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Baby (Chihuahua Mix), Cricket (Pug/Chihuahua Mix) and Peppy (Chihuahua)
We are mom' s little babies. We love to wear clothes because we get cold. We are Penny' s Moms (page7 ) granddoggies. Penny loves to steal our stuffed toys but we have plenty to spare. Baby even has her own black cat who is bigger than us and we all cuddle up in the bed with Mom. Oh please don't tell the cat (Poky) that he's not a Chihuahua. He really thinks he is. One of our favorite things to do is visit the nursing homes and get petted a million times.
Suva (Bull Mastiff)
This is our beautiful 11 month old bull mastiff, Suva. She loves belly

Nacho (Chihuahua)
Hi, My name is Nacho and I am a Chihuahua. I just love everyone. Take a look at my web page.

Belle (Chihuahua)
Hi, My name is Belle & I am a Chihuahua. I love to give hugs and kisses. Take a look at my web page.

Samantha (Beagle Mix)
She is a nine year old mostly Beagle dog. She knows how to "use her words" and is obedient when she wants to be. Visit her web site for more pictures of Samantha.

Petey (Cocker Spaniel and Eskimo Mix)
I adopted him in January from The Amanda Foundation, he is around 6 years old. When I first saw Petey, I thought he was the cutest dog I'd ever seen, but the woman at the Foundation told me that he was "an escape artist" due to his constant running away from his previous home. Because of this, I looked at a couple of other dogs first, but we just didn't "click." My brother convinced me to take Petey out of his cage and meet with him, even if he was an "escape artist," because he was so cute. Where the first dog I had met was cold and aloof, and the second was a puppy with boundless energy that I knew I wouldn't be able to keep up with, Petey was friendly, affectionate, and calm. We also had an instant rapport and I knew he was "the one." There were some legal issues with his previous parent that had to be taken care of before I could take him home, but I visited him several times until the paperwork could go through. One day, we were sitting on a bench after an afternoon walk and, without looking at me, Petey leaned in real close to me. He then looked up at me as if to see if it was okay and if I liked him. It made me so happy. I hugged him and told him that I couldn't wait to be able to take him home and that he would be safe with me. I found out later that the woman he had lived with before me had fallen in love with a man who didn't like dogs (can you believe it?!!) and that's when Petey started running away. If I had been in his paws, I would have run away too!

He is, without a doubt, one of the greatest joys in my life. I have had a very difficult year: our mother was in the hospital for three months, and our brother died of AIDS in July, but Petey was always there to greet me at the door with a toy and a smile when I got home from work, the hospital, or hospice. No matter how sad I was, it was impossible for me not to cheer up when I saw his wonderful fuzzy face. There were many times when I would be crying and he would come over to me, lean up and lick my tears away. He has been a great friend through a difficult time, and I just hope that I can repay him for all the love and comfort he has given me in the past and continues to give on a daily basis.

I know this is probably too much information, but I wanted you to know why Petey is so special and how grateful I am that we met.

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