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I guess there’s a first time for everything…
Ronnie wanted to share his vacation photos, which include a couple taken right here in Franklin, Tennessee (and Florida).
Ronnie’s owner, Diana, writes:
His seat belt harness was purchased in Franklin, TN. It was very useful on the trip when the van stopped so the passengers could view and photograph alligators, raccoons, etc. It kept Ronnie from meeting those Florida critters.”
Diana got him two and half months ago from the pound. (I think he’s about 3 years old.)
He was named after the legendary Chicago Cubs third baseman, Ron Santos.
Read more about how Ronnie the Collie got his name here.
He was an outdoor dog for 3 years, but now he’s enjoying an indoor lifestyle.
He is Lassie’s body double (…so says his blog).
He’s been neutered.
His interests include: Bugging the cat, chasing Shiba Inus, Shopping, Hanging out at the dog park, Car rides, and Meeting new friends.
He also loves Tivo (…must be the bone-shaped remote control!)
His future may include being a visitation dog for retirement homes, kids in hospitals, etc.
Check out Ronnie’s blog, “I Am Not Lassie“. (It is subtitled, “A Collie Diary”)
One thing’s for sure… Ronnie’s owner, Diana, is certainly paving the way for Ronnie The Collie to have a prosperous life that’s filled with fun and adventure! This is one of the most “connected” dogs I’ve ever seen…
For example, Ronnie broke his leg not long ago, and Diana managed to get lots of people to sign Ronnie’s cast — online!
Cheers to Ronnie and Diana. Wishing you many fun-filled years together!!!
…And for more fun articles about dogs, check out my dog blog, The Fun Times Guide To Dogs!
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