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    Default This is an amazing story!

    Hey Team,

    I just found this online and thought I would share it. I think it is easier for you to look at than me explain.
    It is one ladies amazing kindness that will save so many dogs.
    'No dog should die alone': Photographer promotes senior pet adoption
    And
    Silver Hearts {Changing The Perception Of Old Dogs}

    It is nice to know that people still care out there.

    Cheers,
    KP.
    Feel free to have a look at our canine health supplement site - kingly-pet.com

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    This is a lovely story, thanks for sharing.

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    I love it !!! Thank you !!

    However it makes me realise how weak i am. I just couldnt go through it. I'm not strong enough like this lady and the lady she speaks of. Thier hearts must heal quick. I still miss my boys everyday.

    Heres the video in the link.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean View Post
    I love it !!! Thank you !!

    However it makes me realise how weak i am. I just couldnt go through it. I'm not strong enough like this lady and the lady she speaks of. Thier hearts must heal quick. I still miss my boys everyday.
    Yeah really amazing lady. Like she said, at first it was something she never thought she could do, but after time she found a way. I guess a good few months/year is better than nothing (I am not 100% if I could do it either......)

    Thanks for adding the video!

    KP.
    Feel free to have a look at our canine health supplement site - kingly-pet.com

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    There's a very nice lady who rescues old dogs of small size in Adelaide. She has a few friends to help limit her intake of old dogs, because she would try to save them all, and knows that trying to do that would fail them all including her. Her fave breed is chinese crested. I don't know how she recovers after losing one, except maybe that makes room for the next one is all I can think of.

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    I think I could now funnily enough as I look back. i have lost dogs quite young, you just don't know how long you have with them except it is never long enough.
    If I have more room in the future I think I would seek to adopt an old dog ( I am getting older too after all lol).
    There would come a time when it would be unreasonable to adopt a pup as you couldn't be sure of being able to look after them for 15 years. So if I was say 70 I would adopt an old dog. ( My Mum is 96 so that might not work with my gene pool)

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    Quote Originally Posted by farrview View Post
    I think I could now funnily enough as I look back. i have lost dogs quite young, you just don't know how long you have with them except it is never long enough.
    If I have more room in the future I think I would seek to adopt an old dog ( I am getting older too after all lol).
    There would come a time when it would be unreasonable to adopt a pup as you couldn't be sure of being able to look after them for 15 years. So if I was say 70 I would adopt an old dog. ( My Mum is 96 so that might not work with my gene pool)
    I think this is something I would do later in life too. I guess as hard as it would be saying bye, knowing the small time you had was good might make things easier.

    I have emailed Lori and asked if there is anything I can do to help....... Will see how it goes.

    KP.
    Feel free to have a look at our canine health supplement site - kingly-pet.com

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