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Date:9/23/2014 12:14:05 PM
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Hi, Mackenzie,
It really is heartwarming to hear of stories like Annie. That even though she was skin and bones and filthy that with proper love and care thrived and that she still had a sweet and trusting nature and lived to a very old dog age. Think mom's childhood dog lived to be 15.

Here's a furball story. Around Christmas of 2011 skinsis pup was about 3 months old. She was not living at the parronts house at that time, but was visiting. Skinsis and her boyfriend went to visit his relatives and mom agreed to watch the pup. She was baking bread and while it was rising figured out that the oven had gone kaput. She called her mom (1/2 mile away) and asked to use her oven to bake the bread. Gma said okay, but she and gpa were leaving within the hour for a gig at a nursing home, but that mom's sis would be there. So, she took the two loaves of bread and the pup over to gmas. (Can't recall where dad was.) She got the bread baked but dared not allow the pup off the leash inside the house (too many breakables as gma and gpa have no pets). The pup enjoyed sniffing the front and back yards and mom thought she might have to go potty, but she didn't. When mom got home she got inside the gate and locked it, took pup off the leash and that pup ran as fast as she could to the back lawn to pee! There is no grass at the gparronts. The front is all patio and the back yard is all patio and gravel. The lawn by the driveway is fake. Pup had stepped on it, sniffed it and knew it was not potty worthy, heehee.

Have a great day, wing hugs and a vote, Pearl and Silver.
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