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Pets of the week

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Sammy

Here is our wonderful little puppy Sammy just doing his daily email connections to all his network of puppy friends. Sammy is a Bichonese (Bichon and Maltese cross) and is so loving and smart its just hard to believe. He loves the winter and the snow (maybe because with being so white its easy for him to hide in it). He loves to get dressed in his booties and puppy hoodie coat and go for a drive with us every chance he gets. He loves to meet and visit with anyone who will come by while he is sitting looking our the car window (no matter how cold it is) waiting for mom to finish shopping. He is a real treasure and we love him so very much.

-- Rosemary Wladyka

 

Faith

This is Faith, my five-year-old Thoroughbred mare purchased from Assiniboia Downs in the fall. Formally known as Desperate Measures, she was born in California and won over $100,000 before retiring to be my big, spoiled baby. This was her first winter with snow and she is doing great, even though she's still a little unsure of it. She loves attention and is proof that ex-racehorses can be incredible pets and riding horses.

-- Jan Melnychuk

 

Reggie & Squeak

Reggie (6) and Squeak (10) were both adopted from the Winnipeg Humane Society. You know that it is cold outside when these two are cuddling in their favourite chair.

-- Angie Kudlak

 

Cali

Here is Cali, who is five years young, with a new friend. I adopted her from the Winnipeg Humane Society and she enjoyed her first Christmas at the cottage!

-- Judy Wickstrom

 

Henry

Henry is my mixed-breed grand-dog (he belongs to my daughter, Morgan), Henry turns three on March 14. He is wearing a parka and booties and getting ready to go out for a walk. As you may discern from his expression, he is quite tired of the cold weather.

-- Mark Geiger

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition February 25, 2014 C5

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