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Susan   Marion, IN

1/23/2012 1:43:37 PM

Okay .. who wants to go to Tenessee and save a life? This is a TRAINED SERVICE DOG. She helped her wheel-chair bound companion navigate through life And her companion died, and the family of the woman has taken this TRAINED DEVOTED SERVICE DOG to a KILL SHELTER. She doesn't have much time. Who can
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This girl ...is in a kill shelter in Fayetteville, TN. She was a service dog to someone in a wheelchair. The person died and the dog got dumped. She deserves better than this. Can anyone rescue her? Please
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Can anyone help here. This dog whose owner died gave her all to this women, the... "not so wonderful" family of the women took her to a KILL shelter. her time is running out. This is her info, Annie has lived most of her life as a service dog that helped her owner who was in a wheelchair make life so much better and now this extremely well behaved and loving girl needs to find a new place to call home. Please come and meet Annie, she would love to fill your life with unconditional love. the e-mail address is critters@ainweb.net (931) 433-3726See
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mary   martinsville, IN

7/19/2011 12:06:53 PM

The site was good but I still don't know how to volunteer to adopt a retired dog. I have three rescued dogs now and can always take in another.

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lala14   Salinas, CA

6/12/2009 8:30:08 PM

such great dogs all dogsareforever

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Kim Mucha   Wallingford, CT

8/12/2008 7:51:59 AM

I feel if you do the training with your partner you should be able in your heart to keep the dog for life. Giveing up your Service dog is horible after she or he helps you you turn her or him in for a younger service dog. This is so cruel. My service dog Ivy will be together until she takes her last breath

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