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Jewish Dog of the Month: Pesto!

Meet Pesto of House Lieberman. Son of Allison and Michael Lieberman. First of his name. Cavachon of the Great Outdoors. King of the Instagram. Father of early rising.

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Sarah: What is your name?

Pesto: Hi everyone! I’m Pesto Moshe Lieberman. I’m a 3-year old cavachon – but don’t be fooled by the breed; I’m a big boy – over 30 lbs! You can follow my adventures @pesto_lieberman.

Sarah: Where did your name come from?

Pesto: My pawrents had a long list of potential names for me and Pesto was one of them. I was born when they were on their honeymoon in Italy so it seemed like the right choice!

Sarah: What is your favorite way to spend a day in DC?

Pesto: First, I wake up around 6:30 am (sorry mom!) and we go for a walk in my ‘hood. I eat breakfast, which sometimes includes cereal, because as mom says, it’s Special K for a special boy 🙂

If it’s the weekend, we go to Rosedale Conservancy in Cleveland Park, followed by a trip to Little Red Fox DC where I get lots of pets and crumbs.

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Sarah: What is the best compliment you’ve ever received?

Pesto: One of my Instagram furriends told me I was “the George Clooney of cavachons!”.

Sarah: Who is your best friend?

Pesto: My dad! From being nap bros to playing ball together, he is the best!

Sarah: What is your biggest pet peeve that your owner does?

Pesto: Go to work :/

Sarah: What’s your favorite smell?

Pesto: Butts! (Or should I say tuches ;))

Sarah: What’s your favorite Jewish holiday and why?

Pesto: Rosh Hashanah! My Puppy Bubby makes me a very special treat called “Pesto Pops”, which are individual ice cubes of homemade chicken soup with a side of carrot. What can I say, I’m a lucky guy!


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