Post 758: The Keesh of Death

Yes! A Pet Week Extraordinaire and other E words is wrapping up! Hope you had fun, animal lovers!

Keeshound

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One year old very timid keeshound.her name is Nikita she super shy but once she gets to know you she will love you to death. I unfortunately have to rehome her because my husband and I just don’t have the time to give her that she needs. we will be asking a adoption fee of $600 to make sure she goes to a good home

Little Nikita is going to a good home, as opposed to the one she is in. I notice Sparky doesn’t mention any possible AKC papers, so maybe the dog isn’t pure bread. Looks a little pretzely to me. Hence the keeshound instead of keeshond. I’m just not sure I want a dog with a death option. Couldn’t find the safety under all that fur. Hope this pup has found a better life without Sparkys.

5 thoughts on “Post 758: The Keesh of Death

  1. Hmm, KEES is an AM radio station in Gladewater, Texas. They appear to have no canine ties. (As a gospel station, they probably associate hounds with Cerebus, rather than fluffballs.)

    Kees is a family name, too; but none are reporting a missing dog.

    Kee is also a family name (see also Key, Cay, and Cee), but do not appear to have been naturists or zoologists likely to have naned a dog breed.

    All of which suggests the dig wrote the ad, as Sparke & Sparkette Kee are near moribund from being lubbed on, and can no longer reach the bag of treets

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  2. Matt/Corey (I can never remember which is which)/ As the faithful servant to a Not a Ninja (aka a Keeshond) I am guessing that if Spark & Sparkette work full time their little bundle of joy has probably put in a lot of destruction of their home. They are mischievous little pups with a tendency toward separation anxiety. At a year old she is probably coming to the end of the bad behavior and settling in to be a wonderful, happy playful family dog that is going to make someone other than the Sparks very happy. /end Cory/Matt

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