Daisy Mae CGC


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Picture of Daisy Mae CGC, a female Vizsla

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"For all the loved ones-lost"

Home:Seattle, WA  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 12 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 51-100 lbs

We

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"We're dying for a cure"

Not for judging

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"Not for judging"

Thank you Raven

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"Thank you Raven"

kissing with Dad

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"kissing with Dad"

Sallys website

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"Sallys website"

Thank you Rudy

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"Thank you Rudy"

Remember them -they fought for you!

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"Remember them -they fought for you!"

Please pray for Sally,Jimmy and Sassy. 
PoTP for each of them.

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"Please pray for Sally,Jimmy and Sassy. PoTP for each of them."

remember to spay/neuter

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"remember to spay/neuter"

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Nicknames:
The Princess

Doggie Dynamics:
 Energy 
sleepyenergetic
 
 Intelligence 
sillygenius
 
 Friendliness 
aggressiveaffectionate
 
 Playfulness 
not playfulvery playful
 
 Disposition 
anxiouscalm
 

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Quick Bio:
-purebred-dog rescue

Birthday:
April 2nd 2002

Likes:
cuddling with us-snow -children

Pet-Peeves:
getting nails trimmed and squirrels

Favorite Toy:
Kong and empty plastic milk jugs

Favorite Food:
Home cooked diet- yogurt-melon- shredded lettuce-chicken-tomatoes

Favorite Walk:
around the neighborhood and park

Best Tricks:
closing the doors-backing up-around (going from one side to the other)

Arrival Story:
After many years of rescue and hospice animals-we decided again to get a pup and ended up rescuing her at the age of 3 weeks. She had been left to die in a cardboard box because she was a litter runt with a deformed leg.

Bio:
Many of you know that finding a cure or even a prevention of IMHA is a huge- life changing goal for our family (both furred and furless) because it has devastated our family and caused a death already. Any pup or kitty or wilding can contract this killer and at this point- there is only one outcome which is a trip to the Bridge. Please be aware of this killer and do what you can to help. This family lost a truly great dog to IMHA too. Follow the link to their page to find out how to help or just more information. Mica’s IMHA Research

Forums Motto:
Dying for a cure

rescue:
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etsy:


Please visit EcollageArt on ETSY & help us find a cure for IMHA.

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I've Been On Dogster Since:
December 13th 2006 More than 7 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Dogster Id:
439979

for 2874 days


Meet my family
AnnieRoger
(1966-1979)
Brewster
-lost to IMHA
Ms.
Mouse(1989-200
1)
Mr. Peanut
(1999-2002)
Emma
(1997-1999)
Tessa(1983-199
3)
Sister Lilli
-8/1985 to
4/2001

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A day in the life of...


A DOGS PRAYER

March 17th 2012 1:27 pm
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It’s been too long I cannot wait, wait
Can’t hold me back gonna make it on my own some day
I will go into my dreams and fly away
I will go into my dreams and fly away

Dear God please send me somebody who’ll care
I’m tired of running, I’m sick with despair
My body is aching, it’s so racked with pain
And dear God I pray as I run in the rain
That someone will love me and give me a home
A warm cozy bed and a big juicy bone
My last owner tied me all day in the yard
Sometimes with no water and God that was hard!
So I chewed my leash God and I ran away
To rummage in garbage and to live as a stray.
But now God I’m tired and hungry and cold
And I’m so afraid that I’ll never grow old
They’ve chased me with sticks and hit me with stones
While I run the streets just looking for bones!
I’m not really bad God, please help if you can
For I have become just a “victim of man!”

It’s been too long I cannot wait, wait
Can’t hold me back gonna make it on my own some day
I will go into my dreams and fly away
I will go into my dreams and fly away.

I’m wormy dear God and I’m ridden with fleas
and all that I want is an owner to please!
If you find one for me God, I’ll try to be good
I won’t chew their shoes, and I’ll do as I should
I will love them, protect them and try to obey
When they tell me to sit, to lie down or to stay
I don’t think I’ll make it too long on my own
Cause I’m getting so weak and I’m Oh so alone
Each night as I sleep in the bushes I cry
Cause I’m so afraid God, that I’m gonna die
I’ve got so much love and devotion to give
That I should be given a new chance to live
So dear God please, please answer my prayer
and send me somebody who will really care
It’s all I’m really asking on this very day
Cause it’s been too long and I just can’t wait

It’s been too long I cannot wait,
can’t hold me back gonna make it on my own some day,
I will go into my dreams and fly away,
I will go into my dreams and fly away

This was posted in "For the Love of Dog Blog" thank you Deanna

 

This and that :)))))))

March 7th 2012 11:41 am
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You know that you have been in rescue too long when:

Your chatroom handle is “Queen of Spayeds.”

You and your vet are on a first name basis and he genuflects when you enter the waiting room. His daughter at Harvard refers to you as “Auntie.”

You needed a prescription to recover from “Old Yeller.”

You’ve forwarded more warnings about the dangers of chocolate, onions and mistletoe than the National Center for Disease Control has issued about anthrax and smallpox.

You wear white year ’round, not because you are flaunting a fashion law or belong to a religious sect but because it is BLEACHABLE.

By the time you investigate different flea control products, their advantages and potential risks,natural versus chemical methods, and study the life cycle of the flea, any fleas have died of old age.

You tell your children to “heel!” in a grocery store.

For relaxation, you went mall hopping with your girlfriends. Your eyes glazed over when you saw a sign in front of a pet shop, “20% Off All Puppies & Kittens,” and you slapped three security guards before they got you safely contained in the manager’s office.

People are still talking about your spay-neuter holiday greeting from last year, “Deck the Halls with Balls of Collies.

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This was obtained from "For the Love of Dog" website- thank you Deanna

 

Reflections

December 31st 2011 8:16 pm
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Feeling a bit melancholy today, I sat down and, looked deeply into the eyes of my beloved furbaby. What I saw reflected there was almost magical.

I thought that for New Year's Eve I'd write a small editorial to share that wonderful, positive experience with all of you.

I see in her such a wisdom that far outweighs anything a human might have; because she is unencumbered by all of the games that humans play. Her life is so pure and simple, and yet complex in her own way..

She has no need to play mind games with anyone. The emotions animals feel are straight and true; the devotion given without question or cost. How blessed are we humans who have had rare and precious opportunity to be loved by an animal?

What I saw reflected back at me was the purest and most unconditional love. She adores me for myself; for the raw person deep inside. Not the makeup that covers the flaws on my face, or the clothes that try to express who I am.
She sees who I am; the naked and unadorned human being
and sees straight through to my heart; the heart that feels that special love that only comes from the purest of places. I'm so proud of her- she is everything that we humans are not and for that
alone-she deserves unconditional love.

 
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