Mr. Croc O’Dile. Age 13.5. Lives in Baltimore, MD, in the Fells Point neighborhood. Nickname = Crocmonster. In his youth he enjoyed cat wrestling, rope swinging, and watching his stories on the TV (the late Steve Irwin’s show “Crocodile Hunter”). Mr. O’Dile is an avid car enthusiast, and because he does not own one himself, has been known to climb into any open vehicle door with the intention of “going for a ride.” He loves to laugh, so much so that his guardian, V, has had to fish him down from the ceiling many a time. Speaking of fish, Mr. O’Dile has waged war against the Ocean, his ultimate nemesis. It was a draw. Now in his golden years, Mr. O’Dile has become a dog of leisure. He takes his time on his daily walks, because the years have taught him there is no need to rush. For trips to the park, he enjoys rolling around in his personal hand-pushed carriage. He still laughs at song lyrics and plays a mean game of “keep away” with his ball. “Crocmonster,” as he is affectionately called, was adopted from the Humane Society of Boulder Valley (Boulder, Colorado) on April 20th, 1999. He had been found as a stray in a suburb of Denver. Had he been born several years later, Denver’s breed specific legislation (BSL) would have had him killed, instead of sending him to Boulder. Mr. O’Dile’s guardian, V, is the luckiest lady to have the silliest, cuddliest, and gentlest Crocodile be a part of her life.