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The Last Breath

The hardest part was feeling his soft breath on my arm as I held him, knowing that in just a few minutes his breath would be no more.  Lying in my arms, cradled in a blue and white flannel blanket,

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No Roses at the Animal Shelter

Tis the season and the antics at the shelter are in full swing – and not by the animals! One of the things this shelter does regularly is hold free adoption days where it’s just that – you can get

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Crimson, a Very Nice Dog

She was big and huge and clearly uncomfortable. She was due any day and very reluctantly obliged any of us by getting up for a walk. She was a stray and the shelter staff had named her Crimson. We all

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A Young Dog Named Hershey

A wonderful happy and fun-loving 1-year old pitbull pup was surrendered to the shelter a week ago by the only family he had ever known. They got Hershey when he was a puppy and that’s when the trouble began. This

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Shelter Dog Lessons

She was timid. She would come out of her kennel, but the brakes went on when it was time to move on. So rather than push, I sat down on the floor right in front of her kennel and she

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Bessie

I fell in love when I first saw her. She was old and ugly in that way that is endearing. She looked at me through the bars of her kennel with rheumy eyes that spoke of things I didn’t want

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Walking Dogs in Winter

It’s cold. Today I walk the shelter dogs. My heart is warm. Photo by Ryan Bruce from Burst

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Abandoned Pets

All wags, all wiggles, all bone. Despite being horribly abandoned by his owners, this little puppy greets all humans with great joy and excitement. Abandoned – no one knows for exactly how long, certainly long enough to become a wiggly

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