Ming Na

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Home:Mansfield, MA  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 14 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 26-50 lbs

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Ming, Mingaling

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Quick Bio:
-mutt-dog rescue

January 16th 2003

talking, walks on leash, car rides, howling at the fire trucks, barking at her friends under the fence

Not enough snacks, her sister won't share my bed

Favorite Toy:

Favorite Food:

Favorite Walk:
The local pond to see who's been there.

Best Tricks:
sit, good manners ( means sit on rug while cats eat).

Arrival Story:
I saw her on a rescue site online listed as chihuahua /chinese crested. She and sis were minute from being put down when rescued with very bad mange from NC. Treated in NJ, fostered in CT and moved here with sister and adopted.

Would love to find out their breed... from what I understand they were rescued out of Hendersonville, NC in March of 03. There were other litter mates dumped over the fence at the "pound " who were adopted. These girls were deemed too sick to live.

Forums Motto:
Ming, born to sing!

The Groups I'm In:
ABANDONED ANGELS, Am I not cute?, Massachusetts Mutts, ~#~!The crossbreed groupie!~#~

I've Been On Dogster Since:
April 23rd 2006 More than 10 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

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My day , thusfar

Thank you from my human

January 24th 2014 5:37 pm
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Thank you all who expressed such kindness at the passing of Ms. Ming Na this fall. Everyday this human is missing her, but she is still out in the yard getting some sun next to her sister.
Love alway and wet noses.


I've crossed the Rainbow Bridge

January 16th 2014 5:17 am
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it is with a heavy heart I let you know, Ming Na passed away peacefully at the age of 12.5. She had contracted lymphoma and now rests next to her sister who passed 3 months early from cancer also. My heart is broken to loose both girls, but I hope that the time we spent together gave them many happy memories. Loved them dearly and they gave me so much love back.
Dedicated to all the dogs who suffer and I beg all to stop abuse of any animal and report abuse quickly. My rescue girls thank you!


We officially are seniors!

August 2nd 2011 8:32 pm
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Ming and sister Mulan are officially seniors!
They are doing very well, weight is good, and they love their Blue Buffalo food. I also cook up some ground chicken or turkey and add green beans, puree and put a scoop under their dry food daily. They love it.

Ming still has a gimpy back knee, I think she got this diving off the couch arm. Regular glucosamine I pick up at the pharmacy ( per vet) is working well for her and the knee seems to subside as long as she is careful.

It is interesting, that they grew up with my dad here and dad passed on in January 2010. They never seemed to miss him or look for him, it just seems like life moves on for them.
I do have many lovely pix of dad and the girls in his lap, napping together or on the glider outside.

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