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TeePee

Meet my border collie TeePee who was adopted from Hulls Haven border collie rescue. She is 7 1/2 years old and a bit of a couch potato. Her favourite pastime is to get up early and get comfy on the front porch to greet our mail and newspaper carriers.

-- Yvonne Maxim, Winnipeg

Miss Kitty

This is Miss Kitty. I think she wanted to go on a holiday and thought this might be a good way. She is quite a character. We adopted her from Darcy's A.R.C.

-- Brenda Engbaek

Charlie

Charlie's first Christmas -- thinking the Christmas tree is the best gift ever.

-- Greg and Marla Williamson, Winnipeg

Brandy

Here is Brandy, our eight-year-old shepherd mix. He became part of the family seven years ago and as you can see he loves the snow.

-- Mike and Pat Bobko

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition December 11, 2012 D5

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