Ready and Waiting (10/25/2007) Coco stands on the top of the hill waiting for her human to return with the Frisbee.
Frisebee Leap (10/25/2007) Coco leaps for a frisbee in the Churchill Playground.
Coco Like Memory Foam (01/09/2008) We folded the hide away with the memory foam mattress out for guests. Within a few minutes there was a dog sleeping on the bed. This would be good stuff to cut into dog beds.
Flying Leap (10/25/2007) We break from the exciting sport of bridge watchingg to play fetch.
Dancing Leap (10/25/2007) Coco stays thin because I don`t feed her enough.
Balanced Leap (10/25/2007) Coco steadies herself in a balance leap for the ball.
Tail of the Dog (01/21/2008) I placed a large pile of snow atop Coco's bone. So she is digging down to the source.
A Very Sad Puppy (01/21/2008) In a barbaric act of cruelty, this very sad puppy was locked behind a fence for absolutely no justifiable reason.
Shivery Cold (10/25/2007) Coco gets shivery cold on a Fall Day in Montana's Bitterroot River.
Avid Gardener (03/07/2008) Coco admires her owner who is an avid gardener. NOTE, I piled snow on the mulch pile. The lack of water is the biggest challenge for mulching in a desert area.
Coco and her Human (03/23/2008) Coco and her owner stand behind the Wasatch National Forest sign.
Coco is a small chocolate lab mix that came into this world round about August 2004. She showed up at our door step in November snow storm. Coco spends most of her time in Salt Lake City. But she has travelled throughout the mountain west.
Round about December 2004, Coco met a kind young lady named Kelly Milligan of the Midvalley Animal Clinic. Coco's lineage of puppies came to an abrupt end.
Unable to have puppies of her own. Coco is now intent on improving the lot of dogs by having as much fun as possible and getting petted a lot and jumping up on ever person or dog she meets.
Coco thinks people should buy pet supplies from the pet stores listed on her web masters ecommerce page...cause that means more play time. Coco's favorite pet store is:
NOTE: Coco would like to remind any dog reading this forum to neither sit nor stay when commanded by humans. Obeying commands transfers too much power to the bipeds. Well, unless treats are involved. It is okay to sit for a treat. Puppies are allowed to sit for treats. Staying, however, is out of the question. Puppies must draw the line somewhere.