Looking Back on 2010 – Laney

I considered not doing a 2010 post about Laney, since she is still with me, however, she was part of the 2010 foster parade, so here goes. Tori Laney arrived with Corbin.  She was 3.3 lbs and had short stubby little legs and a short stubby little tail, and a round sausage-y belly.

laney.

Seriously, how has she not been adopted yet?

Two words: Wild Child

This little girl has attitude. She has energy. She wants adventure and to play with the big boys. She can walk a mile in weather than some grown dogs turn around and walk back inside from. She might be small, but she is no prissy sensitive little purse dog. She went on a date to a possible home to meet the resident Rhodesian Ridgeback, a dog breed used for hunting lions. Laney was too much of a PITA for the lion hunter to deal with. “Hi! Hi! We should be friends! Let me chew on your face! Let me bite at your foot! Let me grab your tail! Hi! Let’s go eat a lion! I get the ears!”

So, Corbin got a home, and Laney stayed with us. She was lonely when Corbin left, but before the end of 2010, Bear came to stay with us. Laney loves Bear.

I have tons more to say about her, but that would not be 2010 stuff.

Here is her petfinder listing.

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  1. #1 by Stacy on January 27, 2011 - 9:12 PM

    I had a friend with a Rhodesian Ridgeback… that was afraid of their ferret. Apparently they don’t do well with small, fast prey. They prefer the big stuff.

    • #2 by mstori on January 27, 2011 - 11:15 PM

      I think Laney could give a ferret a run for their money. I don’t know anybody nearby with a ferret in order to test that out. Another internet video opportunity down the drain.

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