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I realized over the Christmas Holidays that I had never sent you an email to say Thank you so much for everything you did for Zoe. You do amazing work and my family & I would like to say thank from the bottom of our hearts.
We still miss Zoe terribly, and even over the weekend Zoe came up in conversation with my daughter that she misses her so much and she wishes we never had to see her leave. Of course that brought tears to my eyes.
But again we all know it was the best thing and we are very happy that Zoe is happy. One day we will get a dog again when my younger daughter is older, but for now I will believe that what I did was right :o)
Thank you again for all your help. I’ve said Thank you to Jeannine so many times and I apologize it took me so long to Thank you!
Hope all is well with you.
Lynne: As you know I adopted TESS last March from the McRae's in Daytona Beach. It was the best thing I have done in years. Tess is such a joy and has filled a void in my life. We are having, a ball together. I must give a great deal of credit to the McRae's, Tracy and Rick, who did a fantastic job training Tess. She is completing a Medical Therapy training course and will be certified as a Specialty Dog that I will take to visit hospitals, retirement communities, etc. Her trainer simply cannot get over her warm personality and training abilites. Tess is simply adorable, loves people and other dogs. Simply has no tolerance for cats and squirrels. Thank you for Oodles of Doodles Rescue. Hank
Thought you would all like to read about 2 of our rescued dogs. They were adopted over the Summer. Two Death Row Dogs from Greenville, SC. Oodles of Doodles brought them to NJ to find their Forever Home. Take a Look:
Jack and Rosie are rescue dogs. We found them through Oodles of Doodles on PetFinder.com. They were at a kill shelter in South Carolina in one of the areas that was devastated by tornados last spring. They (and another dog Rosie's size and age) were found together as strays. Jack was the protector. For several weeks, he would not eat until Rosie had her fill (he stood watch over her as she ate.) He has obviously lived in a house before (he certainly knew what the sound of an icemaker meant!) and was trained in basic commands. He was also thrilled that someone had taught us to play fetch! My guess is that he is a couple of years old. We were told Rosie was about a year old, but she has grown enough I believe she was actually about 6 months old. Very quickly, they became the comedy relief of the neighborhood and made friends with all 7 of the neighbor dogs. I must video tape them stalking (and hopping after) a grasshopper and figure out how to post it!
Waiting for Andy to come home from school.
See the rest at: http://www.arjphotos.com/our_dogs
Annie came to us last April as a rescue from North Carolina. We met her at a small airport in New Jersey thanks to the pilots and paws program. It was love at first sight for us! We call her our clown dog because of all the funny things she does that entertain us. She's keeping her fourteen year old sister, Rosie, young at heart. This is her first New York winter and she has enjoyed the little bit of snow that we've had.
Keep up the wonderful work, we recommend your program to all who ask where we got such a great dog!
John and Nancy