Meet our other friends at the house that the doodles get used to while here! Besides our wonderful therapy dogs, we also have some company for them. We have their protector, Hera the Doberman Pinscher, bunnies, ducks, goats, a pot belly pig, chickens, a pony, and a miniature horse!
Hera is a baby red Doberman Pinscher from European and American lines. She is going to be our family friend and protector here. My husband, Frank, grew up with a red doberman and has waited 21 years to find the perfect one again. Hera will be working for my husband's repair business and sleeping on the couch when she gets off.
These are our Netherland Dwarf Rabbits. They are lots of fun and we breed them occasionally, too. The kids absolutely cannot get enough of the rabbits or their duck roommates.
You can check out www.snakeriverrabbitry.weebly.com for pictures of babies and more information.
<---This is baby Quackers! He is a very fun duck the kids can pick up and hold and I will post pictures when he gets all of his feathers in!
<---Here is Quackers with his beautiful feathers in the back and our new girl duck, Flappers! We have all decided we LOVE the duck eggs.
<----Our Spring 2015 Flock. The five white Pekings come to us from our friend Bev. She is Lady and Zeus' pup, Riley's mom from right near us in Chubbuck, Idaho.
Here is our new Miniature Appaloosa Stud Colt, Cocoa. He will mature at 30 inches tall. He is too much fun and loves visitors. We have high hopes for him as a stud, a show pony, and as a therapy horse. :)
This is our Shetland/Fox Trotter/Hackney Pony, Comet! He is an awesome Gelding that is still in training, but he will be back soon and we cannot wait.
Comet is now 9 months old and doing awesome! Jimmy Sue has got him to be our little "Pocket Pony". He will be coming home for some loving from us and then he will go back for training to pull a cart.
Comet has been home for a while now and we are loving him so much. He is very sweet and will follow us everywhere we go. He is best friends with Cocoa, the miniature horse here, the goats, and the ducks.