“We had brunch together,” she said. “And then we went for a walk.
The union was sealed, although he didn’t like being petted too much, she said. When they returned to her apartment, Ms. Davis adjusted to Prancer, rather than the other way around.
She keeps her toys to a minimum (“it’s not really a toy dog”) and has learned to spend a good 10 minutes dog kissing when she comes home from work, where flexible hours mean she can “take care for my little monster demon. “
With the benefit of a little time together, “I can see how very specific the ad is,” Ms. Davis said. “If I had a bunch of dogs and cats, they’d be wild, crazy, and demonic. But he is currently an only child. He is very happy to spend time and to be peaceful. “
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Now, Prancer has his own Instagram account with over 50,000 followers on Wednesday. His collection of photos clearly shows him living his best life. He wears a bow tie, snuggles up on blankets, has a wardrobe that includes at least one collared shirt, takes car rides and trips to McDonald’s, and draws attention in the middle of a room, appearing, of course, like a very good, and only slightly demonic, my boy.
As Ms Davis and Prancer continued their morning walk during the interview, Ms Davis agreed to put the dog on a speakerphone, to see if hearing his name might cause him to wag his tail.
He had no reaction at all, Ms Davis said.
“He’s more interested in sniffing a tree,” she says.