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Pets of the week

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Carly and the boys

This beautiful bride is my daughter Carly Ledd who was married on Nov. 13.

Capturing her heart is new husband Adam Defoe and Tuxedo-clad six-year-old Buddy and five-year-old Little Lucky.

Buddy and Lucky were so well behaved on the wedding day!

-- Lynda Shaw

Mckenzie

This is Mckenzie. I adopted him from the Winnipeg Humane Society six years ago. He has since taken over control of the remote and sleeps on it to prevent me from changing the channel.

-- Kristi Arbuckle

Autumn

Meet Autumn. She was eight weeks old in this picture. It was taken the day I brought her home. She was very excited to have a new home (and big brother) as you can see from the big smile on her face. She had a rough start as her mom was killed by a car when she was two weeks old and had to be fed with an eye dropper and then a small bottle until she was old enough to eat. We are all very happy to have her as part of our family.

-- Kim McLarty

TeePee

Meet my border collie TeePee who was adopted from Hulls Haven border collie rescue. She is seven and a half 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

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition December 4, 2012 C5

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