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Titus

This is Titus. He is a Chihuahua-mini pinscher cross. I got him from the Humane Society just over a year ago; he had been abandoned and was found with just a rope around his neck. He was very shy and insecure, barely wanting to look at people. It took some time, but now he has turned into the best friend a dog is meant to be. Friendly, outgoing and curious, he can't help but want to say hello to every canine and human we see on our daily walks. He was about one year old when I got him and is just over two now. I implore anyone wanting to get a pet for their home to visit the Humane Society first. So many little faces there just wanting to be taken home and loved, though I don't know if anyone could be as lucky as me to have found a dog as wonderful as Titus!

-- Bruce Smedts

Finnegan

"Finn MacCool" Johnson

Finnegan is a sweet and friendly puppy. Finnegan loves to play, especially with ropes and balls. We flew to Ottawa, and then drove to Stirling, Ont., (west of Kingston) to adopt this beautiful boy at eight weeks. He is heart and soul, and absolutely awesome!

-- Alexandra and

Sylvia Johnson

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition August 20, 2013 C5

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