Onni was my very first dog and he teached me so much – especially as a dog-owner. We had many special moments together, both good and bad. When I moved to my own home, Onni stayed with my parents, because my mom wouldn't let him go with me. Onni was a true Diva. He knew it and everyone else should have known it.
We went to some shows with Onni when he was younger, but when I realized that Onni was going to stay really thin and skinny, I decided to stop showing him and just compete in junior handling with him. We also tried some agility with Onni and we both liked it very much. At some point Onni had to be neutered because it was the only solution for his weight problem. Onni also started to behave strangely, he was somehow confused and in bad mood. After neutering he was better than ever, so it had something to do with his hormones.
It was time to let go of Onni when he was 14 years old. We had many glorious years together and I owe so much to my mom. She took the best possible care of this little Diva.