The Faces of the Dog Guide – Dan and Reef

January 24th, 2008 by Dan

This is Reef: She’ll be turning 7 years old in April and is a princess extrodinaire! I couldn’t ask for a better spokes-dog for Bully breeds (and *against* Breed Specific Legislation) – Reef socializes perfectly with babies, children, dogs and other animals. She does however, hate bad weather and has a variety of hooded sweatshirts and coats for those occasions. Reef is a great friend and loves to accompany me to the bar (where she is allowed in!), local restaurants (when the weather is nice), and many of the local pet supply stores. Wherever we go, she always draws attention- I don’t know if it is her dark eyes or adorable expression, but you can’t help but pet her! Reef’s favorite tricks include high-jumping on command and making an “awoo-woo” sound when you wiggle your eyebrows at her in just the right way.

Reef the American Pit Bull Terrier Reef the Pit Bull Terrier

Reef the American Pit Bull Terrier and Dan

12 Responses to “The Faces of the Dog Guide – Dan and Reef”

  1. We’re Back! | Dog Reflections Says:

    [...] were a lot of them!), watched 2 dock diving competitions and loaded up on bones and treats for Reef and Lucian. We’ll be sorting through the photos in the next few days and will be posting [...]

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    [...] of my dogs love stuffed toys, however Reef is not so kind to them. She often chews off an ear or a limb and leaves the innards spread across [...]

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    [...] just a few hours my own dog, Reef, is going to be heading to the vet. About a week ago I noticed subtle changes in her behavior that [...]

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    [...] picky about what I use to wash my dogs – especially Reef – who has very sensitive skin. A few years ago I found Buddy Wash shampoo and I have been using it [...]

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    [...] have a few treat balls to keep Reef and Lucian busy, but the Omega Paw Tricky Treat Ball has a few features that make it a favorite [...]

  6. “He Just Wants To Say Hi” - Why Walking Your Dog Off Leash Is Not Smart | Dog Reflections Says:

    [...] few weeks ago I was out walking Reef (leashed, as always) in the neighborhood, when a dog came booking down the block at full canine [...]

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    [...] admit – Reef has a jacket – she actually has 2 of them. However, she also has very little fur and shivers [...]

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    [...] find a great deal of amusement in watching Reef get settled down for the night. She has a bunch of comfy beds, but she insists on making them [...]

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    [...] morning I head off to Baltimore, MD to attend the H.H. Backer Pet Industry Spring Trade show! Reef gets to accompany me into what promises to be every dog’s wonderland! Last year there were [...]

  10. Product Review: Wacky Walk’r Leash | Dog Reflections Says:

    [...] Reef isn’t a big puller, but with a bit of encouragement we were able to “untrain” her for a bit of time and get her to misbehave! Yes, the wacky walker took a lot of the jerking feeling out the pull of a strong dog on the other end of the leash. However, it doesn’t provide control over the dog. The Wacky Walk’r stretches from 3 to 6 feet and there is very little you can physically do to prevent that from happening if your dog is not listening to a command (or is trying to eat a bone or other garbage on the sidewalk). There is a small tab of nylon on the very bottom of the leash (close to where it connects to the dog’s collar) that would be awkward to grab in an emergency situation. In fact, I’m not convinced that the Wacky Walk’r wouldn’t condition some dogs to pull more – the owner feels their dog pulling less, thus fails to respond to the dog pulling. [...]

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    [...] reaching for the cabinet, making weird little noises until he gets his treat encased pill. So when Reef was scheduled to have surgery this month for a partial tail amputation (she had chronic [...]

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    [...] Please check it out and also stop by Sarge’s blog – Elderbulls! (keep your eye open for my own Elderbull – Reef! She makes an appearance in the [...]

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