After our beloved Duke passed away on Christmas Eve, one of the amazing salon owners whom I worked with knew how heartbroken my husband and I were. She told us about a lady whose dog had just had a litter of pups. Intrigued, I called and she had runt that no one wanted because he was sick. We thought this was a sign, and it was absolutely perfect for us to be his forever home and welcome him
into our lives.
My favorite thing about Max:
We have two other dogs and for a three-pounder who is the youngest by three years, he’s still the Alpha and rules the roost. He also plays amazingly well with our 18-month-old son and has more personality than five dogs put together.
He can shoehorn his way in and out of doggy gates, Houdini out of any clothes you put on him and can hear a UPS truck coming from five miles away.
To sum up Max in one word:
For such a small dog, he’s definitely full of personality. Patrick and I laugh and joke that if Max had a human voice, he would sound like Arnold Schwarzenegger because he’s definitely the pack leader. When he shakes or sneezes, he does it with so much might that he falls over and it’s the most comical thing. And who knew dogs sneezed?
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