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Max (Jack Russell Terrier)
Attached is a picture of Max at 4 weeks old. This is the first picture I took of Max on the day that we picked him out at the
breeders. The little girl in the picture is my 6 year old niece, Christina. You can see how it was love at first sight between the two of them.

K.C. (Golden Retriever)
This is K.C. She loves to play ball and swim. She tends to make a funny face when we try to take a picture of her. She also likes to jump out from behind a tree and scare you. She is 8 1/2 yrs. old now.

Ben (Alsation/Collie mix - we think!)
This is Ben, he lives in Melbourne, Australia. He appeared one day battered and beaten at six months old and we nursed him back to health and adopted him. He is now 13 years old, has diabetes, is almost blind but is so loving and still very handsome. Apart from us his next best friend is Spike the Cat!

Puggles Duchess Windsor (Pug)
She is mostly known as Miss Pug. Miss Pug is a 15 MO old Pug (what else??) I had not had a dog for years and now cannot imagine how I ever lived without her. Miss Pug is with her best friend, My 12 year old daughter Maria.

Shiloh (Yellow Lab/Golden Retriever mix)
This is my girl. Her favorite sport is playing catch with a tennis ball, which she's very good at, and she loves to travel.

Copper (Toy Poodle)
Here is a picture of our 13 year old poodle, Copper. Our daughter thought it would be funny to add a red rinse to his ears, turning him pink (don't worry, it's not harmful, and it washes out). We are now calling him Floyd..Pink Floyd.

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