service dogs?

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Re: service dogs?

Postby Janice » Fri Jan 08, 2010 12:05 am

Hi KathyMichelle,

Sad news indeed. So sorry to hear of her traumatic situation. It is great to know she came through the surgery, I'm sure she'll be happy to see you when you're able to return. My thoughts and prayers are w/her for a successful recovery.

Take care, hope your appt w/the new NS went well.
GOD Bless!

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Re: service dogs?

Postby alabamanana » Sun Jan 10, 2010 12:36 am

Kathymichelle take heart and hear me well I am 63 almost 64years old and I have loved and been fortunate to have been loved by many a good dog in my life. Two things I want to say to you #1 Dog is God spelled backward and #2 a well loved dog will live alot longer than a veterinarian will predict. :P
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Re: service dogs?

Postby JaneMWM » Sun Jan 24, 2010 3:42 am

I am so sorry, so very sorry to hear about your dog's illness. *hugs*

I have a service dog and can't imagine how much strength you must have to endure this situation. He helps me with my Post Traumatic Stress. He's a little dog, but a huge pekingese! lol He has changed my life and i feel there isn't a possibility that his entrance into my life was coincidental.
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