Fielder is our perfectly priveleged (read: spoiled rotten) pup. I fell in love with him as a 2.5 pound fluff ball at an animal rescue site. It was puppy love at first sight and I knew the moment I saw him I HAD to take him home with me. I didn’t bother calling my then boyfriend (now husband), our roommate, or the landlord of our “no dogs allowed” townhome. Yup, I just brought him home with me and dealt with all of the not-so-great consequences we we got there. Long story short, neither my boyfriend or landlord were happy, but we made it work! He’s a Maltese-Spitz mix that enjoys just about anything other than being left alone. He’s a total “people person” who enjoys the company of humans MUCH more than that of other doggies. He also loves Pupperoni treats, ice cream, and snuggling.

The day I brought him home. 03.15.08


All grown up!





12 thoughts on “Fielder

  1. thedishbytrish says:

    Thanks! He seriously breaks my heart with his adorable personality and looks each every day. The hubby and I have agreed that we’ll always go for rescued pups in the future. They tend to have the sweetest dispositions!

  2. Michelle says:

    Ahh, he is so cute! Love his story :-) I didn’t let my apartment know about my dog at first either, but then I got scared that they would find out and fine me, so I ended up telling them.

    • thedishbytrish says:

      I too, told my landlord even though I didn’t meet her one time in the entire 3 years we lived at that place. She was pretty upset when I told her but rather than kicking us out, she required us to sign another year lease as a “committment” to them?! All I know is I would’ve gone without a home if that meant keeping my dog. :)

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