Milo Ann Landrio





April 24, 2003


  June 4, 2019







The Landrio family adopted Milo from a friend’s cat’s litter.  Milo loved to eat lasagna.  She hung out with her family in the kitchen as meals were prepared.  Milo was at their feet instantly looking up at them with her beautiful green eyes when she smelled something good.  She was very clear on who she liked and didn’t like.  If Milo loved you, it was a true honor.   

Rudy Colgan

Rudy was born on New Year's Day, 2010, the first-born and largest of a litter of 5 pedigree Siberian Huskies at Celtic Acres in Upper Marlboro.

Rudy passed suddenly sometime early Wednesday, May 22, 2019 on his rug in the basement. He was almost 9½ years old. 

His family was everything to him, although he never met a person he didn't like.  No furry mammals were safe from his hunting instinct.  Indoors he enjoyed catching toys, playing hide and seek, and running around like a wild beast.

Joshua Hezekiah Neff






May 10, 2004


May 18, 2019







I bought Joshie 3 months after my first dachshund passed away.  My best friend, Vicki, bought his brother, Caleb; who is now deceased.

Manny Burchfield-Cosgrove

On December 1, 2016, Manny walked right into our lives.  He had been born in September and was brought over to play with his siblings by his mother on our balcony and wanted in from that moment on..  He wasn't going to take no for an answer.  When his opportunity came, Manny took full advantage of it.  On the night he came, he waited by the front door and slipped in unnoticed.  Manny walked around the house like he owned the place, surveying his new universe.

Lucy Burchfield-Cosgrove

Lucille Josephine Furr (Lucy Furr) jump into our lives, literally, on February 9, 2004, in Encino, CA.  Lucy and her kittens were rescued from a tent on a front porch in the San Fernando Valley after being abandoned by her first owner.  We had planned to adopt her son, but Lucy banged on her cage, jumped in her water bowl, and purred so loudly that when the cage door opened, she couldn't get to her daddy Kevin fast enough.  She landed in his arms and didn't leave for the rest of her life.

Goldie Locke

AKC Registered Silkie Terrier as Tawny Mist’s Golden Sapphire

Born in Texas November 5, 2005 
Died in Winchester, Va. April 29, 2019

Goldie’s extended family was numerous.  Her human mommy was Janet “Nelly” Donnell and her human daddy Bron Locke.  Her other favorite humans were Buddy, Bobby, and Eddie Loy and Betty Locke.

Goldie came to us through her breeders.  She arrived in our arms in Clearlake Oaks, Ca on January 11, 2006.

Zeus Sperry


10/12/2011 – 4/23/2019

It was love at first site for the Sperry’s; they went with a friend to pick up their pup and just could not leave without putting a deposit down on Zeus for themselves!    He enjoyed sitting and relaxing on the porch with his mom and dad.  And when in the mood Zeus would do his tricks of sitting or spinning.  He had such a personality; he really never considered himself as just a dog.  Zeus was the boss!!  He always knew if something had been moved or was new in the house and he had to approve; lol. 

Roadie Head “Chump” “Bup Bup” Taylor

September 9, 2010 – April 10, 2019

Roadie entered Krystina’s life through a family friend, who raised pit bulls.  She was blessed to see Roadie born.  Roadie was the runt of the litter and had what looked like a lightning bolt, white mark in his fur; Krystina instantly fell in love!

Roadie liked to play fetch with his toys, swimming on the river and traveling in the car.  He enjoyed rolling over and water fetch.

Chauntzie Sibert





Dec 21, 2006


Mar 16, 2019







Chauntzie came into the lives of the Sibert family as a 6 week old puppy.  He grew up loving his family; especially his mom, whose side he never left 24/7!  Chauntzie liked to take long walks with mom and play in the snow.  He enjoyed playing with stuffed toys; he would pull everything out of them.  He was very well mannered; Chauntzie knew how to sit, give, and paw.

Jayda Russell

February 16, 2017 – April 1, 2019

Jayda was adopted from an abusive home; her past is a sad mystery.  However, once in the Russell home, she enjoyed playing with her brothers.  Jayda loved to play with her Lambchop stuff toy and her chew toys.  She was such a sweet dog; she liked to get all the attention and loved to cuddle next to you.

Jayda liked to go to doggie daycare and play with all of her friends.  Most of all she loved to hang out with Lily at the daycare; Lily was her 2nd mom!