Tellie Marie

My boyfriend and I got Tellie when she was 4 months old from a shleter in Minnesota 4 hours away from Cedar Rapids. When we got her home her favorite thing to do was to lay infront of the T.V. to watch what we were watching. Thats how she got her name Tellie. She was potty trained by the time she was 6 months and has always been a quick learner. She is a very funny girl and loves to play outside (rain or shine), she goes through her toys within a month because she rips the stuffing out of them. When Tellie gets a bone that would usually take other dogs a week to eat through, it takes Tellie a day or two and it will be gone! Don't let her size fool you, she is a very strong girl but at that a very sweet and lovable girl to be around.

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hill318matt says ... on Thursday, Aug 6 at 9:23 PM

I forgot to say that Tellie is 1/3 Black Lab, 1/3 Chow and 1/3 dachshund. Her mother was 1/2 Black Lab and 1/2 dachshund and her father was a purebred Chow.

isaac meyerholz says ... on Saturday, Aug 1 at 7:16 AM

go doggie

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