Meet the Wag ‘n Woof K-9 Crew! From oldest to youngest:
Cricket is a purebred beagle, born on September 1st, 2004. She joined our family after the loss of our Lab mix Maggie, as a companion for our beagle Kobi. Cricket is a ball obsessed (and it better be a West Paw design ball) beagle with a ton of energy even at 10 years old. She can be a bossy lady, and likes to have things her own way, so no one wants to mess with her! If you’d like to hear her whole story, Read more about Cricket here!
Sheba is a purebred golden retriever, born on October 25th, 2004. She came to our family with her brother and littermate Moses (see below). Sheba loves to play fetch as well, but she lets Cricket do most of the work. What she really enjoys is chewing on the toys, and destroying them. Her registered name is “Her Highness Queen Sheba”. Sheba can be a bit timid at times, but she loves people and is a sweet girl through and through. You can read more about Sheba here!
Luke is the newest member of our family, he came to us from down South through a rescue as an 8 week old puppy. He was born on October 27th, 2013. Luke enjoys playing with his sisters, especially keep away, and bitey face with Sheba. Luke is a loving and cuddly boy and smart as a whip. He enjoys clicker training and learns new things very quickly. You can read more about how Luke joined our family by clicking here.
Crew at the Rainbow bridge:
Kobi: 10/2000 – 2/13/14
Kobi was our first beagle and turned us into beagle lovers. He came to us from other family and joined our Lab mix Maggie. The two were best friends until Maggie’s sudden death in 2004. Kobi was devastated, and we had to get him a new companion as quickly as possible. Kobi was the most easygoing dog and he loved everyone. He loved to walk or to just hang out with us wherever we were. He is greatly missed. You can read more about Kobi here.
Moses: 10/25/04 – 6/24/13
Moses Evan Bear joined our family at Christmas of 2004 with his sister Sheba. Moses was just a big silly lug who loved everyone, especially his sister Sheba. The two of them played constantly. He enjoyed fetch as well, and learned to pass the ball off to Cricket flawlessly every time. He was a homebody who preferred to stay in his own yard playing, he wasn’t much for walks or swimming but he did enjoy those things from time to time. We lost Moses to cancer at only 8 years old, and he left a big empty space where he had been. His memory lives on in all of our hearts. You can learn more of Moses’ story by clicking here.