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Creative story lobito

Creative Story: Lobito

Not once is there a boring moment in my house! That's because of my dog

Lobito. Unlike other families that have a human sometimes being the clown of

their family, in my family my dog Lobito is the clown. He has got to be the

funniest dog alive. From his jealousy fits, and his way of picking fights with

the rest of the dogs to his no stop playing with his stuffed animals.

Well the best place to start would be by describing his way of fighting

with other dogs. He's straight out of one of those movies where there saying "

hold me back". No matter how big the dog is he will challenge him. This would be

great if he actually followed through with his threat but he doesn't. He has

this funny habit that when were holding him back from another dog, his bark

starts getting louder. While holding him back he tends to pull and yank hard,

and almost say "let me at him". The funny part is when we actually do let him go,

he's surprised we let him go , and gives us this look like hey hold me back!

Another thing that goes along with his fighting techniques, are his day dream

desires of being a security dog. We have this one dog named Pinto that Lobito

hates with all his heart. Being that Pinto is alot older and bigger than Lobbito

, Lobito never dares raise a bark at Pinto. But don't ever tell Pinto to go

outside the house, because as soon as Lobito hears the words "Pinto outside",

hell breaks loose. Lobito will come tearing around the corner like if he heard

Puppy Chow was going to be on sale. He starts barking and yelping right behind

Pinto with an occasional nip at his tail. At the same time while this is all

going on he tends to give us a look that says how am I doing?

Well that's not the worst part, the worst part is when it comes to his

jealousy. It could be said that Lobito has this idea that he's number one, and

he's got this idea for everything that happens to him. Due to this idea of his

we make it a point not to pet any other dog besides him while he's around, and

if we accidentally do pet another dog he makes it clear to us he's upset with us

by growling. We never let him catch us petting another dog! He'll come right up

to us, and cut in-between the dog were petting . He'll then start barking at

the other dog to leave. This is an everyday thing , and if by any chance we

don't pet him, he'll let us know he's upset with us. He'll put us on ignore

mode for the rest of the day. If this happens we don't even bother calling out

his name because he'll never come.

Another big part of his jealousy act is when someone brings a baby into the

house. He starts the biggest and loudest barking his lungs will permit. We

actually have to lock him in a room due to the fact that were scared he'll bite

the baby out of jealousy. He'll be barking and snarling at the door for as long

as he's locked in there. He's got his paw marks all over the inside of the door

from scratching so much to get out. This isn't the worst of it. It's when we

actually do let him out that is. He goes around the house sniffing everything in

site, and after that he puts everyone on ignore mode. He'll eventually gives us

permission to pet him, and kiss up to him, but not before he shows us his

feelings were hurt.

And last but not least, Lobitos world famous stuffed toy collection. This

is his pride and joy. He has about ten stuffed toys scattered around the house.

In the front and back yard, under beds and even in the bathroom. Each one

slobbered to perfection! This is where our trick to make him happy comes in. If

we really want Lobito to like us, we just add a piece to his collection. He

tends to play with his new animals for days, and carries them around in his

mouth everywhere he goes. He shows off his his new toy by taking it to us so we

can play with him. He has this thing of playing fetch with his stuffed animals,

except it's not a good idea of playing in the house. He tends not to see objects

in his way while fetching his stuffed animals at lighting speed. People are not

considered an obstacle for Lobito if he's after his toys, he'll just run over

us! He even cares less about tables or lamps.

So with the examples I've stated Lobito in more than one way could be

considered the clown of the family. From his Comedy style of fighting with other

dogs by acting out the one liner hold me back, to his fits of jealousy when a

baby comes around, or his world famous stuffed toy collection. But to me and my

family he is considered much more than just a clown ,he is considered part of

the family. Lobito

Not once is there a boring moment in my house! That's because of my dog

Lobito. Unlike other families that have a human sometimes being the clown of

their family, in my family my dog Lobito is the clown. He has got to be the

funniest dog alive. From his jealousy fits, and his way of picking fights with

the rest of the dogs to his no stop playing with his stuffed animals.

Well the best place to start would be by describing his way of fighting

with other dogs. He's straight out of one of those movies where there saying "

hold me back". No matter how big the dog is he will challenge him. This would be

great if he actually followed through with his threat but he doesn't. He has

this funny habit that when were holding him back from another dog, his bark

starts getting louder. While holding him back he tends to pull and yank hard,

and almost say "let me at him". The funny part is when we actually do let him go,

he's surprised we let him go , and gives us this look like hey hold me back!

Another thing that goes along with his fighting techniques, are his day dream

desires of being a security dog. We have this one dog named Pinto that Lobito

hates with all his heart. Being that Pinto is alot older and bigger than Lobbito

, Lobito never dares raise a bark at Pinto. But don't ever tell Pinto to go

outside the house, because as soon as Lobito hears the words "Pinto outside",

hell breaks loose. Lobito will come tearing around the corner like if he heard

Puppy Chow was going to be on sale. He starts barking and yelping right behind

Pinto with an occasional nip at his tail. At the same time while this is all

going on he tends to give us a look that says how am I doing?

Well that's not the worst part, the worst part is when it comes to his

jealousy. It could be said that Lobito has this idea that he's number one, and

he's got this idea for everything that happens to him. Due to this idea of his

we make it a point not to pet any other dog besides him while he's around, and

if we accidentally do pet another dog he makes it clear to us he's upset with us

by growling. We never let him catch us petting another dog! He'll come right up

to us, and cut in-between the dog were petting . He'll then start barking at

the other dog to leave. This is an everyday thing , and if by any chance we

don't pet him, he'll let us know he's upset with us. He'll put us on ignore

mode for the rest of the day. If this happens we don't even bother calling out

his name because he'll never come.

Another big part of his jealousy act is when someone brings a baby into the

house. He starts the biggest and loudest barking his lungs will permit. We

actually have to lock him in a room due to the fact that were scared he'll bite

the baby out of jealousy. He'll be barking and snarling at the door for as long

as he's locked in there. He's got his paw marks all over the inside of the door

from scratching so much to get out. This isn't the worst of it. It's when we

actually do let him out that is. He goes around the house sniffing everything in

site, and after that he puts everyone on ignore mode. He'll eventually gives us

permission to pet him, and kiss up to him, but not before he shows us his

feelings were hurt.

And last but not least, Lobitos world famous stuffed toy collection. This

is his pride and joy. He has about ten stuffed toys scattered around the house.

In the front and back yard, under beds and even in the bathroom. Each one

slobbered to perfection! This is where our trick to make him happy comes in. If

we really want Lobito to like us, we just add a piece to his collection. He

tends to play with his new animals for days, and carries them around in his

mouth everywhere he goes. He shows off his his new toy by taking it to us so we

can play with him. He has this thing of playing fetch with his stuffed animals,

except it's not a good idea of playing in the house. He tends not to see objects

in his way while fetching his stuffed animals at lighting speed. People are not

considered an obstacle for Lobito if he's after his toys, he'll just run over

us! He even cares less about tables or lamps.

So with the examples I've stated Lobito in more than one way could be

considered the clown of the family. From his Comedy style of fighting with other

dogs by acting out the one liner hold me back, to his fits of jealousy when a

baby comes around, or his world famous stuffed toy collection. But to me and my

family he is considered much more than just a clown ,he is considered part of

the family.



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