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Annie

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We received Annie in April of 2015.  She is an April Fools baby.  She is so small that we call her our “Little Peanut”.   She is a ball of energy and like Bond, fast as lightening. She is a fiend with the frisbee and will do it nonstop if we let her.  She is very affectionate with people she knows and loves to be held.  She is a curious girl that is always on the move.

Bond – “James Bond”

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We acquired Bond in 2013.  Our big guy is an awesome dog and very chill and quiet just as his name infers. But when he turns on the work switch, he is one of the most intense dogs I have seen.  He has only one speed and that is 90 miles an hour.  He is very affectionate but definitely a Daddy’s boy.  He is now the patriarch of the clan and has even earned house privileges.

Faye

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We acquired Faye in the fall of 2012.  She is our little red headed girl.  Faye is such a gentle and sweet dog but her drive is intense and she will not stop until her job is finished.  She is a very strong swimmer and can swim for quite a while, sometimes just for fun as she loves to be in the water.  Faye has slowed down a bit and is close to retiring but Faye works hard, plays hard and sleeps hard.

Katie

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Kate was also one of our first dogs we purchased in 2010.  She was also 14 years old when she passed and was fully retired but still loved to go out with us for ride alongs and work when she wanted to.  She was the biggest sweetie and cuddler and has never met anyone she did not like.   She was a fantastic swimmer and loved to put her head under water.  Her favorite past time was playing Frisbee and herding the sheep.

Flo Jo

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Flo Jo was one of our first dogs we bought in 2010.  She was 14 years old when she passed and a veteran.  She retired a few years ago and had adjusted nicely to being a couch potato.  She worked like a true Rock Star.  Being the oldest, she was definitely the matriarch of the bunch.  She was the ultimate working dog and was named after Florence Griffith Joyner, the track and field star.  In her day she was fast as the wind!!!  Flo Jo survived a cancer bout in 2013 and even worked all through her chemo treatments.  She was truly a Survivor.  She was very social and our little Diva.  She was truly a special dog and is missed every day.