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Misha and Bandit


Bandit and Misha


"A person who has never owned a dog has missed a wonderful part of life."
—Bob Barker

Misha was born in 2008 and was adopted from the Humane Society of the Palouse in June 2009. According to a Wisdom Panel Pro blood test, Misha's ancestry contains a significant amount of Cocker Spaniel and also includes an intermediate amount of Pekingese and Dachshund. Her whiskers make her look a little like a wise old man. For a little 12 lbs dog, she is quite scrappy and quick. She loves people and will happily jump on a table or into a lap to offer licks of joy to any unsuspecting park visitor.


"A dog can express more with his tail in minutes than his owner can express with his tongue in hours."
—Author Unknown

Bandit was born on Christmas Eve 2010. His mother was a Rat Terrier and his father was a Papillon. Bandit is a submissive 16 lbs dog that used to spend the first part of his dog park visits on his back. He has gotten a little more confidence since then and is ready to run  and play with the other dogs as long as they are gentle and play with him one at a time. He is never far from his owners legs for quick protection whenever things get too overwhelming.

Penny, in loving memory

1995 - 2011