Cleaning. Known for throwing away the old and used. Unfortunately, many people think dogs are in that category as well. With the dedication and devotion from people like you, we can save, nurture, and love these, so-called throw-aways, and give them back their self worth and reap their love in return.
Our Deepest Appreciation to the following people for their generous donations;
Bob and Cheryl DeGuiseppe
Dr. Mary-Beth Esser-Fireside Kennels, Oconomowoc, WI
Melissa Fronek - 2 donations, one from me and one from my mom, Ms. Vickie Estes, on behalf of my uncle, Phillip Glick. He passed away on December 25th after a battle with cancer. He was truly an animal lover, being a "dad" to many over the years. A few years ago, he rescued a puppy and named her Moxie. He trained Moxie as a service dog working with special needs children and VISTA, visiting hospice residents. This relationship was truly special- I know you can understand with your beloved Wes :)
Moxie was by my uncles side, in the hospital bed every minute-not wanting him to be without her. It was so hard to see, but so amazing & special.
Please accept this on behalf of them both!
Love- Melissa, Justin, Jackson, Butch & Bailey
Chris and Patti Wieland - Seeing Maggie lets me see what Gracie would have been like if she had not been taken by nasal cancer two years ago, at the age of 12. She was a greeter at the veterinary hospital where her mother, Dr. Julie Smith, worked in Fort Collins, CO.
In loving memory of a dear sweet girl.
Maureen Koziol made a donation in honor of Wally.
Michelle Davis's donation for Belle's HW treatment is much appreciated. Her 2 loving dogs Honey and Ginger are pictured here, waiting for Santa.
April 2, 2009
Posted by Pat