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Gallery - Ruben
Blowing into a broken toy squeaker starts a houndy howl.
Ruben NEEDS a job. He likes to do and think and work. He does NOT like to be lazy.
Ruben’s hound breed nose got him into a lot of trouble so we regularly practice self control.
That hound nose at work!
“Cups” is one of Ruben’s very favorite games. He will “wait” while we stack them and then he can “godzilla!” our towers. He can’t grasp the cups so they shoot out of his mouth when he tries. He gets a very fun game of chase out of this!
Puppy cuteness! This is Ruben, about 12 weeks old, the first week he was ours.
When we met Ruben, he was a calm and happy little dude. He was 90% tail wag and 10% snuggles. He kept going from me to my husband to our nephew to crawl into our laps. He couldn’t decide who to snuggle! We were waiting to meet with the adoption counselor on the other side of the glass in the video. It warms my heart watching how he noticed us and then ran over to sit close to us.
Just about the cutest video you’ll ever watch.
Playing with the in-laws dog.
Ruben likes to pick up balls, toss them, then chase them. Giggle ball (and other large balls) makes him very growly... we think perhaps a herding breed trait?
A boop gone wrong.
Ruben loves snowy days!
He was the last of his litter to be adopted from the SPCA. He desperately wanted every human and dog that walked by.
Snoozin’ in a cone of shame after his neuter.
Ruben’s first snow!
Ruben sleeps in many different shapes. We love his nakey armpits!
Look at those looooong legs!
Some paper shredding enrichment!
Flippy-floppy ears. We think our handsomest boy could be a supermodel.
This intimidating stare when we’re playing fetch. Definitely a herding breed trait!