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@SharonIsaacs It was a cute prance! Thank you so much for your comments. Guilt it useless they say, but nonetheless it's hard to get rid of! All the best to you.
7 months, 3 weeks ago on I Miss You
@Chrisparsons I'm sorry you're going through that. It definitely is a hard decision to make. My thoughts are with you, and thank you for your note.
@JanetHill The photos definitely help to remember their lives. Sorry for your loss as well. Thank you for posting.
@ReneeMKeller Thank you so much. I can't tell you how much I appreciate all these lovely notes.
@adoremydogs They do bring so much to our lives despite how hard it is when they leave. Thanks for the note
@SueCraneBryan Aw, I'm sorry you lost your girl too. Thank you for the note. I too hope they are romping happily somewhere :)
@JoshLiddySwayLove Thanks Josh. That means a lot. And I know you have definitely been through this before. I appreciate your note.
@Damera Thank you. I'm so glad you found it helpful. That was my hope - that someone might find it helpful for their journey. I definitely recommend writing it out. Hope your Big Red is romping with Omega somewhere wonderful :)
@barbaraleeanderson07090 Thank you for the good wishes. Yes, with our elderbull Rocky and your girl Diva, it is so hard to watch them get old :( But definitely treasuring our time together.
@mansbstfrend Thank you so much
@Anne Thank you!
@BaltimoreGal Yes, we will always remember her and are thankful she was a part of our lives. Thank you for the note.
@ileenie3 Thank you. It sounds like you went through something similar with Tyson. I did find writing her the letter helpful and hope it helps you too. I appreciate your note :)
@larshine I appreciate the note - thank you!
@theprettychic Thank you for the kind words - much appreciated.
@Judithg Thank you for watching the video and posting. They are indeed wonderful.
9 months, 4 weeks ago on The Week in Review
@PittieMom - Thank you! We were very lucky to have Omega in our lives. We are indeed going to rescue another dog in her honor.
10 months ago on The Week in Review
@Resolute Pit bulls jaws and the way they bite are no different than any other large dog. Dogsbite.org does not have reputable information. Please read the other article we posted today that talks about faulty statistics: http://stubbydog.org/2012/05/pit-bulls-by-the-numbers/
Also, news articles often call dogs family dogs when they are no such thing (i.e. dogs tied starving in the basement are called family dogs when they are clearly abused dogs, not beloved family pets).
1 year ago on Overcoming Stereotypes
@woofslc You too! And thank you!
1 year ago on StubbyDog Team Member Spotlight: Micaela Myers
@theprettychic Yes, Sway's story was beautiful - very touching. Definitely not one to be forgotten.
1 year, 1 month ago on StubbyDog Team Member Spotlight: Micaela Myers