Sex: Female Weight: 26-50 lbs
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Hari, Little Hari Lou Who, Queenie
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February 10th 1993
running, being petted and loved , having my complete attention, laying on the sidewalk in the sun. barking her happy bark
doorbell, fireworks, small loud children, and thunderstorms
lamb and rice food, anything Mama's eating and any people food
dog park and her neighborhood
We had 11 wonderful yrs with her. She was diagnosed with inoperable bladder cancer in 2002. The vet said she would live 6 months to a year. She lived 2 and a half yrs without pain or discomfort. We had to send her to heaven. It was one of the hardest things we have ever had to do. She was our baby girl. She was and will always be 'the queen of my world'.
I am the Queen!
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We had 11 wonderful years with O'Hara. She lost her battle with inoperable bladder cancer in April 2004. She loved life and fought the illness. Her doc gave her 6 months to a year to live. She lived 2 and a half years pain free. We had to send her to heaven. It was one of the hardest things We've ever had to do.
O"Hara sent little Shelby to us. We weren't looking for a puppy. We went to donate newspapers to the local pet store and we left with Shelby the sheltie.
We went inside just to peek at the puppies and I saw this tiny sheltie. I had to hold him. I felt an immediate connection. I felt O'Hara looking down smiling and telling us to take him home. He is tiny, only 8 lbs. He reminds us so much of O'Hara. Even does some of the same things she did. He is a little doll. He makes us smile everyday. Hobo (our pound doggie that came to live with us unexpectedly, but very welcome)is very patient with little Shelby. We have an unlikely little family here.
O'Hara will always be the "queen of my world"
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