Jeremiah and Zechariah the happiest cocker spaniels.
You don’t have to make the bed, it’s cozy this way.
Even the most adventurous traveler gets tired sometimes.
When it’s time to sleep, it’s always good to have your favorite blanket.
I take requests. What would you like to hear?
Handsome boy. Pugsley is ready for his closeup.
I’m the leader of the pack.
On alert! We’re ready for our next job.
Sydney’s nap time rules: 1. find a comfy spot.
Sometimes you need a good friend for the best nap.
Maggie shows off her beautiful blue eyes.
Jessy shows off her summer haircut.
I don’t need you to throw this stick to have a good time.
Small but mighty. I’m a helper.
I adopted Cheyenne when she was 10, when her person took her to my vet for euthanasia – for no other reason than he couldn’t be bothered. This is her after picture. She weighs 37 pounds, is 12, and never leaves the house with her pink bows! Diane Ciarloni
I adopted Cheyenne when she was 10, when her person took her to my vet for euthanasia – for no other reason than he couldn’t be bothered. This is her “before” pix – weighed 57-poundes, never had a cocker groom, etc. — Diane Ciarloni