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Which Disney Dog is Your Hoo-man?

Mom took the Disney Dog quiz, and this is the results she got.  We think it fits her well - she is after all a mother to four hoo-man children, seven canine children, and those three bloomin' cats! 

 

Which Disney Dog Are You?




You're Two-of-a-Kind with Perdita
 
Like the nurturing mom to 99 Dalmatians, your heart is so big, there's practically a welcome sign on it. Before you were even a mom, you were maternal and you still firmly believe that many a boo-boo can be cured with a hug and a kiss (and, okay, some antiseptic.) Resourceful and creative, you're quite the problem-solver, just like Perdita, who easily transitioned from raising 15 pups to taking on 99! Most impressively, you manage your heavy load with grace and beauty. You'd inspire lots of envy from others if you weren't so very fetching. Visit the It's a Dog's Life section for more pooch-lovin' fun.   (After you leave us a comment, of course!)


Tomorrow is AKC's Responsible Dog Owner Day in Jackson.  We're looking forward to meeting a bunch of new folks and some other d-o-g's too!!

AROOOOOF!
Boondocks and The Love Shack Pack

Comments

  1. Wow, that's a great description for your mom - and we bet it is very accurate.

    Have lots of fun at that event and enjoy the weekend.

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

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  2. So lucky that you have a mom as sweet as Perdita!

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  3. I hope you're having a great time today!!

    Happy Saturday woofs & hugs!

    ~Bailey (Yep, I'm a girl!)

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  4. This description is well said and so perfect!!!

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  5. I'm back, I just took the quiz and it said I'm 'the Tramp!' hahahahahahaha!! :-)))

    Here's what it says:
    "If anyone knows how to seize the day, it's you. You love all the good stuff -- food, drink, a little trouble-making, a little amour -- and you love sharing your passion with the world. It goes without saying that few can resist your rakish charms. And why would they? Having someone like you in their lives makes others feel more adventurous by default. You're brimming with confidence, wit, and style to boot. Much as you're probably enjoying these accolades, it's probable that your wanderlust is already urging you elsewhere. So, go ahead and carpe diem!"

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  6. Sounds like you have a great mom. Have fun at that cool event.

    Nubbin wiggles,
    Oskar

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  7. Hoomie Melissa just tried out the quiz & she too is the Tramp! What the quiz described about her is so true. HEE HEE

    Have fun at the event!

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