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Bambi & Lucy

Bambi is a "Princess Diva" mini smooth dachshund. She is eight years old and loves to play ball and has an obsession with sticking her balls and toys in drawers, laundry baskets, shoes and inside Kleenex boxes. She loves to snuggle and be wrapped up in a blanket, but makes sure that everyone knows that she is the boss in the house.

Lucy is an adorable 10-year-old Chihuahua who had a rough life in a puppy mill in the U.S. She was rescued and brought to Winnipeg. I adopted Lucy from Take Me Home Small Dog Rescue six years ago and she is the sweetest, most gentle dog around. She's my little LuLu, Mexican Jelly Bean. She loves her sisters, Bambi and Bella.

-- April Kehler

Jake

This is Jake the Doberman and his pal Charlie, the three-legged chinchilla.

-- Stephen Capelle

Jazz

Jazz is a 41/2-year-old female border collie-Lab cross. I adopted her from the Safe Haven Pet rescue shelter 31/2 years ago and we've been best buddies ever since. She lives for walks, playing fetch and swimming at the lake!

-- Jordy Adamchuk

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition September 24, 2013 D5

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