Here is where we feature our Enchanted Pet of the Month.
Sally is a Wheaten Terrier with a job: she actually has her ''own'' business selling dog food. Sally Buddy Mulberry is a representative for Flint River Ranch dog food and one of the things she uses her ''allowance'' for is coming to see us at Paws.
Sally and her human mom also organize Wheaten gatherings from time to time.
Tara and Squish (her ''real'' name is ''Exquisite'', but she goes happily by the nickname ''Squish'' belong to a lovely Papillon aficionado with a lot of experience in the breed. It is always an honor to have these lovely girls grace our playpen at Paws of Enchantment!
Boomer the Wheaten Terrier has led a high profile life with his owners and also appeared in several nationally televised national dog shows. Boomer enjoys life with his cousin, Checkers, daughter, Torie, and human family, Albert and Fred. Boomer's interests include trips to the beach house and attending celebrity birthday parties, being an honored guest in holiday parades, and, most of all, loving and being with his human 'dad'.
Cotton the English Setter is as sweet as he is handsome. He reminds me of one of my favorite-ever clients, Django...also an English Setter. I may have to have one of these guys one day! He shares his home with ''big sister'', Louie, and his human family in Cheverly, MD.
Jackson is a mellow guy who appears to enjoy taking life slow and enjoying every minute; a no-rush, no-stress kind of guy. On the grooming table he lays down and truly enjoys the treatments, and on a walk, he has a beautiful slow, suspended gait, reminiscent of someone taking an old-fashioned Sunday stroll.
At least most of the time, that is. We have recently discovered that when the spirit strikes Jackson to get moving, he really gets moving, and can whip around the spa in excited circles of immense enthusiasm!-- only to re-settle back down into his leisurely, country-gentleman mode.
Shouldn't we all take a lesson from this handsome guy?