Our Animal Friends, both those still with us and those who left us much too soon


 From the Overall / Dunham household

Bunny (aka "Ms.. Buns"), newly adopted just before Thanksgiving day to bring a gentle female influence to the road house.


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Toby, Dr. Overall's working dog



"The Boys"

Pic  (Picasso) in the foreground; Toby to the left and Linus to the right (trying to resist mischief) in the background


Linus as a baby, an imp even at that young age


Emma, who aged with grace, prime raiser of the rescues and puppies, and who was Dr. Overall's unflinching protector and caretake. She passed in September of this year, leaving the household bereft.


Toby's mentor, Flash (on the left)
He is greatly missed.





Flash
Who taught us about happiness, recovery and what humane care truly means for troubled dogs






Tess
Blind by 5 weeks, raised by Maggie, a teacher of tolerance in her 15 years of life







Little Bit
Inherited because of a death when she was 13 years, she held her own with the Aussies (and then some) until she died at 22 years





Maggie
The completely flawless and generous dog, missed daily, the only non-rescue, she encouraged us to take in Aussies in need.



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From the Juarbe-Diaz household 

Pork Chop (L) and Mai Tai (R)


Ransomed, "ransomed" from a neglectful home



Tano (Tanoshii), a shelter dog relinquished with fractured hips; his chances for adoption were low. He runs in spite of what his Xrays look like and is Mai Tai's play companion.


Shihan, remembered with unbridled joy


Maia, remembered as the best teacher ever


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From the Dyer household

Cassan McPherson, the newest addition



Liam, master of the remote



For young Liam, precise definitions of 'mouse' were unimportant


Patrick McPherson, beloved and sorely missed


Oscar, who left memories to match his beauty
and loved to go food shopping on the kitchen counters


Rocky, unforgettable merryman
His GI tract was scarred by parvo, but not his spirit


Felix, Oscar's litter mate. Always a good sport, here he modeled a souvenir from Guatemala.  


Knipper, a.k.a. "The Enforcer"
looking dapper in semi-formal attire


Kirby, sweet Kirby; left for dead at a vet hospital, he went on to enjoy 17 years of life


Nick, his first owners 'dumped' him because it was "cheaper" to get a new dog than to repair his broken hip and femur



All of these  much loved and loving companions (but for Maggie) are rescues

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