September 6, 2003
"Could I Have This Dance For The Rest Of My Life?"

The following 35 Bichons were rescued from a commercial kennel auction.
Meet the DANCERS! All are named after real DANCES!

(These names are NOT their real names and are for paperwork purposes only. Their new families can name them after adoption!)


Jive June with her three babies, 2 Step Tina,
Adano Allan, and Macarena Mable.


Foxtrot Fanny (Mama) and her three babies
Samba Sam, Flamico Franny and Cha Cha Chuckey.


Peabody Pom and her two babies Jig Jim and
Waltzer Wally


Swing Sue and her FOUR babies Hussle Hank, Stroll Sally, Polka Pete, and Stomp Sara


Alamanda Amanda
F 8 mos 1/21/03


Ballet Betty
F 2 years 7/10/01


Charleston Charles
M 6 mos 4/01/03


Disco Donna
8 years 12/29/84


Hop Hellen
F 6 mos 03/30/05



Jagg John
Male 6 mos. 4/03/03


Jitterbug June
F 14 mos 7/10/02


Lindy Linda
F 14 mos 7/22/02


Majurka Marge
F 8 mos 0/21/03


Marenjug Madge
F 8 years 12/29/94


Minuet Minnie
F 8 mos 1/21/03



Raindance Rita
F 12/9/02 9 mos


Rumba Rick
M 6 mos 3/06/03


Sedona (Sedona was a commercial kennel cull)
F 04/27/97


Spanish Gyspy Senorita
F 6 mos 3/30/03


Tango Ted
M 5 mos 4/11/03


Twist Trudy
F 9 mos 12/09/02

Virginia Reel
F 16 mos. 05/07/02


Tap Tammy
21 mos. 01/06/02

Could I have This Dance?
Anne Murry
I’ll always remember the song they were playin’
The first time we danced and I knew
As we swayed to the music and held to each other
I fell in love with you

CHORUS
Could I have this dance for the rest of my life
Would you be my partner every night
When we’re together it feels so right
Could I have this dance for the rest of my life

I’ll always remember that magic moment
When I held you close to me
As we moved together, I knew forever
You’re all I’ll ever need.