Debra Jo Chiapuzio
to a very quite house. My husband had been working out of town and we
no children living with us.
It made it
easy to train her.
only words she heard were mine and I keep them simple and few. She was
already such an old lazy soul she picked up on everything fast.
She was very
You would hurt her feeling if you spoke loudly to her. I found this out
the hard way on day two when I said a little elevated, "No" when she
attempted to check out
the cat food. She didn't go into the kitchen for the
next two months.
So, as much
credit as I would like to take. The training and discipline she exhibits
is mainly due to
her innate nature.
was education, consistency and effort
on my part.
In my eyes my
dog has made it big time. Not because she passed any test or because she
was a little photogenic or because she like the same activities I do.
She reaches the pinnacle of achievement
everyday by simply laying
her head in my lap!
The Best Things
in Life are Free
when I am laying
on the floor.
One of my humans
will come down
to my level
and just lay with me.
the best moments, doing nothing with someone.
Hey, I thought this page was suppose to be able my
No one has even mentioned my tail
Here are a few facts about my
It is long like a
It is not thick
at the base
like a Labradors
It can move at
coffee table height
This is my tail (tale)!
This photo was taken by My Human
I am a dog with purpose and I my human had a
So together we set out to achieve a few accomplishments.
They have ranged from simple to notable in gesture.
Each task or goal share one thing in common.
I get to
be a dog!
That's a very important role.
Auto Biography, a history or account of one's life
as written or told by that person. Well, if I am going to
start writing I better do it now. I have so much to say and at the time
I wrote this paragraph I wasn't even two years old yet.
I think that is why I started this website to
it's a way to keep track of what I have accomplished
What I aspire too and who and what makes me tick.
A place to record my progress, my images, my errors
Then I started thinking, there has got to be more to it then that.
So I looked up "how" to write an autobiography
I found you should focus on three major things:
Who you are in life,
What life means to you
and what your outlook on the futures is.
This photo was taken by My Human
Who am I
That one's easy, I am me! Or how
about this one, I just am!
I know that sound really really vague but I am a canine
and we dogs have something you humans don't possess naturally
We have the ability to just be. It doesn't always have to have
a labeled on it, in fact sometimes you are better without one.
I am not busy trying to be anyone or
fit into any mold
What I do know about myself is, that I am happy
I am well taken care of, I have so many opportunities
I have support and I have family
(I also have a
bunch of toys!!!)
Couldn't help myself
means to me
Not much different from "who I am"
Unless there is a prairie dog
then life has a whole different meaning!
on the future
My outlooks are all in the
form of blessings
May I live a meaningful and happy life
May I continue to have the opportunity to give to others
May there always be new goals to reach for
May I never loose my humans
May my kisses always rule!
This autobiography and website was
capture the stories of my life and the times in which I lived,
It is a way to have my life and tales preserved
Emma Zen Chiapuzio
Enjoy the now
Enjoy the positive
and when things get out of your paws
Don't stress, it is what is
Just deal with it!
Thank you for taking the time to
read this autobiography