Male • 2 year 5 Months • Experiment Pack Member • Interaction: Honey BadKarma!
The smell of smoke clung to the dark pelt of a young male that trailed behind a few other dogs. His ears were perked up and flicked at every sound as he continued to walk. His muscles ached and his paws felt like they had been burned, but he kept pushing through. The sent of smoke was strong on each of the dogs and paw print indentations were being left in the soot. Pixar let out a sigh of relief when he heard Maxwell’s voice telling them to get comfortable. They could finally stop. Fires were always a problem and forced them to move from home to home. ’When will this all be over,’ he thought to himself as he looked at each pack member. His eyes fell on a young pup as she came towards the other dogs after chasing a small creature.
A smirk formed on his muzzle as he padded over to the youngster, ”I am sure you will get it next time.” His tone made it seem like a tease when he spoke to the cream colored pup. The large male looked the small pup over for a moment before making a quick glance over to Ensio when he announced that they should keep moving to find water. Pixar’s attention returned to Honey as he tilted his head slightly. ”Would you like to race to the river,” the male said in a playful tone. He was always playful around the pups of the pack and he knew they needed a way to get all their energy out. The Doberman also needed something to get his mind off the fires that pushed them away from their home.
Female • 8 Months • City Dog Youth • Interaction: Open
A stinging sensation shot through the young body of a golden colored dog. The wound was caked with dried blood as she continued to move away from the fire and smoke. There was no time to stop and clean the wound now. The young female had recently come across a pack of mixed dogs and pure bred dogs that she decided to tag a long with. Willa had caught a few of the names, but she was still working on trying to figure out who was who. Her eyes landed on the small group of city dogs when they went to the mother dog. Pain shot through her heart as she realized the mother was only able to save two of her three pups. Willa pinned her ears back gently in sorrow for the mother, but stayed a little ways behind. The young female wanted to make sure there was plenty of space for each of the dogs ahead of her.