Meet Sabbatha

Sabby has many different barks to tell her humans what she wants!

Sabbatha

Your name:   David Repyneck

Job title/department:   Success Navigator

What kind of pet do you have (dog, cat, bird, etc)?   Labrador Retriever (Dog)

What is your pet’s name?   Sabbatha

How did you come up with this name?  After my favorite band Black Sabbath

How old is your pet?   6

What is your pet’s gender?   Female

Describe your pet in three words:  Loyal,  Fun,  Crazy

What is the thing your pet cannot live without?   Cooper, our other Lab

Can your pet do tricks? If so, what?   Yes, she likes to sit on a chair like a human and when she is in the truck, she puts her paw on the elbow rest like a human.

What is the best trick your pet has taught you?   Her different barks. The feed me bark. The let me in out of the cold bark. The let me out bark. The someone is here bark. The cat is at it again bark. The deer are in the back yard bark.

Do you have a nickname for your pet? Sabby

You know your pet is in a good mood when he/she does this:    Lies flat on her back with her paws in the air

Your pet’s favorite spot to hangout is:   Sabby Sofa. A sofa just for her

Favorite toy:   Socks, she take them out of the hamper

One habit you would love to change:   Waking me up at 4 am to go outside

Does your pet prefer to play with people, or other animals?    Both

Does your pet like children?   Yes

If you could ask your pet one question and they’d be able to answer it, what would it be?    What can I do to be a better pet owner?

Can your pet read your emotions?    Absolutely!

Funniest moment you’ve had with your pet:   When she was laying under the coffee table and the cat kicked her out so she could lie under the coffee table. Sabby ran with her tail between her legs

What is the most rewarding aspect of owning your pet?   Going out in the woods or to the lake and spending time outdoors with my dog.

Additional Comments:   Sabby likes to hunt Pheasants and she loves to swim in the pool, creeks, and rivers. She likes to help dig in the garden and she goes with me wherever I go.