Christmas Greetings 2019

Merry Christmas from Mozzie

Keira Rose – Ready for Christmas

Tex & Kali with Luci the parrot

Ziggy loves BIG Christmas gifts

Polly G. & Christmas tree

Hudson, Lucy, Finn and Rosie

Four fhf poodles in St. John’s get together at the holidays, as they often do throughout the year, to wish all their kindred poos a Merry Christmas.

Beautiful Lucky

Our beautiful Lucky is a great part of our family who has made a better world for us.

Lucky continues to inspire me to keep healthy through walking (so far this year we have walked over 1650 km and still counting.) With his encouragement, I have lost a lot of weight and have improved my overall health. On those nights when I am feeling lazy he comes over to me, puts his head on my lap and stares at me with those big brown eyes to let me know he needs his exercise. It is almost impossible to deny that look – he is the best personal coach I could have! Lucky is in amazing condition and his veterinarian loves how muscled and toned he is.

Lucky and Jason

Lucky looking buff

Lucky loves the kids. His favorite activity of all is spending time with them; cuddling on the couch or playing in the yard. Each day, at about 4:30 pm, he stares at me to let me know it is time to pick up our youngest son from daycare. He is always ready for a car ride (another favorite thing of his) and especially a car ride that reunites him with the boys.

We spend our summer weekends in Belleisle Bay. If Lucky has a favorite spot to be this is it. He loves swimming and hiking with the boys. In particular, he loves fishing with the boys. When they catch a fish he gets very excited.

Lucky in formal attire

Family Swim

We are thankful to have such a marvelous dog. If I had have known how great it was to have a dog in the family I would have had one years ago!

Jason and family

Christmas Keira – comfort and joy!

Keira Rose participated in the indoor Christmas parade at the hospital this week. She was adorable and the patients loved seeing her. She is an awesome therapy dog.

On the oncology floor the smiles and joy were rewarding to behold. Sometimes she spent fifteen minutes cuddling and it was worth every second to see the comfort she could bring – like “an angel from God” one person said.

Keira touches the hearts of everyone she meets with comfort and joy.

Kim and Keira Rose