Those photos make me happy as can be, Pamela! What could be better than seeing your boy (he will always be your boy, no matter where he lives) having such a grand time of it! Just imagine how well and happy he feels being able to run and romp and use his nice athletic body as nature intended. And to know he's so well looked after and loved by his new owners, it's just such a beautiful outcome. I can understand tears welling up in your eyes when you look at the pictures. But you've ensured him a picture perfect life, so I know there's a great big smile behind those tears.
CABRYN CHAGALL CGC Some of our greatest historical
and artistic treasures we place in
museums; others, we take for walks.
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I do understand your mixed feelings - it must be very hard not to be able to be the one romping with him in the snow. But I have to say how greatly I admire you for taking the difficult decision to do what was best for Teddy, and for seeing it through despite the problems on the way. It must be good to know that you got it right, and that he is now supremely happy. And he is going to be so excited to see you when he comes to stay!
To sit with a dog on a hillside on a glorious afternoon is to be back in Eden,
where doing nothing was not boring- it was peace.
~ Milan Kundera
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