Jack the Terrier Mix

We adopted Jack from a friend when he was three months old. We had no idea how much he would change our lives, for the better! He is just a bundle of love! If one of us is having a bad day, Jack senses it. He will not leave your side and just lay on your tummy and rub his paw down your face. He sleeps in the middle of us or on are feet. He is just like having a toddler that will never grow up. He is the light of our life ❤ Submitted by Raymond and Dezirae C.

 

Toto the Mixed Breed

Toto loves her purple bone more than anything in the world. She doesn’t understand how to play fetch, but instead makes up her own game. She loves belly rubs, especially on her patch of white fur. She adores cuddling on her special blanket, licking tuna cans until they’re completely empty, and chasing cats out of her garden. Toto loves life and has brought joy to everyone who has been lucky enough to know her. Submitted by Alicia L.

 

Suzi and Edmund the Labrador Retrievers

This is a picture of friends Suzi and Edmund taken on holiday in the Cotswolds in the UK. Suzi is a Black Labrador Retriever and is three years old. Suzi loves her food and lots of walkies and she is a volunteer for the Charity Pets As Therapy. She lives in Kent in the UK with her hooman mum and dad. Edmund is a Yellow Labrador Retriever and is 18 weeks old. Edmund is training to be a guide dog and lives with his hooman mum in Cambridgeshire in the UK. Submitted by Stephen S.

 

Daisy the Shih Tzu, Chihuahua Mix

Daisy is cute and lovable and she weighs eight pounds. She is a Shih Tzu and Chihuahua mix. I got her at a yard sale with my mom. My parents thought we didn’t need another dog, but when I first held her I knew we needed her. She loves to bark at the UPS and mailman and run around with me. She loves going on beach trips with me and my family. I take her everywhere with me! Submitted by Hannah.

 

Cali the Husky

Cali is a very gentle eight year old Husky who has been very attached to this baby chicken since day one. She’s very protective of the little chick and sleeps next to it all night long. She also allows two ducks in our yard to chase her, and 3 out of our 12 chickens follow her into the woods and then back. Plus, in her opinion plants don’t belong in pots. Submitted by Helena D.