Poppy was adopted from a Sydney pound when she was almost 1.5 years old. She was picked up as a stray, and although notified, her owners never went to collect her.
GET TO KNOW POPPY
Pops, Popstar, Poponator, Popsicle, Pop Pop
26 July 2011
American Staffordshire Terrier (We think. She’s a pound pup, so could be half alien centipede for all we know.)
The great outdoors, hunting lizards, being a big sook, swimming, running around like a mad lunatic at the local dog park, being a wonderful foster sister to the many furry friends we often take in, eating and sleeping – she was named Poppy, after the sleep inducing flower because each time we visited her in the pound we would find her snoozing. Not much has changed.
Not a Fan of
Flies, some cats, smiling (or looking mildly excited about anything), personal space, Breed Specific Legislation.
Poppy was adopted from a Sydney pound when she was almost 1.5 years old. She was picked up as a stray, and although notified, her owners never went to collect her. The vet thinks Poppy may have been used as a breeding dog. This is why you will notice her “doggie boobies” are a little more pronounced than normal.
Her Best Friend
Poppy’s best friend is Zac the Husky. He was also a pound pup but now lives the good life with a wonderful family. Zac was the first doggie friend she made after leaving the pound, and they have been best buds ever since. A doggie wedding is imminent.
Her Signature Look – “Blue Steel”
Poppy is known for always looking unimpressed with the world (rest assured she is a super happy girl). Although she doesn’t like smiling for photos, she sure does like dressing up for them.