Friday, 26 September 2014

Meet My Prince

No I haven't suddenly gone straight and got myself a Prince Charming....

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Prince is my dog, and he knows all the doggy tricks, sit, paw/high five, lie down, roll over, speak and plays dead when you shoot him. Although sometimes he gets a little confused and does all tricks rolled into one. I have been trying to get him to learn some new tricks but at the ripe old age of 4 I am finding it difficult and it seems he doesn't have the concentration span to learn anything new. Any tips wouldn't go a miss?

He is a Staffordshire Bull Terrier, and no, he's not vicious, far from it. My late Yorkshire Terrier  was more vicious than Prince, but I put that down to little dog syndrome more then anything.This said, I don't believe in bad dogs, just bad owners. A dog acts the way in which it is taught. I watched a programme a few weeks ago called Vicious Dog Owners and Proud, it made my blood boil as its these irresponsible idiots what are going to end up Staffies on the banned dog list too.

He loves playing with other dogs, just a shame he plays like a rugby player with dogs which are more suitable for Ballet!  He is pretty much me as a dog really.

He is so adorable, I actually can't Imagine my life without him now. He does the funniest things, he fart and snores like any bloke, he howls in his sleep, looks at me on my early morning get ups as if to say 10 more minutes, and even when I have done the morning routine and I am making my way to work he will take his self back to the of nod and just wants to play all the time.

I should of called him Shadow really as he follows me absolutely everywhere, even up to the bathroom, that is until he realises what room I am going to and runs away thinking he is getting a bath. Such a Mucky Pup!