Farsi

 
 
 
 
 
Hi there!  My name is Farsi and I'm the cutest red miniature Poodle ever!

As far back as I can remember, I´ve lived with my Mommy & Daddy. I was their first doggy so they didn´t really have a clue how to raise a puppy. I had to teach them everything. And let me tell you I was quite a handful. That´s OK though because they are my first human owners too. I´m glad to report that they learned quickly and did much better with their second dog. I taught them well.

 
Early on, I trained my owners to give me treats when I did cute tricks for them.  Surprisingly, it didn't take them long to get with the program.  Next, I showed them how to rub my neck and soft belly because I know they get a lot of pleasure out of it.  I also taught them to play with me when I wanted them to.  They're such suckers!  After I was a year old, I let them sleep in bed with me at nights but only if they promised to be quiet.  Unfortunately, they took too much space and hogged the covers - typical of humans.  So I had to get a King size bed for all of us to fit comfortably.
 
Yes, I've spoiled my human owners.  My Daddy is not happy if I don't take him for a couple of walks every day.  Rain, snow, sleet, ice, heat and humidity - it doesn't matter - he has to have his walks.  In return, I leave him little presents along our walk and let him pick them up.  He does such a good job of that and I'm very proud of him.
 
Recently, I'm sensing some changes in my house.  My Mommy's belly is growing, and my owners are doing a lot of re-decorating in one particular room.  I don't know what's going on, but I'm very suspicious.  I hope they are preparing that room for me.  I'd love a nice quiet place to rest.
 
For all that my human owners do for me, I try to return the favor as much as I can.  I give them lots of love and affection, let them play with me, take them for walks, allow them to sleep in bed with me, and lick their foreheads when they're stressed.

My human owners and I Have been through a lot in the past 10 years. We´ve learned together, taveled to gether, moved a couple of times, and dealt with unexpected passing of friends and family. Through it all, our companionship has grown much stronger. As I get older, I realize that there will come a day when we will not be together anymore. Life without me will be tough on them. I hope they´ll be OK.

 
To my human owners, I want to say that I love them very much.  Keep up the good work and the belly rubs.  And for God's sakes, don't be so stingy with treats.  I can take you to the store and buy some more if we run out.
 
Kisses and licks
Farsi
 

Farsi is owned and loved by Matt and Julie Jorat

 
 
         
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