Profile: Ranger and Yogi are like Mutt and Jeff. There is a big difference is size, but they are buds...well, most of the time. Sometimes Ranger gets on Yogi's nerves and she goes after him. He just spins in circles to avoid her and if he were a human you would be able to hear him laughing. Yogi jumps and snaps at him while spitting out golden fur! But the next minute they are cuddled up together taking a nap. Just like human siblings!!
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We adopted Yogi from the Humane Society. Our vet thinks she probably came from a puppy mill because she has tattos in her ears and she looked as if she'd had many litters of pups. When we brought Yogi home, she was not housebroken, in fact, she was afraid of being outdoors. She would jump into a chair and stay there, too scared to walk around the house. After a few months of love and pampering, she was a different girl. Now she loves playing outside (as long as the weather is nice). She demands frequent treats and massages, and has become quite the diva. Yogi is truly the queen of the house!! We lost Yogi in February of 2011. She was about 16 so she had long life. She is buried in our garden next to Sid. Little Yogi is truly missed.View Profile
We got Ranger from a friend who didn't have the time to give him the attention he craved. He came to live with us when his former owners asked us to take care of him while they were on vacation. We knew they wanted to find a new home for Ranger, so we adopted him. He wants to be with us ALL the time and is the biggest, sweetest teddy bear in the world. The only problem with Ranger is that he thinks he is a lap dog, but he weighs about 80 lbs!!View Profile
Sid was our little angel. He lived to be 15 years old and was happy and healthy until the last year of his life when he developed dementia. He went everywhere with us. Sid loved our vacations at the beach most of all. Losing Sid was one of the toughest things we have had to deal with. Anyone who has had a Maltese in their family knows what a joy they are. We love all our dogs, but we will always miss little Sid!!View Profile
We adopted Bess from P.A.L. who had rescued her from a pound. Bess is a real live wire and keeps her older brother, Ranger, on his toes. Just like human siblings they play and snuggle with each other, but also "fight" over chew toys and our attention. Bess is lucky that Ranger is a gentle giant and lets her have her way most of the time. She loves to guard the house, chasing all the dangerous wildlife away with her high-pitched squealing! We could do without listening to the squealing, but at least she keeps us safe from squirrels and rabbits!!View Profile