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New Kids Tracy, Bridger, Lucy, Lexi, Camera-Shy Molly (Unseen) and More!

We are so overloaded!  We have several youngsters who are just under or just over a year of age.  We have three kids who need their potty training shaped up.  But they are each such wonderful kids…  – Barbara

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Arthritic Bailey and Asocial Shelly Become Playmates!

Bailey’s arthritis is so bad that she can barely walk.  When Bailey does walk, it’s with a very lopsided gait.

Shelly has always had weird relationships with other Shelties here…never really friendly, frequently unfriendly.

But Shelly has decided that she really likes Bailey which in itself is just wonderful!  Check out how they play together and decide [...]

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The Kennel Cough Club – Lockdown in Cell Block 9!

The Kennel Cough Club! Front row left to right: Tommy, Jake, Sport. The little girl in the center behind them is Bailey. The tri-Sheltie to the left of Bailey is WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get). To the right of Bailey with a wide white blaze is Sammy. [...]

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The Bad, The Worse, and the Horrible

The Bad

While I was out of town a couple of weeks ago, Barbara found a foster home for Guy (a/k/a Sir Guy), one of two Shelties (Sammy’s the other) who were relinquished to us together a couple of months ago by their owner. Late last week, Guy’s foster mom, Lorie, dropped him off here at [...]

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Images of Nell and Nell’s Story from Barbara’s Perspective

Nell

This link is a short video of Nell, our Collie that we said goodbye to last Friday. The video was taken on Friday.  She probably had a minor stroke at some point before she came to us.  You may be able to see that she sort of wanders a bit aimlessly and that’s why Jim [...]