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Agreed with all said. Dogs/pets are our angels on earth and are missed every day. We thought we needed to be dog-less when we had to put our dear Shepherd down after struggling with a medical condition that just was not responding. After two weeks, it was so apparent that our house was not a home without a four-legged pal. We got "Geist" soon after. Another G. Shepherd with the German name of "spirit." She is truly an angel/spirit of our departed friend and loved one. Thank you Genevieve for your wonderful story and efforts.

Joyce Liana
Troutville, VA
Saturday, June 4, 2011
My sincere heartfelt condolences to you Genevieve. Charley Girl is now with my Nikko and the other biker puppies playing in paradise.

Pets are our most wonderful treasure on this earth and the feeling of loss is a lot to bear and is devastating.







Phyllis
NYC, NY
Monday, May 23, 2011
Thank you for your article. I'm facing the heartache of watching my beloved 15 year old Schnauzer (Ashley) go down hill rapidly. I know without a doubt she will live on, younger and sprier, and I will be reunited with her one day after she does pass. My partner and I try to support our local animal shelter when we can. We have four other dogs that are all rescues who we love equally. Keep up the good work you are doing.

Lori Bell
TX
Monday, May 23, 2011
So sorry for your loss, Genevieve. My best buddy, Riley, just turned 9. Hopefully I will get to enjoy his company for a few more years.

The old saying, you get the dog you need, not the one you want, is true I think. Some days when chaos seems to reign I wonder why I also need Spike and Angel and Cooper but each one in their own way enriches my life. Wouldn't give any of them up for the world.

Even though mine are all registered Chinese Cresteds from a reputable breeder we help out the local shelters when we can. All dogs deserve a forever home.

Deb Nielsen
Cheyenne, WY
Sunday, May 22, 2011
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