Cast of Characters, Kilo, Studio Dog

Kilo, Studio Dog

Kilo, Studio Dog

I will try to post the cast of characters who I write about as they come to the studio.

 It is appropriate in no way to make my dog first. He was a stray who came up to me one day while I was taking out the recycling. I felt something on my leg and though, oh crap, what is it, a RAT or raccoon??? When I turned around it was this silly dog. I asked around and no one knew who he was and I learned later that he was around the plaza for four days before he came up to me.

That was 3 months ago and many vet visits. He is a boxer pitbull mix of some sort. I never wanted a pitbull but here he is. He comes to work with me every day since I can’t leaved him at home for  that long. He has a crate he stays in when clients come. He is very funny.

In this picture he is being uncharacteristically “good”.

{ 8 comments… read them below or add one }

Christine February 11, 2010 at 6:15 pm

You are a wonderful human being to take in Kilo…..he choose you over everyone else. I love having my dog in the studio with me it feels so much more alive…..especiallly when people drop by…who needs a doorbell..HA!

Camille December 1, 2008 at 9:59 am

Kilo is absolutely DARLING! We have a shepard/lab mix who was abandoned – tied to a tree with a note under her collar. She’s goofy too but the best dog you could ever have to share company with…you have a great treasure in that friend there!! Enjoy every minute of him!

Jerry Fowler November 21, 2008 at 5:59 pm

I have five dogs in the studio and they are pleasure to have except when the find the rawhide hammer.

kaytaylor November 11, 2008 at 11:52 am

Kilo is darling! I think crate-training can make a better dog. . .good boy, Kilo. We have a Norfolk Terrier that comes into my studio, expecting a cookie each time. Consequently LOVES the studio. He brings another meaning to “raised” in the studio.

SJB November 7, 2008 at 12:08 pm

Maybe you need to design canine collars inspired by Kilo. It could be a genuine expansion of the Patania legacy.

terrimay November 6, 2008 at 4:42 pm

Love your dog! It is always the best pets who choose their own masters — they love *you* more than anyone else. : )

bethwicker November 1, 2008 at 6:25 pm

I have a studio dog too – a very large German Shorthair Pointer, who thinks the best place to be is right under my feet! Your guy sounds incredibly well trained!

carrie November 1, 2008 at 7:51 am

What a handsome dog! You are lucky he chose you!

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