Our July Dogs of the Month are another cute brother/sister duo. They are unique Tibetan Terriers who love to play in the snow, go for walks and snuggle. Read all about them here!
1. What is your name, age, and where do you live?
My name is Mila. I’m a four-year old Tibetan Terrier. I live in Pine Township.
My name is Ruslan. That’s pronounced Roos-lawn. I’m a two-year-old Tibetan Terrier and live with my sister, Mila, in Pine Township.
2. What is your favorite food?
Mila: Steak, done rare on the grill. My favorite treat is cheeeeeese.
Ruslan: I love all food. Sign me up for my kibbles or any scraps of bacon, chicken, steak, hamburger, salmon … you name it.
3. What is your favorite pastime?
Mila: That’s a tie between chewing on my brother and guarding my home. True to my breed, I’m a very alert protector.
Ruslan: Getting belly rubs on the sofa.
4. What is your biggest pet peeve?
Mila: The mean German Shorthair Pointer on my street.
Ruslan: When Mila barks at other dogs when we’re on a neighborhood walk. Why can’t she be more chill, like me?
5. What is your favorite time of year?
We can both agree that it is Winter! We’ve got awesome “snowshoe” feet that make it easy to run, run, run through the snow!
6. What is your favorite vacation destination?
Mila: Any cabin in any woods.
Ruslan: I haven’t been on an official vacation yet, but hope to someday soon.
7. Where is your favorite spot to snuggle/nap?
Mila: On the sofa, on Mum’s lap.
Ruslan: Anywhere my Mum is. But how I wish Mila would snuggle me!
8. What is the naughtiest thing you have ever done?
Mila: Got my head stuck in a coffee table when I was a puppy. It earned me the dubious honor of being nominated for Nationwide’s Hambone Award. Can you believe I came in second place in this national pet insurance contest?
Ruslan: When I was a puppy, I chewed on a lamp cord and was electrocuted. It happened in my Mum’s home office where she was working at the time. She rushed me to the ER, and I had to stay overnight for observation. I’ve never seen Mum so scared or cry so hard. I’ll never do that again.