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Pets of the week

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Simon and Misha

Complete opposites, but friends nonetheless. Hoping for spring!

-- Kyra Ogilvie

Pippi

My girlfriend, me and our dog Pippi were walking through Assiniboine Park last week and came upon an interesting shape created by the water from the melting snow settling in the cracks in the walking path. We hope that Pippi seeing a shadow means that winter won't be hanging around much longer!

Pippi is a 31/2-year-old schnoodle (schnauzer/poodle cross). We are pretty sure she is the best dog ever.

-- Ty, Jennette and Pippi

Percy

Percy is our 11-month-old goldendoodle who loves nothing more then waking up everyone in the house by jumping on their heads every morning! She is happiest when she gets to go for car rides and anxiously waits by the door as soon as she hears the keys rattle. She's a fun-loving little girl who loves to bury bones in every corner of our house, and when asked to "speak" she barks. She's a smart puppy who adds sunshine to our day.

-- Brooke Atnikov

Chewie

This is Chewie, or Chewbaca when he's misbehaving. He is a three-year-old purebred Bengal. Chewie is very talkative and loves to be the centre of attention. He is also a big cuddler (whether you want to be cuddled or not).

-- Sarah Leslie White

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition April 16, 2013 ??65531

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