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March 19, 2017

 

 

 

 

 

Dear Friends of the Eskie Connection:

 

I wrote my first newsletter in October 2003. My rescue team was in full swing and each newsletter told of the dogs that came into rescue that month, and those who got adopted that month. When I traded my rescue hat for my training hat, I had lots of great training stories to share. And when I ran out of training tips I started writing the individual stories of each of the dogs that with my help found a new home. But now those stories are all told and so, with no dog tails left to write about, this will be my final newsletter.

 

            

Over the years of rescue work and dog training I have had the pleasure of getting to know some awesome dogs that will always have a special place in my heart. As chaotic as the fostering was, it was also fun and very rewarding.  With as many as 9 dogs in the house, there truly was never a dull moment. Going for walks was challenging, but we did it. The yard was big enough the dogs had plenty of room to run and play. And there was never an empty spot on the bed.

 

 

 

I also met some very wonderful people through rescue and dog training, many of whom have become good friends.  We’ve enjoyed so many outings with our dogs! From the Reindog parade at the Botanic Gardens, to Sundays at the lake shore, countless walks in the park, and quite a few dog pawties.

 

 

  

 

SEE MORE PICTURES FROM OUT DOG GATHERINGS OVER THE YEARS

 

Now that I’ve moved to Tennessee I’ll miss seeing my dog friends but hope they may come visit me sometime.  My contact information is the same, and we are a “short” 7 hour drive south to Clarksville.  Nashville is just another 50 minutes past my house, so if you are ever coming this way, be sure to stop by!

 

                                                                                                  

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