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Pets of the week

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Bella

Bella is a six-year-old Jack Russell that I adopted four years ago from D'Arcy's A.R.C. She loves treats, walks and her two sisters, Bambi and Lucy. When you look at her face, you can't help but smile.

-- April Kehler

Derm

Derm is a 13-year old Border Collie cross. He was adopted from the Winnipeg Humane Society as a puppy. He has very bad hip dysplasia but that has never stopped him from being a part of the family. During a family photo session, Derm was very involved. He found himself romping through the bushes, trees, grass and finally settled down amid the plants. Nothing makes this fellow happier than time spent outside with the ones he loves!

-- Jen Rumbolt

Dikens

Dikens is a true charmer with lots of love to share. He won my heart as he cringed against the cage at Winnipeg Animal Services. He's a most affectionate guy and a very active 2-1/2-year-old. Dikens loves his new home, his Frisbee, snuggling with the grandkids and taking care of his new friend Peppi, our rescue cat. Mind you, Peppi gives him the odd smack when he becomes too protective. He's a very smart fellow who loves learning new tricks.

-- Shirley Murray

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition August 27, 2013 C5

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