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Sunny Girl

This is Sunny Girl with her all-time favourite toy. She is a cockapoo bichon and will turn seven in March. To get attention she will nudge her toy under the sofa, coffee table or bed and then bark until someone retrieves it for her.

-- Nancy Keith

Hamish

Our one and a half-year-old Cairn terrier is doing what he loves best -- looking out the window. His favourite day is Wednesday because it's recycling day and there is so much to see and bark at.

-- Susan & Phil Kahanovitch

Shiloh

Meet my girl -- she gets right into her work.

-- Janet David

Scotch

This is my "granddog" sitting in the baby carseat. We are not sure if she is waiting for the baby (not born yet) or if she is claiming the seat as hers? Anyway, she is a West Highland terrier and she is three and one half-years-old.

-- Donna Waller

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition February 19, 2013 D5

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