Loehmer Kincaid said...

When we got him at the shelter, they said he was an Australian shepherd mix. Maybe just a little bit. I agree he has some hound in him, some kind of sight hound because he can spot anything. I've thought about DNA testing, but that would be a waste of money, coz it doesn't really matter in the long run. He knows who his real Mom and Dad are.

Elizabeth Olmstead McBride said...

Go for the DNA testing. It's interesting. My niece had her dog done, I can't remember the results but one of the breeds surprised her.You'll always be Mom and Dad.