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About My Dog Mambo

He's Unforgettable
Happiest dog in the world

Mambo was a Maltese who lived in the San Fernando Valley with his Latino Family. He was born in 2011 and raised along with his sister Chiques. He was a toy size dog, who loved his family unconditonally, as all dogs do. He was raised indoors, with a beautiful outdoor garden of lucious green trees,vibrant red bougainvillans,lavender wisteria arches, sourrounded with birching Blue Jades,black velvet ravens, hidden raccons, and sneaky leaping lizards. He was white as a snowflake, soft as a bunny, with two button adorable eyes, and just about the cuttest little guy in the world. When I came home from work I would call out, "where's my big boy?" And he would run to me with excitement as his tail waggled. And when I retured from a brief absence of serval days,he would almost pass out from the uncontrollable excitement. jumping on me, kissing me....a bundble full of love!

Living in Paradise

I would say that Mambo had a great life. He lived in comfort in a stress-free environment. Not a worry in the world, no deadlines to meet, no payments to make, all you can eat....well what I mean is that he ate deliously food! Roasted chicken and mouthwatering appetizers and treats. He had a steady grooming schedule where he would received a blueberry facial massage for 10 minutes, a teddybear stying haricut along with nail cutting and filing service. I mean this little guys did not have to work for an earning, and had more than the basics necessities with a sunbrust love love from than 9 family members. He had many pastime activities. One in particular was his all time favorites such as going to a drive in the car or stolling the block.

Unique and Special

I think Mambo was a regal cat in his past life. The feline characteristics transcended, came unnoticed in how he would walk between your feet and gently brushed his body against your legs. He would avoid stepping on dirt and lay grand with a noble gazing stance. But when he walked, I though he walked like a royal arabian hourse as he pranced demanding admiration for his graceful royal posture.

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Mambo was a Maltese who lived in the San Fernando Valley with his Latino Family. He was born in 2011 and raised along with his sister Chiques. He was a toy size dog, who loved his family unconditonally, as all dogs do. He was raised indoors, with a beautiful outdoor garden of lucious green trees,vibrant red bougainvillans,lavender wisteria arches, sourrounded with birching Blue Jades,black velvet ravens, hidden raccons, and sneaky leaping lizards. He was white as a snowflake, soft as a bunny, with two button adorable eyes, and just about the cuttest little guy in the world. When I came home from work I would call out, "where's my big boy?" And he would run to me with excitement as his tail waggled. And when I retured from a brief absence of serval days,he would almost pass out from the uncontrollable excitement. jumping on me, kissing me....a bundble full of love!

Living in Paradise

I would say that Mambo had a great life. He lived in comfort in a stress-free environment. Not a worry in the world, no deadlines to meet, no payments to make, all you can eat....well what I mean is that he ate deliously food! Roasted chicken and mouthwatering appetizers and treats. He had a steady grooming schedule where he would received a blueberry facial massage for 10 minutes, a teddybear stying haricut along with nail cutting and filing service. I mean this little guys did not have to work for an earning, and had more than the basics necessities with a sunbrust love love from than 9 family members. He had many pastime activities. One in particular was his all time favorites such as going to a drive in the car or stolling the block.

Unique and Special

I think Mambo was a regal cat in his past life. The feline characteristics transcended, came unnoticed in how he would walk between your feet and gently brushed his body against your legs. He would avoid stepping on dirt and lay grand with a noble gazing stance. But when he walked, I though he walked like a royal arabian hourse as he pranced demanding admiration for his graceful royal posture.


Sadly we lost Mambo a year ago to Cancer. The Gonzalez family, in memory of their belove Mambo, open a Pet Health Charity Fund. Below is the information to donate.

Pet Health Charity
PO BOX 1902
Los Angeles, Ca 90001