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(Standard Poodle)
Here is a picture of our Standard Poodle. His name is Rockymon, and he just graduated from puppy school. He was at that time 3 months old. We got Rocky at 8 weeks old, while I was undergoing chemotherapy. He seemed to know that something
was wrong, and stuck by me the whole time. My name is Sandy. Rocky has been a awesome dog, and continues with Dog obedience training.

(front) and Squeaker (rear) (Dalmatians)
These wonderful dogs are sisters (same litter) that are inseparable. They are loving, clowning, great dogs to be with. They love everyone and think they are really lap dogs. They love nothing better than to be giving kisses while you scratch them - anywhere! Socialized since birth they will open their mouths for anyone, give you their bones or toys, and even wait their turn for their treats. They were a gift from a wonderful friend as puppies and I don't think I will ever own another breed of dog, and I have had several different breeds. These dogs' tails are always wagging and they are always ready for anything you want them to do. I LOVE MY DALS!!! You would too!

Mickey (Shih-Tzu)
Hello this is my dog Mickey,he is a Shih-tzu. He was a very sweet and loving dog,he was treated like a person instead of a dog. He went every where with us, on our vacations,fishing,camping,to the mountains,he was one of the family. He died the day after Christmas of 99. He was 6 years old,we will always remember all of the good times we had with him and the love he gave us. He is gone and greatly missed. Mickey we all love you and you are still with us in spirit and in our hearts, rest in peace. Gone but NOT FORGOTTEN......

Sir Max A. Millon, aka Max (Shih-Tzu)
Hi this is our puppy Max. Short for Sir Max A. Millon. He is now 6 months old. We got him in Jan. of 2000. We had lost our other Shih-tzu (pictured to the left) the day after Christmas, and we needed another dog in our life. Max is a very sweet and loving little pup. something we all needed after losing one. Max is with us at all times,he loves to ride in the car, doesn't like to be left alone. and he loves to play ball outside. Max is our new little baby in the family and he is spoiled,with lots of toys of his own and lots of love and kisses from us. Max loves to give kisses back too.I hope that Max will be with us for many, many years to come.

(Tri-Coloured Shetland Sheepdog)
Father: Mystics Mr. Cassidy
Mother: Tamara at Hycrest
Barney: Kennel name: Mystics Only the Lonely; pet name "Barney." Barney developed cancer at the age of 5 3/4 years. We had to put him to sleep on Apr 22, 1999, one week after his 6th birthday. Everyone who knew Barney loved him as we was more than a dog, he was a companion, loyal, loving soul. Barney left a big void in our lives when we had to say goodbye to him. There will never be another dog with the personality of Barney. He gave us unconditional love everyday of his life.

Hershey (Tri-Coloured Shetland Sheepdog)
Father: Blue
Mother: Joanne
Kennel name: somewhere in the states (we are still searching) Cookies 'N Cream. Hershey was born the day we put Barney to sleep, Apr 22, 1999, so it was only fitting that this dog should come to live with us. He is now 1 year old and full of energy. He loves to go for walks and has really taken over running our household. He is extremely possessive and will not let anyone, big or small, have the last word. Hershey is named after the Hockey team my husband used to play with in the US, as well, because he is the tri colour sheltie.

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