Sometimes being man's best friend is a ruff gig! Training and caring for my human is a tiring but rewarding process. I alone am responsible for ensuring she gets her daily walks. I never know when she might dare to run errands without me to protect her, or eat food without first using my keen nose to inspect it. She never acknowledges that a mere drizzle of my drool adds so much flavor. I feel it's wrong to keep such deliciousness to myself!
I am a 16 year old black lab and keeshond mix. I like to play with my tennis balls and bones. I really like to get treats. My human buys me them a lot. I like to run, but taking walks with my human is my favorite. But my most favorite thing is loving my human. I will be there for her always!
This is my human. Her name is Rebecca. She does a lot of things, but I think being my best friend is her favorite.
Rebecca graduated from Malone College in 2008 with a Bachelor’s degree in Youth Ministry. She started writing & illustrating in 2013, about yours truly (Pookie), when she wanted a fun and wholesome story for her nieces and nephews, some of which were learning to read. She plans to keep up her series and write others. Along with this venture, she wanted to make her Adventures of Pookie series into a cartoon. So in 2015, she started attending the Art Institute of Pittsburgh and 16 months later, she was certified in 2D Animation.
Along with The Adventures of Pookie children’s book series, she is a Lifestyle blogger at The Glamping Housewife and author of the personal development book The Creative Minds Guide to Success. She travels full time in a 5th wheel RV with my daddy Eric, my brother Thor and me, for daddy's job as a Journeyman Lineman and writes about their adventures along the way.
This new venture into the creative world for kids was inspired by my grandfather, Sen Yee. He came to American when he was 16 years old. He was an artist to the max and was amazing at it. The goal of The Adventures of Pookie LLC is to encourage children to pursue their love of art and nurture it. Eventually we will be setting up a scholarship fund to help students who want to pursue art as a career enter college to enhance their skills. We look forward to seeing them grow!