Wednesday, September 12, 2018


Beautiful Maya taught her mom that a rescue can love you just as much as if you raised them their entire life.
Murphy says, "Show them your grumpy face and weird, annoying people will leave you alone."  LOL 
Winston says, "Smile and the world will smile with you." 
Peke has been with his mom for over ten years.  He taught her that a dog can really be a girl's best friend.
Pikachu taught his mom that no matter how hard life was after the stroke/seizure/brain tumor discover, he loved unconditionally and was at her side giving comfort and support.  He was 12 1/2 when he was adopted, and is now almost 15.   He saved her more than she saved him.  💜
Sweet, sweet Mattie. She was my foster girl and the most loving dog.   She says that kisses make just about everything better! 
Her brother, Benjamin, is blind and Mattie is his best friend.  Lucky boy!
Rusty, said, "You may not always be able to see things clearly, but you will always see love if you just look."
Peanut Doodle says, "Get wet!  Cuz it's fun!!"
He also says, "Get dirty and play hard!"
And he also says, "Make new friends-- it's fun!"
Peanut Doodle had a lot to say-- he also added, "Play hard, love hard."

Sarah's boy (?) says, "Never miss a chance to sit on your loved one's lap and take a nap."
Shark says to relax wherever you can and enjoy the moment!
Triple, Crosby and Maggie says, "No matter what obstacles are thrown at you, you can always overcome them when you have someone that loves you."
Tia's pup says, "There is such a thing as unconditional love."
True Love!
Vanessa's pup says, "No adventure is too matter how small you are."
Beautiful Newman says, "Don't worry, be happy!"
Winston says, "Smile and the world smiles with you."   Good advice.  Stay tuned for one more blog on this tomorrow!


LadyJicky said...

Everyone of those Peke's are so clever!!

Lost Earring said...

What a rescue this column/blog is with the Lessons From My Dog series. So many beautiful rescues with so many wonderful stories.

And I say it's a rescue because in between worrying about what is supposed to be one of the biggest hurricanes in years hitting the mid-coastal area and my Bandit's spine recovery worries I needed something that didn't portray doom or heartbreak.

Thank you always Linda Maxwell and please be safe from this coming storm.