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Ginger The Dog Who Attacks Trees !

Updated on February 7, 2013
Here she is !
Here she is !

Best Of The Breed !

This story is about Ginger,the Dog Who Attacks Trees; as well as about the Pomeranian breed.

Ginger was born early in 2003 and her now mother found her at a local pet store, and as you can tell by the photos it was love at first sight ( of course ) for both of them. As Ginger grew older she had a way of getting what she wants from her mother, generally by looking and acting very cute. With an outstanding temperament, and a keen sense of the human activity around her, Ginger is an all around excellent companion for her mother...

One thing Ginger does, and I’ve never seen another dog ever do this, she attacks “her” tree in the backyard. It’s all part of her wonderful personality - please enjoy the video link;

The Pomeranian dog breed gets the name from the Pomerania region of Europe. They are a toy breed due to their size and is currently among the top 15 most popular in the USA, and the current fashion for small dogs has increased their popularity worldwide. Pomeranian's are typically a very friendly and lively breed of dog. Having a true love of their owners, they enjoy human companionship. It’s interesting that they form a bond quickly with their owners, and can actually suffer from separation anxiety if not trained to spend time alone.

The breed is alert and aware of changes in their home surroundings and can bark excessively in some situations. Pomeranian's are super intelligent dogs, respond well to training, and can be very successful in getting what they want from their owners. You’ll consider them an excellent companion dog or lap dog

These days Ginger spends her day in total comfort, with her side kick dog friend min Pincher Teeny, and her younger sister Kohi. When not at home she may be on the road with her Mom going to McDonald’s for a snack or at times going to the local Farmers Market to be carried around and admired by everyone. It’s a dog’s life for Ginger, and she brings JOY to everyone she’s with.

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    • DeborahNeyens profile image

      Deborah Neyens 

      6 years ago from Iowa

      Cute dog. The quirky little habits our pets pick up can be so funny. We live near an airport, so some planes fly fairly low over our house as they come in for a landing. My dog used to bark and jump up at them, like she wanted to pull them out of the sky. I don't know what she thought she'd do with it if she got it down.

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      Mary Craig 

      6 years ago from New York

      Who could resist a face like Ginger's? Nice hub and video. Of course being a Min Pin owner I immediately noticed your Min Pin. Light reading I really enjoyed.

    • chspublish profile image

      chspublish 

      6 years ago from Ireland

      Great little dog and definitely adorable. Who could resist her, not even the tree!

    • Pamela Kinnaird W profile image

      Pamela Kinnaird W 

      6 years ago from Maui and Arizona

      This was so fun to read. I enjoyed the video, too. When the video was finished, it showed titles for other videos of yours and I hope the one about a savage dog attack on Ginger was not really what it sounds like. I don't have the courage to watch it. I hope it was just a play on words or something.

      Thanks for sharing your love for Ginger in this hub.

    • BEAUTYBABE profile image

      BEAUTYBABE 

      6 years ago from QUEENSLAND AUSTRALIA.

      I totally loved your hub and also the video of Ginger attacking the tree.

      From the look of it she may have seen something up there or chased something up there one and still thinks it may be still therel

      We had two silkies Bobbie and Suzie. They are gone now but now we have Toby, who is also a silkie. He is only thirteen months old but he is a lovely, happy little dog.

      He is a great companion for me when Richard is out somewhere and I am on my own.

      He is very well behaved most of the time, however he does have a bark every little once and a while. He is good with children and is not too bad with his toilet training. He does have the occasional little accidents.

      I think that when we lost Bob and Suzie we both missed having them around. We originally had not decided to get another dog, but we are so glad we did now because we just couldn't live without him.

      Well done Leigh. Pamx

    • Woody Marx profile image

      Woody Marx 

      6 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      Now there is a doggie with a sense of humor! I bet she does it just to get you laughing.

    • Amy Becherer profile image

      Amy Becherer 

      6 years ago from St. Louis, MO

      I can tell from Ginger's extensive centerfold shots, she is quite the adored, little princess. I have a Scottish Terrier, who also has his own distinctive personality. He's quite a handsome dude, although rotund. In fact, my lower back is recovering from a sprain as he cannot navigate the stairs at the apartment. He is a wonderful companion and I would be very lonely without his excellent company. Dogs rule! Your article is very well-written on a very appealing topic.

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      frogyfish 

      6 years ago from Central United States of America

      Ginger is a cutie, probably spoiled rotten as she should be! I had a Ginger lab who was the best ever...and don't we all say that! She really acts feisty in that video...then seems to ask, shall I do it again?

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      Peggy Woods 

      6 years ago from Houston, Texas

      Funny video of Ginger attacking the tree. I'll bet that there was a squirrel up there at one time to start that process? We have my mother's dog Skippy who is also a Pomeranian and he looks quite a bit like Ginger in color. Skippy also has his own hub with photos although no video. Yes...they can bark, can't they! Ha! Cute hub.

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