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Oh my dog vt, I'm so glad I found your blog! Your story is a bit different from many, but your perseverance has been amazing. I feel like I should offer you a big old high five (or hug)!

I was lucky enough to see my Corgi when I was 15, and the day I saw him he was not wearing a cone. At that point I didn't have much to offer a shelter, so I left him at the vet's office. I didn't come back for three months, and it was only after I returned that I told him I had found him a home.

You are a remarkable woman, and I'm proud to call you my friend!

Thanks for sharing your story!

"The only freedom deserving the name is that of pursuing our own good in our own way, so long as we do not attempt to thwart the freedom of others." - Ayn Rand

We adopted a rescue dog through Paws for Blue. He is the sweetest little thing and we have not regretted it for a moment. He is just the right size for our family and I can honestly say he is the most affectionate, loving dog I have ever had. He is also the laziest, but in a good way, when you say "go to bed" he usually goes!

We adopted a rescue dog through Paws for Blue. He is the sweetest little thing and we have not regretted it for a moment. He is just the right size for our family and I can honestly say he is the most affectionate, loving dog I have ever had. He is also the laziest, but in a good way, when you say "go to bed" he usually goes!

You've always been an amazing dog mom, you have taught your dogs what is expected and you've always encouraged them and helped them get it. You have done the right thing, and your puppies will have the same kind of upbringing they deserve!

Thanks so much! He is about 4 months old.

It was my pleasure.

"The only freedom deserving the name is that of pursuing our own good in our own way, so long as we do not attempt to thwart the freedom of others." - Ayn Rand

We adopted a rescue dog through Paws for Blue. He is the sweetest little thing and we have not regretted it for a moment. He is just the right size for our family and I can honestly say he is the most affectionate, loving dog I have ever had. He is also the laziest, but in a good way, when you say "go to bed" he usually goes!

I love that you rescued the dog from a shelter! So glad he is going to have such a wonderful home. I'm sure he'll have a good time at the vet's office too!

"The only freedom deserving the name is that of pursuing our own good in our own way, so long as we do not attempt to thwart the freedom of others." - Ayn Rand

I love that you rescued the dog from a shelter! So glad he is going to have such a wonderful home. I'm sure he'll have a good time at the vet's office too!

I adopted from a rescue as well. We were on the brink of adopting another, but the shelter asked for a $200 donation, so I said no. I had already been to two of the places I wanted to adopt from in the area, and we were having trouble with our first "pick" from there, so I decided to go back to the shelter where we were originally trying to get the dog. I thought the shelter might have a dog in there that I liked more.

I was right. I got a sweet little black lab mix who I think is about five months old, and she is absolutely wonderful. She is so loving and affectionate and has the sweetest personality. The second time I brought her to the shelter, the staff told me they were only going to take her to a rescue, and then I was going to have to pay $125 to get her spayed/neutered. I told them I would not take her if that was the case, and they let me take her to the rescue for free.

You really shouldn't have trouble getting your dogs spayed/neutered. It costs a fraction of what it does to fix a broken heart, and it can even be done when the dogs are in heat.

As for the vet bill, most vets will work with you. I asked if we could do an exam at their office first (the first time) and pay for it, and then the second time we went there, I asked if they would be willing to do the exam for free. Both of the vets I've used in the past have been willing to work with me in that manner.

You shouldn't have any trouble.

Thanks for the advice. I'll try not to get upset when the vet bill comes in.

"The only freedom deserving the name is that of pursuing our own good in our own way, so long as we do not attempt to thwart the freedom of others." - Ayn Rand

I adopted from a rescue as well. We were on the brink of adopting another, but the shelter asked for a $200 donation, so I said no. I had already been to two of the places I wanted to adopt from in the area, and we were having trouble with our first "pick" from there, so I decided to go back to the shelter where we were originally trying to get the dog. I thought the shelter might have a dog in there that I liked more.

I was right. I got a sweet little black lab mix who I think is about five months old, and she is absolutely wonderful. She is so loving and affectionate and has the sweetest personality. The second time I brought her to the shelter, the staff told me they were only going to take her to a rescue, and then I was going to have to pay $125 to get her spayed/neutered. I told them I would not take her if that was the case


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