Cuki Snikklefritz III

Bichon Frise
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Home:Dewey, AZ  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 11 Years   Sex: Male   Weight: 11-25 lbs

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Zookella; Little Foot; Little Man, Juliet's Zoo-keo

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Quick Bio:
-purebred-dog rescue

February 16th 2006

Being Mom's snuggling lover boy and getting much affection and attention.

His deaf sister DeeDee not responding to his wake up barks.

Favorite Toy:
rawhide chews, balls, water bottles and his Galileo bone.

Favorite Food:
Holistic chicken and veggies

Favorite Walk:
Anywhere there are people to greet

Best Tricks:
Smiling. Dancing circles on his hind legs. Leaping high to get where he wants to be.

Arrival Story:
I adopted Cuki (tzoo-key) from a rescue gal in Prescott, AZ "Timmy's Friends". He was so tiny when I first saw him. He is now an 16 pound full-grown boy. He is feisty, in true fashion of the breed, very sweet and affectionate. When he first came into the house, Neksi took him on as her own pup and they continue to be absolute buddies.

This is a fun breed. Lots of grooming needs, especially with hi Pharaoh Hound sister to chase and run with in the Arizona dust. Two speeds: 100% energy and asleep. Cuki is Hungarian for "sweet one" and he sure is. He thinks he is a big dog, willing to take anything or anyone on whom he thinks is invading his space, but joyful with people and terrific with kids.

Forums Motto:

The Last Forum I Posted In:
Will your breed win?

I've Been On Dogster Since:
April 6th 2007 More than 9 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

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I'm not sure I like having another bichon in the House

LIfe in the Arizona mountains

February 16th 2014 8:50 am
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First of all, it so embarrassing that I have not posted a diary entry in FUREVER many years. I told Mom that is ridiculous. So here I am, taking over her keyboard to write an update.

We live on a ridge with the Bradshaw Mountains a paw length away. It's bootiful. 4 season, furbulous sunsets, wildlife galore (sometimes a little skerry) and clean air.

I'm 8 years young now and the "old boy" of my white-fur pack. I take the responsibility furry seriously. It's up to me teach by example; how to be sweet, how to be snuggly, how to be gentle, how to be Mom's favfurite...errrr...nope not giving that one up BOL!

Most of all, I'm blitzingly happy Daddy retired two years ago and is now a full-time Daddy for us. I think the Momma is happy about that, too. *wink*

Furever a Sweet Boy
Cuki (Zooks) Snikklefritz III


Wahoo! We are staying Prescott Valley

September 11th 2008 4:33 pm
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Mom and Dad came to a big decision. We are staying up mountain. We thought we'd be going back to Phoenix for the winter, but Daddy's doctor schedule is too irregular and we'd just be escaping up mountain anyway.

Now that there are four of us, and we have gotten into a great routine here, Mom and Dad think it is best not to keep changing our rules from one house to the other.

This makes us all blitzingly happy. Arrrrrrrooooooo...and when Daddy shows up here, we are SO HAPPY! (Except Dad likes MY leather chair.)



December 4th 2007 7:11 am
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I am now the only real Bichon in the house. Luka and I got groomed yesterday. Mom did not even recognize Luka. They had poodle clipped him and his real identity came out. He is SO much a poodle face. That 14 poodle has now surfaced. But he looks so funny--a toy poodle in a Bichon suit. His rib cage is wider than mine and they left his coat really bog and poofy.
There is a big surprise in store for the three of us. Mom and Dad purchased a little getaway house in the mountains, a mile high, in Prescott Valley, AZ. It's only 90 minutes up the "hill" and it SNOWS up there. We get to see it at the end of the month for the first time.

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