Meet My Poodle: Bella Who Lives In Rhode Island
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Meet My Poodle: Bella Who Lives In Rhode Island

Bella is the best dog ever. She loves going to the beach to soak up the sun and let her curly hair blow in the wind!

Meet My Poodle: Bella Who Lives In Rhode Island

About Bella:

  • Age: 16
  • Weight: 8 lbs
  • Where they were born: Tiverton, Rhode Island
  • Favorite food: Beggin strips
  • Current location: Rhode Island
  • Nicknames: Bellie
  • Best friend: Sassy, her Jack Russel terrier cousin
  • Favorite toy: Her stuffed animal!

5 Random Facts About Bella:

1. Bella loves sitting in front of fans to feel the breeze on her face!

2. Bella loves to try and sneak sips of our coffee in the morning if we leave our mugs unattended!

3. When Bella can't find us she goes to her food bowl and hits the metal bowl to get our attention!

4. Bella loves to pose for selfies!

5. Whenever I pack to go back to school, Bella always sits in the bags I am packing!

3 Places They Love To Go With Their Human:

1. Bella loves to go to the beach and dig in the sand, but she will never go in the water!

2. Bella's favorite thing to do is go on rides and stick her head out the window to feel the breeze.

3. Bella loves to go visit her friend, Sassy, they love to run around the yard together!

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