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Age: 8 Years   Sex: Male   Weight: 1-10 lbs

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Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

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Quick Bio:
-purebred-disabled -dog rescue

May 9th 2008

Dozer and his stuffed bear, bath time

enemas, and any food other than science diet adult dry

Favorite Toy:
stuffed baby toys

Favorite Food:
science diet adult dry

Favorite Walk:
around the house and his playpen

Best Tricks:
being calm

Arrival Story:
Seymore's breeder let me take him when he was born versus euthanasia, because of his cleft palate. He has a bunch of other problems, but is happy and in good spirits, so he's worth all the work it takes to care for him. Seymore crossed the Rainbow Bridge on August 21sh 2008, at 3:05 p.m.

I guess this is where we'll list his deformities. Seymore has a cleft palate, crossed eyes, deformed S shaped spine, deformed rear legs so he hops like a bunny, and the best personality ever:) You really can't damage this little guys happy spirits

I've Been On Dogster Since:
August 2nd 2008 More than 8 years!

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Seymore has crossed the rainbow bridge

August 26th 2008 5:45 am
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Hello All,
I know there were many people viaing to adopt me, but unfortunately before my mommy could begin processing applications I crossed the Rainbow Bridge. It was so fast that everyone was surprised, the doctor, mommy and mommies coworkers at the clinic tried their very hardest to save me but it wasn't to be. They still aren't sure about what happened and writing out details here wouldn't make the pain any less for my mommy. More or less Wednesday night I was happy and bouncy, and thrusday morning I was making a B-Line for the Rainbow Bridge. Mommy kept asking me to "just wait for the Doctor baby, just in case there is a chance" So I did. As soon as the Doctor got in and listened to my heart I left. I did what I could to make it easier on Mommy and it gave her some time to say good bye to me. I feel like I lived a pretty cool life for 15 weeks, and am happy I was given the chance. By all accounts my life should have ended with in minutes of having begun because of my cleft, but it didn't, I got 15 wonderful weeks of hugs, kisses, playing with my four legged foster brothers and surrogate momma dog. I feel pretty accomplished. So thank you all to everyone that wanted to give me a forever home. It made me feel important and worth it, not like a throw away, discarded baby just because I was different.

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