Oh Bella! Where do I begin to paint the picture of this precious, little pooch. This 3-year-old Shih-Tzu-poodle mix is very active and loves to play.
Her mom, Alicia, says she gets into everything. Nothing is off limits to Bella. Her claim to fame is getting tissues out of the garbage and running around the house ripping them up. Leaving a clear trail of mess for her mommy to clean up. Don't let the cute face fool you. Bella knows how to redecorate a room in 30 seconds flat.
When she's not playing with tissue, Bella loves toys that squeak, and squeak and squeak. The louder the toy, the more Bella likes it and you will know it. Sounds like some humans I know.(smile)
If you were to tell Bella that she is a canine and not a member of the human species, she would probably bark at you in disagreement. That's because this little girl thinks she is human. If it's raining outside don't even think about Bella going to potty in inclement weather. It's not going to happen. Instead, she creates a "Bella puddle" in the house and then hides under the couch. It drives her mom Alicia crazy, but one look at that cute face and it's all good. Bella knows this and she plays the cute card all the time.
Another thing I find interesting about this dog is that she has political aspirations. Alicia believes her peppy pooch wants to be the mayor of Mayfield Village.That's because everyday Bella sits on the couch by the window watching everyone that walks by and barks at them. She wants her neighbors to know they're being watched. You may want to change your strategy before election time Bella. Residents may think you're all bark and no action.
Bella's daddy is a big Harley Davidson fan so of course Bella must show her love of motorcycles through her clothes. She's Miss Fashion times 10! But don't bring her any black leather jackets.. pink only please.
Bella is quite the spoiled pooch. At the end of the day her nightly ritual is to dig on the bed, roll around on the covers and lay on her back for a belly rub.
All I can say is, oh Bella!
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