SLIDESHOW: Chilliwack Progress readers share their best holiday pet photos
This is Jellybean the miniature horse. He is over 18 years old, cute as a button and sweet as can be. He lives in Yarrow with his draft horse friends at Freedom Acrobatics vaulting club. (Submitted by Pam Dykstra) Meet Rodeo. He is over 12 years old, was in a car accident and told he would never walk again. A year later he’s out running on the local trails bringing a smile to the face of everyone he comes across. He lives in Yarrow and may or may not be Santa’s 10th reindeer. (Submitted by Shay Kristan) Five-month-old tabby Mocha enjoys a little nap mid-holidays. (Submitted by Erin Newlove Nicholas) Brittany, a five-year-old blind spaniel models the latest in puppy holiday wear. (Submitted by Sharron Young Guillermo) Ricky is seven and recently adopted. He looks perfectly at home and has fully embraced the Christmas season. (Submitted by Natasha Herrick) Reba, Hank and Dolly, a country trio of Australian Shepherds, are sparkling with Christmas joy. (Submitted by Lynn Brisbin Rodgers) Reba, Hank and Dolly, a country trio of Australian Shepherds, are sparkling with Christmas joy. (Submitted by Lynn Brisbin Rodgers) Rogie, short for pierogi, is wishing everyone a Merry Christmas. (Submitted by Selena Glaim) Cinnamon may be 17 but she’s still as mischievous as ever, her owner says. (Submitted by Sherry Bittle Patterson) Hershey, a three-month-old chocolate labradoodle, seems to be pretty relaxed about the holidays. (Submitted by Christy Gunther-Jefremow) Rey and Finn, who are three-year-old sister and brother beagliers, sit pretty for a picture in front of the tree. (Submitted by Robyn Nicole) Winnie, a five-year-old lab, lets Santa know what to leave under the tree. (Submitted by Dezerae Scherle) Diego, a 10-year-old Shih Tzu, has really got the holiday spirit. (Submitted by Kelly Ruscheinsky) Rolex is an 11-year-old quarter horse who has perfectly posed for the camera. (Submitted by Tanya Thompson) Buster is a five-year-old English Bulldog who loves Christmas. (Submitted by Amber Pynn)
Chilliwack pet owners never disappoint when it comes to sharing their best pet pictures.
And this Christmas is no different.
The Progress put out a call for holiday pet photos and received more than 130 submissions. Here are just a few of our favourites.
Remember, photos can be sent to The Progress any time of the year. Email them to firstname.lastname@example.org and put Community Camera in the subject line, along with a brief description and date of the photo, and the name of the photographer.
We wish all our readers, and their pets, a wonderful holiday.
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