Saturday, 29 December 2012

December's Photo of The Month Competition - 5 More Days To Enter!


There are just 5 days left to enter December's Pooch & Mutt Facebook Photo Of The Month competition.

You can look at some of the entries already submitted and add your own pictures of your dog by going to www.facebook.com/poochandmutt. 

Competition closes on Wednesday, 2nd of January. The winner will receive some lovely Pooch & Mutt goodies!

Tuesday, 25 December 2012

Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas from all of us at Pooch & Mutt. We would like to thank you for your continued support and wish you all health and happiness this Christmas.


Monday, 24 December 2012

December's Photo of The Month Competition - 10 More Days To Enter!



There are just 10 more days left to enter December's Pooch & Mutt Facebook Photo Of The Month competition.


You can look at some of the entries already submitted and add your own pictures of your dog by going to www.facebook.com/poochandmutt. 

Competition closes on Wednesday, 2nd of January. The winner will receive some lovely Pooch & Mutt goodies!

Wednesday, 19 December 2012

Candy: Chocolate Labrador with mobility problems


Elin adopted eight year old Candy from a friend who is a breeder of Chocolate Labradors. Elin knew that Candy was not perfectly fit, but this did not deter her.
Two weeks after adopting Candy Elin was woken up in the early hours of the morning with the most awful squealing from Candy… Candy was unable to move.
A couple of hours later Elin took her to the vets and they immediately prescribed pain killers. She was told that Candy had arthritis.
Despite putting Candy on painkillers, she was still in pain, so Elin decided to do research online and discovered Mobile Bones. She decided to give it ago and according to Elin one month after on Mobile Bones Candy seemed a lot more comfortable. Two months later Elin noticed that jumping stopped causing discomfort to her. Eight months later Candy is like a young dog and she does not struggle to keep up with Elin's three year old lab.
To read original Elin's testimonial click here.

Tuesday, 11 December 2012

Customer Survey Results

At Pooch & Mutt we value our customers and their opinion. A couple of weeks ago we have decided to conduct a short customer survey to see what our customers have to say about us and our products. We have gotten in touch with all of the customers that we have had throughout the year and we asked them five simple questions: Would you recommend Pooch & Mutt products to other people? Would you buy Pooch & Mutt products again? How often do you use Pooch & Mutt products? How did you found out about Pooch & Mutt products? What do you like the most about Pooch & Mutt products?

We have just finished analyzing the results this morning and we were quite pleased with what we have learned. We have learned that 100% of respondents would recommend our products to other people and 100% of respondents would buy our products again. Over 86% of our customers use Pooch & Mutt products regularly. It was also interesting to learn that over 38% respondents stated that they have learned about our products as a result of print media. The same number of respondents have stated that they have learned about Pooch & Mutt through online media. 9% said that they have learned about us as a result of friend's recommendation. We were quite pleased to learn that people from learn about our products through many different media channels. To download survey results click here.

Monday, 10 December 2012

And The November's Winner Is...


We had some fantastic entries in the November's photo contest! Thank you for taking part by posting pictures and voting.

The results:
Photo 
submitted by Karin Hick -  19 votes
Photo submitted by Lyndsey Downes -  12 votes
Photo submitted by Tracy Gail Clayton -  2 votes

Congratulations to Karin Hick!

If you missed out this month, don't worry - you can enter December's Photo Of The Month competition by uploading photos of your dog to our Facebook group wall (www.facebook.com/poochandmutt).


GOOD LUCK!

Friday, 7 December 2012

Jack: Rough Collie with stiff joints and mobility problems

Jack is a Rough Collie. He is 11 years old and is very active. Mary thinks that Jack does not realize that he is 11! Mary wrote to us and informed that last year Jack began limping on his front leg and was quite stiff getting up. After countless of vet visits, Mary was recommended to start giving Jack pain killers, but she did not want to do so. After learning about Mobile Bones in one of the dog magazines, Mary decide to give it a try. Jack has been on Mobile Bones ever since and he stopped limping and struggling up. Mary is happy because Jack is back to ball chasing and he has no objection to eating it.

To read original Mary's testimonial click here

Thursday, 6 December 2012

Teddy: English Springer Spaniel needing digestion aid


Teddy is Jan's English Springer Spaniel. Teddy is is just 5 years old and this summer he nearly died of Auto-Immune Haemolytic Anaemia. Jan also told us that as a follow on to that he has had Inflammatory bowel problems.
Jan have given him Bionic Biotic probiotics to help keep his digestion healthy and according to Jan they have helped enormously.
To read the original Jan's testimonial click here.

Monday, 3 December 2012

Izzy: Staffie Lab cross with joint problems



Izzy is a Staffie and Labrador cross and she is seven years old. Jennifer has adopted Izzy from Many Tears Animal Rescue when Izzy was only 10 months old. Jennifer realized that her dog Izzy has been treated very badly.

Izzy has had both of her cruciate ligaments operated on in the last two years and according to Jennifer her recovery has been slow, but since she has been on Mobile Bones Jennifer has noticed a return of her old bounce and sense of humor

To Jennifer Izzy is the most kind and loving dog.

To read original Jeniffer's testimonial click here.

Friday, 30 November 2012

Photo of The Month - November's Finalists

November has been a wonderful month for photos! Thanks for sending them in.


Below are the 3 finalists we have chosen. Now it's up to you to vote for your favorite. All you have to do is go to Pooch & Mutt's Facebook Page and click "like" under your favorite photo. The photo with the most "likes" wins. To cast your vote, click here.

The winning photo will be featured on the top of the Pooch & Mutt Facebook page on our timeline. 
Voting closes on Monday, 10th of December.

To enter December's Photo of the Month competition, simply upload photos of your dog to our Facebook group.

Photo A. Submitted by Karin Hick

Photo B. Submitted by Lyndsey Downes

Photo C. Submitted by Tracy Gail Clayton

Thursday, 29 November 2012

Dog grooming with Anita Kytomaa, Owner of Woofs to Kittys

In this video Anita Kytomaa, owner of Woofs to Kittys pet grooming parlour in South West London, shows us how to properly clip and trim dogs hair. If you ever wanted to see how professional dog groomers work, look no further, because Anita will show you everything that you need to know about dog grooming.

Monday, 26 November 2012

November's Photo of The Month Competition - 5 More Days To Enter!



There are just 5 days left to enter November's Pooch & Mutt Facebook Photo Of The Month competition.

You can look at some of the entries already submitted and add your own pictures of your dog by going to www.facebook.com/poochandmutt. 

Competition closes on Friday, 30th of November. The winner will receive some lovely Pooch & Mutt goodies!

Thursday, 22 November 2012

November's Photo of The Month Competition - 9 More Days To Enter!


There are just 9 more days left to enter November's Pooch & Mutt Facebook Photo Of The Month competition.

You can look at some of the entries already submitted and add your own pictures of your dog by going to www.facebook.com/poochandmutt. 

Competition closes on Friday, 30th of November. The winner will receive some lovely Pooch & Mutt goodies!

Wednesday, 21 November 2012

Tracy Myers reviews Bionic Biotic



In this video Tracy Myers reviews Bionic Biotic. Before using Bionic Biotic Tracy's dog had really bad stools and he also had really bad coat. After using the supplement for only two months Tracy's dog now looks great, his coat has improved, his digestion no longer bothers him and he now has solid stools.

Friday, 16 November 2012

Mobile Bones Review by Juliet and Allison


In this video Julie and Allison talk about Mobile Bones have helped their Border Collies. Juliet’s dog is now sixteen years old, whereas Allison’s dog is twelve years old. Because of their old age both of these dogs were having mobility problems and they weren't as active as they used to be. Both Julie and Allison say that Mobile Bones have helped them to improve their mobility and become more active dogs. Both Julie and Allison have been giving their dogs Mobile Bones for over two years now.

Monday, 12 November 2012

Wil and Bruce: Kelpies with joint problems


In the picture above you can see Wil and Bruce, Sarah's two Kelpies. Wil is eight years old and Bruce is twelve years old. Sarah informed us that Will has had a cruciate ligament operation this year and she was also informed by the the vet that Wil had arthritis on the joint. Sarah's vet told her that  Will will have to be Metacam for the rest of his life. Her other dog, Bruce, has had arthritis and stiffness in his front legs. Sarah told us that Bruce's mobility earlier in the year was so bad he had a limit of 20 min exercise a day. 
Sarah started giving them on the Mobile Bones and according to her over the next three months they both gradually improved. 6 months later, Wil is completely off his ‘Metacam’ and they are both enjoying two hour walks across Dartmoor.
To read original Sarah's comment about how Mobile Bones has helped Will and Bruce click here.

Friday, 9 November 2012

And The October's Winner Is...



We had some fantastic entries in the October's photo contest! Thank you for taking part by posting pictures and voting.

The results:
Photo 
submitted by Mara Baker -  76 votes
Photo submitted by Lyndsay N Neil Nicholson -  36 votes
Photo submitted by Tammyandian Wellard - 10 votes

Congratulations to Mara Baker!

If you missed out this month, don't worry - you can enter November's Photo Of The Month competition by uploading photos of your dog to our Facebook group wall (www.facebook.com/poochandmutt).


GOOD LUCK!

Thursday, 8 November 2012

Riley: Irish Setter, White Retriever Cross With Diarrhea



Riley, aged 5, is an Irish Setter x White Retriever who has had bad diarrhea problems for a couple of years. Jenny told us that tests at the vets showed no problems with Riley and in despair she has turned to the internet for help. This is how Jenny discovered Bionic Biotic.
Jenny told us that since giving Riley Bionic Biotic on his food everyday, he has had no problems, and has become livelier too… Jenny hadn't realized how subdued he had become.
To read Jenny's original comment about how Bionic Biotic has helped her dog Riley click here.

Wednesday, 7 November 2012

Elle: Golden Retriever With Dry, Itchy Skin



Jean and William wanted to share this picture of their Golden Retriever Elle with us.
Elle is seven and a half and some time ago William and Jean have noticed that she was scratching constantly. In addition to this her coat was very dull, she had dry skin and her coat had an odor which that they didn't like. 
They did some research and came across Pooch & Mutt site. After reading some reviews and William and Jean decided to give Bionic Biotic a try. According to Jean, since putting Elle on Bionic Biotic her skin has much improved and they will continue putting it into her food.
To read original Jean's and William's testimonial click here.

Friday, 2 November 2012

Rusty: Dog With Dry, Itchy Skin


David's dog used to itch and scratch constantly, which resulted in sore, dry and bloody skin as well as lost of hair. David's friend recommended him to try Bionic Bionic, but David was skeptical at first. He tried many other products before, but nothing seemed to help, but because his friend swore by it, David decided to order a sample pack to see whether his dog will take it. 
David's dog, Rusty, can be very fussy and he was worried that she will not like the product, but he was amazed when he noticed that his dog ate all of the food that had Bionic Biotic mixed in. 
After about a week David started to notice that she wasn't biting or scratching as often as she used to and after another week went by scratching and biting ceased. 
To read the whole story about how Bionic Biotic helped David's dog Rusty click here.

Thursday, 1 November 2012

Photo of The Month: October's Finalists

October has been a wonderful month for photos! Thanks for sending them in.

Below are the 3 finalists we have chosen. Now it's up to you to vote for your favorite. All you have to do is go to Pooch & Mutt's Facebook Page and click "like" under your favorite photo. The photo with the most "likes" wins. To cast your vote, click here.

The winning photo will be featured on the top of the Pooch & Mutt Facebook page on our timeline. 

Voting closes on Friday, 9th of October.

To enter November's Photo of the Month competition, simply upload photos of your dog to our Facebook group.


Submitted by Lyndsay N Neil Nicholson:



Submitted by Mara Baker:



Submitted by Tammyandian Wellard:


Saturday, 27 October 2012

October's Photo of The Month Competition - 5 More Days To Enter!


There are just 5 days left to enter October's Pooch & Mutt Facebook Photo Of The Month competition.

You can look at some of the entries already submitted and add your own pictures of your dog by going to www.facebook.com/poochandmutt. 

Competition closes on Thursday, 1st of November. The winner will receive some lovely Pooch & Mutt goodies!

Friday, 26 October 2012

Blue: Neapolitan Mastiff, Great Dane Cross With Hip Discomfort


Blue is Emma's five year old Neapolitan Mastiff x Great Dane – a lovely sweet boy, who came to her as a rescue dog at only 10 months old. Within a few weeks of having him home it became clear to Emma that he was having trouble with his hips and/or back legs, and her fears were confirmed by the vet, who after x-raying him, diagnosed Blue with hip *******. 
As you can imagine, this was initially quite a shattering piece of news for Emma – such a horrible thought to think of a dog so young, with his entire life ahead of him, having to live a restricted life due to this horrible condition!

Emma's vet put Blue on Metacam, that had to be taken daily initially for six weeks, and then every other day for a further six weeks, and then they had to return to the vets to reassess after this time. Emma did everything as instructed, and sure enough, Blue did improve immensely during his time on Metacam, but ahw had the ever present niggling thought at the back of her mind, that she just wasn't comfortable having her boy on such a powerful drug, which had numerous serious side affects, long term – especially since Blue was still really only a pup!

She took to her trusty friend Google, and stumbled across Mobile Bones, ordering a packet to try – Emma has never looked back. Blue has had it pretty much daily ever since, and no longer has any need for regular Metacam – he came off it completely within eight weeks of starting Mobile Bones, and now only needs the tiniest drop if he really over does things. Over the years Emma has tried numerous other joint care supplements with Blue, just out of curiosity really, but nothing hits the spot like Mobile Bones, and they always come back to it – Emma now packed in all the messing around trailing other products, and stick firmly to Mobile Bones.

To view original Emma's testimonial click here.





*To comply with VMD regulations some medical terminology has been replaced with asterisks. We hope that this does not affect your reading pleasure.

Wednesday, 24 October 2012

Nelly: Staffordshire Bull Terrier With Itchy Skin



Jo messaged us and wanted to say thanks for our supplement Bionic Biotic. Her Staffordshire bull terrier Nelly suffers from dreadful itching caused by unknown allergies.  Thanks to Bionic Biotic Jo's dog Nelly has not had to take steroids for the last three weeks and just one ***** a day. Jo states that this is a vast improvement from four ***** and two steroids per day at her worst. She hope to cut her ***** out in the next couple of weeks.
To read original Jo's testimonial click here.



*To comply with VMD regulations some medical terminology has been replaced with asterisks. We hope that this does not affect your reading pleasure.

Tuesday, 23 October 2012

October's Photo of The Month Competition - 10 More Days To Enter!




There are just 10 more days left to enter October's Pooch & Mutt Facebook Photo Of The Month competition.

You can look at some of the entries already submitted and add your own pictures of your dog by going to www.facebook.com/poochandmutt. 

Competition closes on Thursday, 1st of November. The winner will receive some lovely Pooch & Mutt goodies!

Friday, 19 October 2012

Denzel: Miniature Daschund With Spinal Disc Injury



Hayley's 15 year old miniature daschund had had a spinal disc injury which made him go completely off his legs. Hayley was told the worst and she was utterly devastated. She took him for swimming classes in order to try and get the feeling back into his legs. Denzel's therapist recommend Hayley to try  Mobile Bones. After 3 weeks Denzel is now running around and back to full health! 
To learn more about how Mobile Bones have helped Denzel click here.

Thursday, 18 October 2012

Mobile Bones vs. Yumove

A couple of days ago we have noticed an interested ongoing discussion on one of the biggest pet forums in United Kingdom where people were comparing Mobile Bones to Yumove. Here is what members of Pet Forums had to say about Mobile Bones:

SixStar, forum member with over 4,684 posts has stated:

"I personally vote for Mobile Bones. It has made the absolute world of difference to my fella with hip dysplasia - since using it he has been able to come off his pain relief, and lives a perfectly normal life, and can do all the running around that he wants. I've tried several different brands with him (including Yumove) but I always come back to Mobile Bones - I don't know what makes it so good, it contains the same active ingredients as the rest of the ones on the market, but there is something about it that suits my boy down to the ground - excellent stuff! Quite palatable too, Blue is happy to take it with his food, and no tablets to fuss about with."

Several posts later Mum2Heidi, forum member with 8,241 posts, has added:

"Mobile Bones all the way here as well. I used their Bionic Biotic supplement when Heidi had an ongoing tum upset that vet meds just couldnt sort long term. When my OAP cat show signed of stiffness, I contacted Pooch and Mutt to see if she could have MB. He ok'd it and I put her on it. Within a few doses she was like a spring lamb and has been ever since. My friend dogs has luxating patella and after vet meds, she put her onto MB and she is doing great. Heidi had a limp that kept recurring. I'd rest her for a bit and it would go, then back again. Since MB - nothing and its been months now. I cant recommend it highly enough. It may have a few nondescript bits and bobs but the combination as a whole works well. For your youngster, I would probably give him a while on full dose to get it into his system and them perhaps half dose for maintenance. You can always email Pooch and Mutt - Guy is v helpful."



Friday, 12 October 2012

Henry: 11 Year Old Labrador With Stiff Joints


Judy got in touch with us to let us know how well her 11 year year old chocolate lab, Henry, was doing on Mobile Bones. Judy had him for three years and in the last year she has noticed that he had been getting increasingly stiff with occasional lameness.
Henry loves the water and sometimes overdoes things, but Judy didn't want to limit his enjoyment on the beach or in the river too much. She tried various joint support foods, prescription medication and nutritional supplements but nothing seemed to make a noticeable difference. When she read the reviews about Pooch & Mutt products she was sceptical, but thought she would try again. According to Judy, Henry (surprisingly for a lab) had refused to eat some of the other supplements, but didn't seem to mind Mobile Bones. She started feeding it to him in July 2012.
Judy didn't see an overnight change, but gradually noticed that gradually Henry became less stiff after lying down any length of time.  After just over two months, he is moving much better even first thing in the morning, and has only had one slight episode of lameness after a more energetic than usual trip to the beach. Judy have also been feeding him with Bionic Biotic as when he came to her, he had itchy ears and chin and often chewed his paws. Itching have also calmed. He has ********** which is now under control with medication and this may be contributory to his overall health and energy levels, but Judy does feel that Pooch & Mutt products have really helped Henry's mobility in particular.
To read the original Judy's testimonial click here.


*To comply with VMD regulations some medical terminology has been replaced with asterisks. We hope that this does not affect your reading pleasure.

Wednesday, 10 October 2012

And The September's Winner Is...



We had some fantastic entries in the September's photo contest! Thank you for taking part by posting pictures and voting.

The results:
Photo 
submitted by Jill Lowes -  32 votes
Photo submitted by Annie Wills -  49 votes
Photo submitted by Donna Jean Warlick - 8 votes

Congratulations to Annie Wills!

If you missed out this month, don't worry - you can enter October's Photo Of The Month competition by uploading photos of your dog to our Facebook group wall (www.facebook.com/poochandmutt).


GOOD LUCK!

Wednesday, 3 October 2012

Finlay: Border Collie With Mobility Problems


Finlay is a nine year old Border Collie who, according to Chris, is a complete agility addict. When he was learning agility he was absolutely manic, Chris was even told not to bring him to the club for six months to give him chance to calm down. 
Chris has noticed that in the past couple of years Finlay had calmed down remarkably, and when he developed a limp on one leg after training she gave Finlay Mobile Bones
The change is dramatic, Finlay is back to his manic self and he can train for much longer before showing signs of any problems, his recovery time if he does overdo it is greatly reduced also. To learn more about how Mobile Bones helped Finlay click here.

Tuesday, 2 October 2012

Photo of The Month: September's Finalists

September has been a wonderful month for photos! Thanks for sending them in.

Below are the 3 finalists we have chosen. Now it's up to you to vote for your favorite. All you have to do is go to Pooch & Mutt's Facebook Page and click "like" under your favorite photo. The photo with the most "likes" wins. To cast your vote, click here.

The winning photo will be featured on the top of the Pooch & Mutt Facebook page on our timeline. 
Voting closes on Wednesday, 10th of October.

To enter October's Photo of the Month competition, simply upload photos of your dog to our Facebook group.

Photo A: Donna Jean Warlick




Photo B: Annie Wills




Photo : Jill Lowes

Thursday, 27 September 2012

September's Photo of The Month Competition - 5 More Days To Enter!



There are just 5 days left to enter September's Pooch & Mutt Facebook Photo Of The Month competition.

You can look at some of the entries already submitted and add your own pictures of your dog by going to www.facebook.com/poochandmutt. 

Competition closes on Friday, 1st of October. The winner will receive some lovely Pooch & Mutt goodies!

Tuesday, 25 September 2012

Sanchez: Lurcher With Runny Stools and Undiagnosed Skin Condition


Sanchez was rescued three years ago when he was around one. Jean noticed that Sanchez was very underweight and had an undiagnosed skin condition. Not being house-trained however gave Jean the biggest headache as his bowels were very loose and of course this did not help him gain weight either. Jean scoured the Internet for reports of similar problems and lit upon Pooch & Mutt’s Bionic Biotic supplement. To learn how Bionic Biotic helped Sanchez click here.

Monday, 24 September 2012

September's Photo of The Month Competition - 8 More Days To Enter!


There are just 8 more days left to enter September's Pooch & Mutt Facebook Photo Of The Month competition.
 
You can look at some of the entries already submitted and add your own pictures of your dog by going to www.facebook.com/poochandmutt. 

Competition closes on Monday, 1st of October. The winner will receive some lovely Pooch & Mutt goodies!

Friday, 14 September 2012

Friday Roundtup: World's Tallest Dog, America's Got Talent and more..

Zeus, World's Tallest Dog


Meet Zeus, world's tallest dog from Michigan, United States. Zeus was named the tallest dog ever recorded in the latest Guinness Book of World Records launched yesterday. Every single day Zeus eats more than 14 kilograms (30 pounds) of food and currently weighs over 70 kilograms! To learn more about Zeus click here.

Puppy act wins America's Got Talent

"America's Got Talent", equivalent of "Britain's Got Talent", is finally over and Olate Dogs have been crowned as the Season 7 winners. Have a look at this impressive act:






Dogs vs. Boots

There are thousands of pictures and videos available online showing dogs wearing fancy clothes and boots. The fact is that not all dogs love wearing boots, some of them hate it and this funny video is a perfect example.








Monday, 10 September 2012

And The August Winner Is...

We had some fantastic entries in the August's photo contest! Thank you for taking part by posting pictures and voting.

The results:
Photo 
submitted by Jo Hodgson -  87 votes
Photo submitted by Maria Martin -  71 votes
Photo submitted by Paula Donaldson - 21 votes

Congratulations to Jo Hodgson!

If you missed out this month, don't worry - you can enter July's Photo Of The Month competition by uploading photos of your dog to our Facebook group wall (www.facebook.com/poochandmutt).


GOOD LUCK!



Friday, 7 September 2012

Friday Roundup

Every Friday we share with you some of the most interesting dog stories around the web. Today we have got some really exciting stories to share with you

Pooch & Mutt Managing Director Raises £3,614 For Hearing Dogs For Deaf People




Pooch & Mutt managing director raised £3,614 for Hearing Dogs For Deaf People. Hearing Dogs for Deaf People is a national charity and centre of excellence in training hearing dogs to alert deaf people to everyday household sounds and danger signals in the home, work place and in public buildings. To learn more about this charity and support their cause click here

Britain's Fattest Dog Diets After Ballooning To Same Weight As Wayne Rooney

Ever wondered how fat our dogs can get? Well, here's a picture of Alfie, Britain's fattest dog, who weighs almost as much as Wayne Rooney.


To learn more about Britain's fattest dog Alfie click here



Facebook Photo of The Month Competition Closes on Monday, 10th of September



Pooch & Mutt monthly competition closes on Monday, 10th of September. So far the picture submitted by Jo Hodgson is leading with 86 votes. Picture submitted by Maria Martin is not so far behind with 71 votes! To vote click here.










Wednesday, 5 September 2012

Video Wednesday: Best Dog Tricks

Everyday Wednesday we will be bringing you the best dog videos around the web. Today we have got three great videos to share with you in which dogs perform some amazing tricks: from Labrador that you can send to do the shopping for you to dog Jesse who skips rope, does frontlips and more.

Labrador That Does The Shopping For You


Dog Jesse performs Amazing Dog Tricks 


Play Dead with dramatic pug stumble





Friday, 31 August 2012

Photo of The Month: August's Finalists

August has been a wonderful month for photos! Thanks for sending them in.


Below are the 3 finalists we have chosen.
Now it's up to you to vote for your favourite. All you have to do is go to Pooch & Mutt's Facebook Page and click "like" under your favourite photo. The photo with the most "likes" wins. To cast your vote, CLICK HERE

The winning photo will be featured on the top of the Pooch & Mutt Facebook page on our timeline. 
Voting closes on Monday, 10th of September.

To enter September's Photo of the Month competition, simply upload photos of your dog to our Facebook group.

Photo A - Submitted by Jo Hodgson



 Photo B - Submitted by Paula Donaldson






Photo C - Submitted by Maria Martin