My Great New Life

Moving forward

December 5th 2012 10:13 pm
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I made huge progress today. I rolled over on my back so my mommy could rub my tummy. She was so happy. You see, I came from a dog hoarder. I have been in my new home for almost two years. I am beautiful now and I get great food and plenty of it. I am clean and healthy. I know how to walk on a leash and I am not afraid of it anymore. I make eye contact with my family members now and I don't sit in my own poop anymore. I know that I can walk away. My back leg was dislocated but not anymore. I am still afraid of storms, garbage trucks, and riding in the car. I don't always come when I am called. Sometimes I still think that something bad is going to happen to me and I hide. But, I play fetch now and I know what a toy is, and a bone, and a chew stick. I am so excited when I wake my Mom up in the morning (I wait until the alarm goes off.) that I give kisses and play RUFF and NIPPY on the bed. I can jump so high and I run 3 miles at a time with my Daddy. I take Rescue Remedy and it helps me to be less afraid. When my vet sees me! He says that I am a miracle. I think my life is a miracle.

If any of you friends out there came from a hoarder, don't give up. I want you to have a life as good as mine.

 
 

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Barked by: Fitzcairn (Dogster Member)

December 6th 2012 at 6:58 am

Aroooooo! It's great to hear you are one of the lucky ones! Your mama is an angel! One more little one to finally know what love is and given the chance at a real life!
Puppy mills and hoarders, so evil...There is a little dog, Rosie, on Facebook with her own page called Everything Rosie. She came from a hoarder and is deformed from inbreeding and is making great strides to becoming a "regular dog", too.
Barked by: Tessa (Dogster Member)

December 6th 2012 at 6:59 am

Bol, don't tell Fitz I told you, but I think he's in love with your ears!
Barked by: Sylvia Cairn Scruff (Dogster Member)

December 6th 2012 at 11:54 am

Hi Tessa, I am so glad that Fitz likes my ears. I wish that I could play with you guys! I am such a fast runner. Maybe I would learn how to play with a ball. I chase those long skinny things without any stuffing and those little groundhogs. I cuddle up with them in my bed too. I am much more brave when I have doggy friends around like you guys.
Love and kisses,
Sylvia


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