Well, it appears there is more competition out there in tinsel town now. Her name is Josie, and she is my 12-week old little beagle sister. I'll have to admit that she is quite adorable. She loves to play with toys! That's good for me, because she can tire me out in no time. She still has those baby teeth, and let me tell you, they are sharp! She nipped me in the left butt cheek and I didn't think I would be able to sit down for a week. Just gotta be quick on my feet.
I've made several YouTube video with Josie. My sister, Jill, has been acting in the movies too. Check them out on our YouTube Channel for some good laughs. In all, we have over 60 videos currently on YouTube.
It helps to be handsome and photogenic like me, but even if your pet isn't, that's okay. Because Kiana Fecteau, an up and coming artist from Stevensville, Montana, will paint your pet's portrait and make it look so lifelike.
I know, because she did mine. Oh, my gosh, what a fantastic job she did! When I hold the painting up in the mirror, I can't tell which one is me and which one is the portrait. Kiana is one awesome artist, who will capture the likeness of your pet just like she did with me.
Contact Kiana today and have her create a portrait of your pet that will warm your home and heart forever.
Jill, the petite, sweet little sister of Jack the Bitterroot Beagle, hates puppets. All you have to do is put the puppet on your hand and say, "Hello, it's me", and Jill will come running and fiercely attack the puppet. As you will notice in the video, the puppet doesn't have quite enough padding, and her teeth frequently penetrate my hand. She gets in so much of a frenzy that she doesn't respond to my crying and pleas to let go. It's painful, but it's also fun and Jill enjoys it immensely.