Monday, July 28, 2008

The Tale of Eddie Dilbo

Eddie Dilbo is a male 16 months old Beagle I recently adopted, lost and found.
His previous owner put him up for adoption because her children were too young and Eddie could get too excited and hurt the children by jumping on them. Eddie was actually bought from a breeder who tried to use him for breeding purposes but given up. Was kept by the owner for a month until I came along and ... (you know the story).

I received a called last week, the caller told me that Eddie is alright and is being kept by her friend, apprently Eddie was at ther place at the day he gone missing and the next day the friend brought Eddie back to her home at Bangsar where he's well taken care of.

Eddie is still quite a menace, he bites and eats just about anything, he even pulled down a metal bar from the sliding door grill at the office and destroyed the art area. I'm still training it so hopefully I will be able to bring him for a trekking trip sometime in September or October.

Eddie taking a nap while I work

6 comments:

chelsina said...

with patience and care, i think u will be able to train eddie into an obedient dog :) Beagles are very intelligent dogs with great sense of smell.. i have one too at home.. my mum's.. but mum didnt train her (the beagle).. so ended up, like u said, a menace.. all the best to u :)

Linus Linnaeus said...

here's a comment from the usa...

please save my house from the menace...and he didn't pull down one...he broke two bars..

Linus

aurelius said...

eddie is still better than footstool... He is a cute dog...
Hope footstool grow up to be more intelligent, but sometimes I cannot blame it on the dog itself when the owner is like that... :D

rafiqos said...

There's just something not right about the name. Reflects a lot on your perverse nature. Poor dog.

HuonHengChai said...

I have nothing to do with naming the dog, i only use the name used by the previous owner.

Linus Linnaeus said...

check out...i bloged about a dog too!

linus
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