Monday, March 27, 2017

For the Love of Dogs


Last weekend, I attended a dog show in West Tennessee with my family. Bandwidth and my husband went in one direction; I went in another. By the time we reconnected, we couldn't stop smiling. 




 


As one who has been owned by magnificent dogs, I hope to honor them with a passionate, worthy cause: S C O U T + S C A R L E T T.

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  1. What precious photos! We've had our golden retriever for 5 years and now I couldn't imagine our family without a dog! They have a way of stealing our hearts, don't they? Have a great week!
    Shelley

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  2. These doggie pics make me smile! I discovered late in life how much I love dogs. We had had outdoor farm dogs...but then I bought my very own registered golden puppy. It was love from the first hug. 😊

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    1. I know how much you loved Mikey. Losing a dog cuts right to the soul, doesn't it? I'm learning that the pain is eventually replaced by the joy they gave us.

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  3. The dog pictures were great. I got two rescued dogs and they are the best dogs I have ever had. I love them so much. I realize that they are big dogs, but they sure protect me and I am not afraid of living alone. The border collie, Waldo would kill anyone that tried to hurt me.

    So my wish for you is, I hope you get another dog and I know that it will have such a loving home.

    Mary

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    1. Mary, your good wish means the world to me. Thank you!

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  4. Who doesn't' love dogs ?? We've always had pet dogs, since I was a kid. I'm now 65 and have not been without at least one pet dog most of those years. We now have 4 rescued pitbulls and they are such a wonderful "family" since our kids and grandkids are all grown and no longer wish to cuddle on the couch with Grams and Papa. Pits are so loving and I hate that they've gotten a bad reputation by having had terrible owners. Losing a pet is just as difficult as losing a human relative or friend and sometimes harder because of the unconditional love they share with us. We will always have rescued dogs since there are so many that need loving homes. God bless you Michael and I hope you feel solace in His comforting care. Your pain will subside and you will again long for the companionship of another pet dog...............

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  5. Those pictures are AMAZING!!!!!

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  6. I showed my husband your picture of the sweet Pomeranian. He thought I was showing him a picture of our baby girl. It is uncanny how identical they look. She will be four years old in August and has brought us so much joy every day..the love of our life! You had to have fun! Good luck on finding the perfect dog for your family.

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