My brother-in-law had a Pekingese and a Poodle-Pomeranian mix that mated and “Buddy” was born, a one of a kind “Pek-a-Poo-Pom”. His sister looked like Benjie and she is the one we wanted but another family member was pushing for her. We saw them 2 days after they were born and I told my husband “Look at that poor little wh

ite dog, he is so homely no one will ever want him.” At the time, Buddy had very little hair and was not cute at all. But after several weeks, he grew his hair and matured and was a real cutie pie. So we took him and he turned out to be the sweetest dog we have ever had. He was to have an infected tooth removed, but the vet found he had cancer and the jaw was basically destroyed. The vet said he was too old for the intricate surgery, so we put him down at Age 16. That was one of the most sad days of my life, expecting to pick him up that evening alive. My husband was out of town and I buried him in the yard and cried solidly for days. Not a day goes by that I don’t think of him and I always will. We have three precious kitties now and love them tremendously, but Buddy will always be remembered and loved.


Marcy from GA