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Sweetpea, Miss Daisy, Sweet April.
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November 3rd 1992
Walking to the mailbox to smell her pee-mail; going for a ride to the grocery store.
To the mailbox.
I first saw April in 2001 at PetSmart. She was rescued from a kill pound. She had been at the rescue shelter for 5 months and nobody wanted her. Worse, all the other young dogs were getting adopted. She was old, gray, had few teeth and cataracts, but I just fell in love with her. We had her for 4 wonderful years.
From the minute April came home, she was the sweetest dog ever. I nicknamed her "Miss Daisy" because she always sat in the back seat/passenger side of the car. She was always in a good mood and had a real zest for life. She was so loyal and really loved and worried about her family. In 2004, her hair started falling out and later started having seizures. She saw several veterinary specialists, but all through her year-long illness, she never complained. All her vets and their staffs commented on what a wonderful patient she was. Her hair is missing in these pictures as a result of her illness.
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Here are some Pawsome facts about me:
1. I am from Ft. Worth, Texas (at least that is where I was dropped off at the pound).
2. I am grateful to the Dallas American Eskimo Dog Rescue (DAAER) for rescuing me.
3. I snored, loudly, like a bear.
4. I gave myself a bath, every day, just like a cat.
5. I was very dainty and lady-like.
6. I did housework. I washed (licked spotless) my dishes, Peanut's dishes, and our placemats after we ate.
7. I was always in high spirits.
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