We have three Beagles.
Two are females, Hannah and Annie, that we got at the local animal shelter about a year apart. They are tri-color Beagles. Hannah is a saint among dogs and Annie is a ham who should be on a calendar. The girls were approximately three years old when we got them. Hannah is suppose to be the oldest, but we think Annie is really older.
The third is a lemon and while male, name Sammy, that we purchased as a puppy at of all places, a flea market. He is full of energy, age four now, but has the most horrible bark of any dog I ever heard. However, he is a family member. He adopted my son, who was in a near fatal auto accident several years ago. He is a real part of the family--and he protects his two "sisters." The are all 13 inch beagles.
We have 4:
An American bulldog named Maggie--quite a handful!
2 miniature goats--Duke (bossy yet playful) and Sargeant (shy and reserved).
A calico cat named Snickers--lazy and only cuddly when she feels like it (not often:)
I only have one, a hamster. His name is Hammie, my little baby boy. I love him oodles..
Currently, we have a Jack Russell names Cookie. We did have a Chow the whole time our children were growing up, and then a terrible thing happened after we moved from the city to the country. And Cookie loved Bear, our Chow, as he was so furry and fluffy, she would sleep and or just sit on top of him, as if he were a bed. Over the years, other pets we have had are two cats, three labs, one yellow parakeet, one gerbil, fish and various others, and this is just since being married and the pets my children have had. This does not count the ones that I had growing up. But that is not your question is it! Sorry. In His Love, Faith Reaper
I have a puppy who is about 1yr old. He is part Shih Tzu and Poddle his breed is call a SHIHPOO. He is a sweet little guy who loves attention. He was a rescue pup from down south. So happy we could bring him home and show him all the love. He is a great little guy!
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