• Cricket (age 9)

    Cricket (age 9)
  • Wilson (age 10)

    Wilson (age 10)
  • Rhys

    Rhys
  • Rehab Warrior – Maggie

    Rehab Warrior – Maggie
  • Reilly & Denny

    Reilly & Denny
  • Norman (RIP)

    Norman (RIP)
  • Katie (age 12)

    Katie (age 12)
  • Kobi (RIP)

    Kobi (RIP)
  • Jake

    Jake
  • Myers

    Myers
  • Sheba (age 9)

    Sheba (age 9)
  • Herky (age 8)

    Herky (age 8)
  • Nellie (age 9)

    Nellie (age 9)
  • Cyrus

    Cyrus
  • Sherman

    Sherman
  • Callie (age 9)

    Callie (age 9)
  • Kona

    Kona
  • Shadow (age 9)

    Shadow (age 9)
  • Taj (age10)

    Taj (age10)
  • Glory

    Glory
  • Rita

    Rita
  • Gambler

    Gambler
  • Emma

    Emma
  • Gizmo

    Gizmo
  • Sasha

    Sasha
  • BB (Big Boy)

    BB (Big Boy)
  • Garth

    Garth
  • Bailie

    Bailie
  • Gambler

    Gambler
  • Katan

    Katan
  • Chester

    Chester
  • SlimDoggy Jack (age 9)

    SlimDoggy Jack (age 9)
  • Fusion

    Fusion
  • Kelly (age 11)

    Kelly (age 11)
  • Kayo

    Kayo
  • Drew

    Drew
  • Cello

    Cello
  • Dexter

    Dexter
  • McGee

    McGee
  • Lady

    Lady

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