Razz really had no idea she was a dog. When she would strain on the leash to get away from another dog, I would explain that she thought she was a little girl -- if not a princess. Razz might have been cautious with other dogs, but she loved people – especially children. Razz was always in the middle of the action with our boys growing up – chasing them down the sledding hill, running after a ball they threw, jumping in the creek as they looked for critters, making big laps in the yard when they got home from school or practice – and then when our boys got older, she turned her attention to other children in the neighborhood. The kids knew where her treats were and would have her do her tricks to earn them. Their favorite being to balance a treat on her nose and then scream “ok” so she could snap it up. We will all miss her sweet soul.
We were so blessed to have her as part of our family for the last 13 years.