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Left-to-right: Pasha, Lacy at 2 Years, Mindy at 12 Years

Mindy Successfully Ignoring Pasha while Trying to Nap

Breed: Border CollieWeight: 33 pounds
Gender: Female
Favorite Food: Flint River Ranch Puppy and Adult Kibble.
Favorite Place to Sleep: At night they sleep in their separate crates on nice pillows, and in the daytime they sleep wherever they see a pillow on the floor. The one by the chimney is placed there on a permanent basis, except when they get to playing too hard and it gets moved for a while.
Special Skills or Responsibilities: All three love to have company and are the official greeters when people come (only because they get in front of the door first and make it difficult for me to even open it).
Lacy learned a while back not to keep up the herding for more than 15 mintes on Mindy or she'd get rather snarky. And I can't blame Mindy for that. I won't let Lacy herd me, either. But I stand and laugh when she herds the grandchildren, and they laughed too when they found out what she was doing. The dogs are great pets. Lacy is a real sweetheart of a dog, always trying to please.

Breed: West Highland White Terrier Weight: 20 pounds
Gender: Female
Favorite Food: Mindy gets the Flint River Ranch Senior Plus for her aching bones.
Mindy was a sweetie until she developed arthritis and her eyes got dim, and she grew deaf. So we figure she's earned the right to not get picked on. Other than that, she's in great shape.

Breed: Yorkshire TerrierWeight: 4 pounds
Gender: Female
Favorite Food: Flint River Ranch Puppy and Adult Kibble. But it was while I was finishing up her other brand of dog food that came with her when I got her, that she discovered that eating Mindy's food was much to be preferred. I now give little bits of Senior Plus as treats while teaching her to "speak" and "sit up."
Mindy is a bit crotchety with Pasha, who is so full of energy. Lacy plays ever so gently with Pasha, lying down so Pasha can "beat up on her." In her exuberance, Pasha will sometimes run over and try to stir up Mindy, but a guttural growl sends her running back to Lacy.

Pasha can't sit still long enough for us to figure out her personality. I think she's just a playful little tot yet and we'll see how she turns out.

Staff: Shirley Halchishak
Home: Manchester, MI
Date Entered into Gallery: December 27, 2005

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