U-CDX Sally Amber Starlite, CD, AX, MXJ, NAP, OJP, O-EJC, EAC, EGC, EAC-V, EJC-V, EGC-V, NGC-V, PD1, JS-N, RV-N, CGC
9/15/1991 – 7/21/2006
Sally was my “Novice A Everything” dog. She was my heart dog, my soulmate and all those other names dog people have for The One that’s special beyond words. She absolutely adored agility. Call me weird, but sometimes I feel her running with us – usually in jumpers (her favorite class) at sites where she used to trial. Or perhaps it’s just the wind, who knows… whichever it is, she’s the angel on my shoulders. I will always love her and dearly miss her!
7/26/1988 – 1/18/2004
Tiffy was a quirky little little brown dog who made me fall in love with Shelties. She came to live with me when she was 3 years old. A tragic freak accident kept her from ever participating in performance activities, which was a shame, because she was energetic and smart as a whip. She would have loved agility!
March?/1993 – April 7, 2009
Jasmine was just the sweetest cat – loved to snuggle, loved the dogs, she was gentle and fun-loving.
1976 – 1996
I discovered Dusty at the animal shelter when I was working there. He was a big, beautiful cat with a personality to match. Playful, super-sociable and affectionate, he was the most confident and outgoing cat I’ve ever had – even a trip to the vet was just one more wonderful, fun adventure for him! Had I known then what I know now I would definitely have trained him and tried to get him into photo shoots and film work – I think he would have been a natural!
Conservative estimates of his age put him at about 5 or 6 when I adopted him, which means he lived to be around 20 years old!
September 1980 – February 1994
Marlene was the first cat I had as an adult. She was smart and funny and we were inseperable. I lost her to cancer at far too young an age.