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Pets of the week

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Yogi

This is Yogi, out for a springtime swing in Kildonan Park! He also likes cuddling, eating treats and spinning around in circles!

 

-- Gilles and Joanne DeCruyenaere

 

Koa

This is Koa, our five-month-old German shepherd. She is a very enthusiastic puppy who likes to get into everything, even the garbage can. But as she found out, she's not as small as she used to be. Koa's mysterious ways got her a little caught up in the act. Yep, that's the garbage can lid stuck on her head. She has brought a lot of laughter into our house.

 

-- Krystal Chorney

 

Axl

This is our eight-year-old dog Axl (on the right). One of his favourite places in the world is Kilcona Dog Park. He loves to hang out there with his special friend Sadie (on the left). Axl has brought so much joy to our life, and we could not ask for a better dog. Sadly, his walks at the dog park will be coming to an end, as he has been diagnosed with cancer. I wanted to take this opportunity to thank the City of Winnipeg for keeping this green space so all dogs and people can enjoy this amazing park. Special thanks to Kilcona Dog Park committee for all its hard work to keep the park in such great shape. We will treasure the great walks, memories and friends we have made over the years.

-- Brenda Smith

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition May 6, 2014 C5

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