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Poochie (Pekingese)
my dog is my bestfriend he loves to go swimming and play with my chows

Ciama (Long Hair German Shep)
On this day it was picture day, she wouldnt let go of her stick. The stick was found at the beach in Ventura and she insisted it should be a
permanent fixture in the back yard. Until she is done with it that is.

Sonny (Aussie Shep./ German Shep./Terrier. mix)
He is 3 months old and is in process of basic obedience training. We purchased him for training in the movies. We have an exotic animal trainer in our home who has over 15 years of dog training experience. He is a new addition to our home of 2 very large German Shep. and one very tough Chihuahua along with a mixture of 4 cats. On this day he had been chased by the Chihuahua, batted by the cats and thought the safest bet
was up on the bed on moms pillow.

Mishki (Border Collie/Malamute) & Laska (Siberian Husky)
Here is Mishki our black Border Collie Cross Malamute and Laska our blue eyed Siberian Husky. Laska is 3 and Mishki 7 they are good friends. They love to play, Mishki is a bit of a lazy one at times and loves to sleep, Laska is always full of energy and will run around all day. We live in Australia, not exactly the type of cold climate these dogs would normally live in. They are both very affectionate and love a good cuddle.

Snufflufflagus (Basset Hound)

Ange (Newfoundland)
Just to introduce "Ange" or Ande de la Mer or Angel of the Sea. She
is a Newfoundland out of Denali Farms. She loves to carry her pet duck around as did her father, Bateau.

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