About Bella and DiDi

I am a 10-year-old perfect specimen of black Standard Poodle. I enjoy playing catch, lovingly nibbling on my humans’ hands, cedar plank salmon and champagne.

Since I can remember, I have always been told that I am incredibly smart. My humans thought about sending me to law school but I begged them to let me dispense my endless knowledge to others instead.

Just don’t try to reach me after 9 pm because I like to get my beauty sleep.

More about Bella

Likes:

-Naps on my humans’ bed

-Being chased around the dinning room table with a toy in my mouth

-Adult dinner parties

-Nuzzling my nose in my humans’ lap

-Anything French

-Catching a ball perfectly between my beautiful teeth

-Fancy scarves and collars

Dislikes:

-Roughhousing

-Cheap Champagne

-Crying little humans

-Doing my business on sidewalks

-Disorganization

-Humans leaving my house

I am a 5-year-old black Standard Poodle or so they tell me. Personally, I think I am part Poodle and part 4 -wheel- drive vehicle. I love nature, climbing stone walls, jumping fences, whole rotisserie chickens and light beer.

Sometimes, my humans call me a clown because I collapse in all different positions looking for a cuddle.

I am a young dog so I stay up late. I love to howl at the moon so if you hear me howl back.

 More about DiDi:

Likes:

-Digging holes in the yard

-Anything having to do with eating chicken

-Disrupting Bella’s peace and order

-Taking care of little humans

-Staying up all night watching my yard

Dislikes:

-Humans leaving my house

-When Bella hogs my favorite toy which is whatever toys she has in her mouth.

-Going to school. I am yard smart!

-Being stuck in the house

-Fancy scarves and collars

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