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Phoebe15 views"We lost Phoebe due to complications from Heartworm Treatment, please learn from Phoebe to keep your dogs on heartworm prevention. She was loved and is dearly missed."
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Phoebe 203 views Don't be sad my rescue friends. I had so much fun with you. It felt so amazing to give and receive love so freely if only for a short time. Not to mention the ice cream treats, the good food, and all of my new sheltie friends. Then there was riding in the front seat, and best of all - napping with my foster moms.
Whoever would have thought that I would ride so proudly in a parade on a float all dressed up in my party collar? It was a little scary at first but what fun. And the sheltie after party, all I can say is WOW.
I learned to sit for treats and to go for nature walks. I loved it when people would stop and pet me and say how beautiful I was. Oh the petting, I’d get so lost in the petting and relax so completely that I'd fall off the couch. The grooming, brushing, and bathing felt so nice. I knew I was a mess when I came to you, I didn't know what to do about it, and I was frightened. You loved me anyway and took care of me and I thank you for that. I loved the attention and I loved the safe places you provided for me when I needed to be alone and just think. You helped me get free of so many parasites. But you couldn't know that some would just never leave.
It is good here on the other side of the Rainbow Bridge. Some of my babies are here and they helped me cross! We had so little time together before. Now we have forever. Don't be sad my rescue friends. I will be watching for you. Keep up your good work with rescue and keep reminding people how important heartworm prevention is.
Phoebe came to rescue at 8 years of age from a puppy mill/auction situation on 4/25/10. She tested positive for heartworms, hookworms, and a yeast infection in her ears. Despite treatment she passed away due to complications from the infestation and surviving heartworms 8/6/10. Sadly missed by all who loved and cared for her.

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Sheila with Marty and Jack6 viewsBeautiful boys, both gone too soon.
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Silvey 42 viewsSadly, i must report Silvey passed away this afternoon. Debi sent an email this evening. She had rallied this afternoon and they had even taken her out to potty and she ate some boiled chicken. She was the most terrified puppy mill dog we have ever had and Kent and Debi did wonders with her. Lisa Mills and I picked her up at Marshall along with Lisa's dog Angel. Silvey would do what you wanted her to do but on her own terms. To get her inside the house I would point to the old dog house on the back.
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Simara 28 viewsSimara came to us in 2004 from the Topeka shelter. We placed her with Barbara in Lee's Summit in June of that year. Barbara just called to let me know Simara died of liver/spleen cancer last month. April 2010
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