I love Fridays, because that’s when a new Players’ Pets is posted! Thank you for sharing your wonderful pets with us. I know it’s a highlight of my week, and I hope you enjoy it too!
Remember, when I post your pet pictures and story, you’ll get 1,000 Oodles! You can send them to GSNAngel@gsn.com. Please include your user name and a few words about your pet too. Even if you don’t currently have a pet, but would like to share a picture of a treasured pet from the past, or a pet in your family, please feel free to share.
This week we’re featuring pets from cclynn, Quinnc123, and ppiperd. Click on the pet pictures to make them larger for viewing!
If you missed previous posts, click to view the three most recent Player’s Pet posts:
cclynn - So this is my best friend Saint-C short for Saint Christopher Culp. He’s 1 1/2 years old. We have had him since he was a baby. His breed is a Cane Corso. He’s a Italian mastiff. Saint-C’s huge,dark brindle, he weighs 120lbs. right now. Here is a little about his background……………
Noble, majestic, and powerful in presence, the Cane Corso is a muscular and large-boned breed. One of two native Italian “mastiff type” dogs that descended from the Roman canis Pugnaces, the breed’s name derives from the Latin “Cohors” which means “Guardian” and “Protector.”
The breed’s coat is short but not smooth (like the coat of a cow), very coarse and thick in order to be perfectly waterproof. It can be black, gray, fawn or red, with brindle variations and a black or gray mask also acceptable.
My Saint-C is everything this article states & MUCH MUCH MORE! I L<3VE MY BABY BOY!
Quinnc123 - This is my dog Tobey. I’ve had him 8 months now, and he’s very adventurous. He enjoys game shows such as Wheel of Fortune, and enjoys hip hop music and EDM music. His favorite song is Avicii’s “Wake Me Up.”
ppiperd – Pachez is a 1 and 1/2 half year old long haired mini Dachshund, 11 lbs. Coloring is called Dapple. Pachez thinks she would be a perfect “project run way model,” as do we. She is very proud of her “custom/tailored made” coat and walks the neighborhood with an attitude. She is a great source of laughter for her “senior citizen” pet parents and entertains us 24/7 with the silly, mischievous antics she does, as well as the love she displays by licking us and cuddling.
The second picture shows one of the silly things she does. She climbs upon the buffet, walks on the glass, to check out the oranges her Pet “Mommy” just bought. She has the shortest little legs, but her agility is amazing. She hops from the back of the couch onto the buffet without ever losing her balance. Sometimes we find her sleeping on the buffet, and if the basket is empty, she sleeps in it.