Do you remember being innocent, young, and carefree and blowing bubbles thru a straw into your milk and getting yelled at by your mom which even made you laugh harder? 5-month-old Paco is that fountain of fun that will reignite that wonderous feeling within yourself. The smiles he brings to your face will come from your heart. His bark park squeaky of choice just had to be Woody Woodpecker, who he carried about with great ceremony and respect. The photographer was wondering if Paco was a water dog, so he tossed the toy into the doggy wading pool and waited for the response. Perhaps Paco isn’t a water loving dog, but he leaned as far as possible over the pool with a deeply worried look on his face as Woody lay floating motionless on the surface. Then, without thought to his own safety, Paco reached out and with great courage and intent, managed to gently grasp Woody’s beak and successfully apply mouth to beak resuscitation to the thankful bird. It was no easy feat to perform this life-saving procedure on a buoyant creature who was bobbing on top of the water. This is the real character of this pup. Paco keeps his focus nicely centered on his human unless there is a life to be saved or a need to check out a perceived threat lurking behind the park fence. He “hound talked” to the menace with an amazingly unique and endearing call. He then turned with a “I’ve got this one under control” smile as he meritoriously warded off the black dog caricature. Paco is a playfully inspired entertainer. This is one cool canine.
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