Schatzie the Carolina Dog

Posted By Dr. Kim on Aug 29, 2017 in | 0 comments


Hello and welcome to my team member page. I am the beauty AND the scavenger queen! I can sniff out and dig up anything, especially if it is rotting hehe – YUM! I LOVE to be the first one awake so I can pace the tile floors and clack my toe nails along the tile floor until both my humans are aware it is TIME to get up! King may be King, but I am his REIGNING pack leader and he defers to my Beauty Queen status. I relish my reigning status and I also like to scoot her behind along freshly shampooed carpet from time to time to ensure I have properly marked my indoor domain. I am always thrilled at grooming time every day and I never let Mom (Dr. Kim) forget it is TIME to groom us – mostly because I KNOW we are going to get a treat reward afterward. And also bepaws I very much love my Beauty Queen status. My favorite things to do are eat, go for walks, boss King around, and sleep. I am a Queen after all!

My favorite game to play, besides the barking game (I don’t howl – King and Mom compete on that. Yep, Mom is a weird animal girl hehe), is to play-nip mom into going outside for her daily sunbathing. I feel REAL important doing that and she just laughs and laughs which makes me very happy too! I “snake neck” her and slap King around with my forelegs during all of this interaction bepaws it makes me feel like I’m part of a wolf pack hehe.

As King said, Mom makes up songs for us even though she really can’t sing well at all. She created a special song just for me too of course. It is sung to the tune of “Pretty Woman” by Roy Orbison. It goes like this, “Schatzie girl, walking down the street, oh Schatzie girl, she’s pretty as can be. Oh Schatzie girl, we’re so glad you found us. Schatzie girl, smart as can be, oh Schatzie girl and how we love her so, oh Schatzie girl, we’re so glad you found us, oh Schatzie girl!” She sings another one about how pretty I am and I get VERY happy when I hear that one, woof!

To learn more about my breed (I am not a mixed breed dog but rather a Carolina Dog) so go HERE to learn more about our native American beginnings.

If you want to learn more about my and King’s story and how we came to be part of Team Aspenbloom Pet Care, check out our blog post on that here: Lost But Now Found

“But Jesus looked at them and said to them, ‘With men this is impossible, but with God all things are possible.'” ~Matthew 19:26, NKJV

Schatzie passed into the heavenly realm on January 10, 2019. She is sorely and greatly missed.

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