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David Bowie is celebrating his birthday by releasing new music.
David Bowie attends an awards show in this June 5, 2007 file photo taken in New York. The English singer announced Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2013 his 66th birthday, that he has released his first song in 10 years titled "Where Are We Now?" A new album, "The Next Day," will be out March 11 and 12 in the United Kingdom and the United States, respectively. (AP Photo/Stephen Chernin)
Bowie’s foster mom raves about how wonderful he is. He is passive with other dogs, although he does love attention so he nudges his way in to get his fair share, but he’s not rude about it. He sleeps through the night and rides very well in the car. Bowie is cuddly so anyone interested in this sweet guy must love a lap dog. He will sleep in bed with you if you let him. He loves to follow his humans around, always curious as to what they are doing, but never getting in the way. He also has what’s called a “submissive grin.” He lifts his top lips, pulls them back and a beautiful white, pearly smile appears, along with happy squinty eyes and a bright pink tongue. Bowie is looking for a home with daily walks and plenty of daily snuggle time. A canine friend or two would be fine but Bowie could live as an only child as well.
Seeking gift ideas for that music lover this holiday season, check out the following box set reviews from The Associated Press:
This little dog was found wondering the streets, spent five days at the pound with no one adopting him and quickly found himself on the kill list. His wild hair and bouncy, energetic personality sparked the name Bowie after the singer David Bowie. He is certainly no worst for the wear and thankfully doesn't seem phased by these recent events in his life. If you have a very active lifestyle and are looking for an equally active dog to be your companion on your adventures and snuggle with you at night, Bowie is your guy.