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Honky Tonk Dog
ThaddyBoy come in to my life, after I lost my Aussie Splatter-Patch in Oct 19 2009. He was a sick puppy and had seizures. He lost his fight at the age 2 years. We went about six months later to look at a male red merle 6 weeks old and when we got to the breeders we was all holding puppies and the one I wanted to look at was not bonding with me so I put him back in there pen and a friend was holding this very funny and happy pup and I took him and he just went silly with kisses and wiggling like a bug, my heart was just so happy.
ThaddyBoy come home with us about two weeks later and our rescue Aussie Spooky looked at us like OH! no not again. But ThaddyBoy loved Spooky, but the feeling was not the same, Spook was like his daddy and he was very good with Thad... Spook just didn't want us to see it.
Spooky has left us in Nov 19 2010. He had cancer and we didn't even know he was ill. God love him. But all we have now is ThaddyBoy a very sweet and smart Aussie that has helped heal my broken heart and so funny and I love so very much. He is a fresh breath of air, that is on the go all the time. He plays so hard, he has a Kong toy he play's with and he gets going in circles and he goes to fast I call him set and spin. He's like a cutting horse it's so funny. He get's to jumping and bucking I think he had some horse in him. LOL. ThaddyBoy is a HOOT!
Thad sees my son coming in the house and starts honking, it is so funny, and then goes in to a little scream, he is very vocal.
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