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Pet Parade

Pet Parade

Shiro

By Anna Ferntheil

My name is Shiro. I was born in remote Alaska, rescued and raised in Anchorage. I have been visiting Girdwood for many years and have finally moved and made it my permanent home. I love all my new doggie friends here.

I love hiking, skiing, biking, and even rappelling with my mom and friends. I also love long walks on stinky beaches full of dead fish and car rides. I am just stoked for life!

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Shiro

Ringo

By Cynthia Wilson

This is Ringo my grandchildrens’ dog. As you can see he’s minus one leg. It doesn’t stop him from fetching balls going for hikes and searching the Internet. I guess it’s a handicap only if you think of it as a handicap.

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Ringo

Scout

By Diane Olthuis

This is Scout, a Hope kitten. She was born in mid July. Every person is a new plaything. Everyone, especially children, love her.

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Scout

Hades

By Leah Kay Simons

Hades is a 4-year old Red Doberman from Quebec. He’s a libra and is a very picky eater. While he’s a natural guard dog, he is the biggest baby you would ever meet. He whimpers whenever other animals are sad, mean or upset. He has to sleep under the covers and loves wearing clothes.

Hades

Hades