Young Pup (06/06/2010) I was told that this young puppy is a cross between a Golden and Labrador Retriever, convincing me that Coco is the same mix. The puppy's hair is shorter than Coco's, the owner says she had the shortest of the litter.
Stick Fetching (07/04/2010) Coco and Cash fetch sticks in the Boise River.
Cash Beats Coco (07/04/2010) Cash beats Coco to the stick in the Boise River.
Big Stick (07/04/2010) Coco fetches a twenty pound water soaked log from the Boise River.
Dog on Trail (07/14/2010) I am not sure of the status of dogs in Killyon Canyon. There was a stinky barrel for collecting dog bags at the trailhead.
Cut Logs (07/14/2010) Remnants of a large tree that fell over the trail in the not too distant past.
To the Park! (05/10/2010) Coco races to the pond at Old Mill Park for a swim.
Coco Guards the Turkey (11/28/2010) Coco Carefully Guards the Thanksgiving Turkey as it bakes. Otherwise, someone might just come in and steal the turkey from the oven, and that would be a crisis!
Coco Enjoys the Snow (12/21/2010) Neff Canyon is one of the last places in the Salt Lake area where people can let a dog off leash. Coco enjoys that the heavy ice and snow pulled the branches close over the trail.
Coco and Alice (12/21/2010) Coco plays with Alice under one of nature's Christmas Trees.
Coco (01/14/2011) I took this shot with my new smart phone. You can see she is bulking up on the front paws while her back paws are becoming weak. (NOTE, I enhanced the shadows to show the details of the dog's face.
One Dog Deep (01/11/2013) The snow appears to be about one dog deep.
Deep Powder Fetch (01/11/2013) The difficult part of playing fetch in deep powder is finding the ball.
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.