Goldie, the yellow Lab, was the best dog in the world, not necessarily the best puppy......but she HAD to chew the door facing off............just because. Click here for more on Labrador Retrievers.
Webster is a Ragdoll kitty. He is the pride and joy of Martha McDonald, my husband's cousin. Click here to see more about Ragdolls.
Sugar Dip is a registered Quarter Horse. She was born in 1967, the year my husband and I married. She's had many "kids" throughout those years. Her last two "babies" she had after we obtained her. This picture was taken on a foggy morning, winter 1998. Click here for the National Foundation Quarter Horse Association.
Above - it actually snowed a little bit right before Christmas in 1997, so Al and I, the doggies, Susie and Jake, just had to get out in it. Even the horses, Brandy and Beau, seemed to like it. Then, in April 2001, the ponies (Sugar, Beau, Brandy), being chased by Annie.
Susie & Annie, winter 2003.
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Spring 2003 at our house.
Fall 2004 at our house.
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