Here's my lady, named Emma.
She's a rescue who prefers belly rubs over anything, even food. When I got her she showed the wear of being on the road, cracked molars, tapeworm, and parasites. Now she's all better.
That's the usual position you'll find her in.
This is our dog, Maggie. She is part Pug and part bichon frize. She likes the belly rubs as well.
The Black cat was our cat named Pepper Anne. She passed away a few years ago. She was a stray that showed up one day on our doorstep in the freezing cold. We thought she was a nearly a kitten but the vet said she was nearly two and malnourished. She lived until the age of 16 or 17 depending on what her age really was.
She loved that furry gift bag
This is my dog, Cheekie. She's a mix of Poodle and Shih Tzu and she's two years old now.
Mitzi, Daisy, & Delilah. A dorkie and two shorkies.
Chloe (on the right) & MableAble the Labs.
Dante the Golden Doodle & Tegan
Can you take too many pictures of your dog? I probably do. This is one of my favorites, taken during one of our training sessions on the beach.
Aw... so happy.
I have more photos of my dogs than my people.
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