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 Hi Peggy and family, Hope this finds all you in great health and wonderful spirits.  Haven't been in touch with you for awhile so I thought I would five an update on the kids.  I can't thank you enough for the two best dogs ever.  They are absolutely wonderful.  Baby is now 2 years old and still lives up to her name.  And Bear will be 9 months on the 5th.  And he lives up to his name.  If Baby has something he wants he sits up on his hind legs and bats at her with his front paws (Harold calls it his Fred Sanford imitation). You can always tell when he is excited about something, he will bark and end the bark with what sounds like a beagle howl, it is to funny.  He is all boy if a big truck pulls in he's up in the chair looking out the window and turns to look at us as if to say "you see that big truck" he won't get down till the truck is gone.   Always,Harold, SharonBaby & Bear
Hello Peggy,  Just a little update on our little Riley. He is really doing great and wecouldn't be happier with him. We get so many comments on his beauty.Everyone loves his green eyes and brown nose.  Adorable!!   Photo attached.
Joanne Davis
                                Hi! it’s me, Buzz. Thank you for the computer Christmas card!
We have lots of snow, I really like playing in it only my paws get cold and then I’m ready to go in the house right away.
Guess what? I met Santa Claus! I told him that I have been a good boy dog, all except for every now and then I don’t remember to pee OUTSIDE, other than that, oh yeah, there is that pair of slippers that I found on the floor and just had to chew, I really thought they were on the floor for me, just a misunderstanding…  I hope he brings me a new toy and some treats! 
We all wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Buzz, Donna & Jim
     First of all, MERRY CHRISTMAS to you and your family.  I hope you have a wonderful holiday.  Zoe went to the vet today for her booster shots and her first Rabies vaccine.  She weighed in at 3.5 lbs.  The vet thinks she will top out at 5.5 lb.  We love the fact that she is little.  She will have be spayed next month.  The vet wants to let her get a little bigger.  The vet took John on a tour of the surgical facility and showed him how they keep the little ones warm during and after surgery.  He must have looked like a nervous puppy daddy!  Zoe and Patches continue to have a great time together.  He is running out of places too high for her to get to as she has great leaping abilities.  He seems to have accepted that fact and now they can be found lounging together on his favorite perch watching the squirrels and birds out the sunroom doors.  Zoe loves the snow and looks like a little Santa when her beard gets all white.  We had to shovel a patch in the yard to take her out in when the snow got deeper although she looked really cute hopping through the snow with her little short legs.  I'm attaching two pictures that we just took this week.  Have blessed Christmas!