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Pumpkin


 8 Jan 2018

Morning Deb, 

Pumpkin has blown our minds on how much she has improved over her time with us. Her obedience, comfort, happiness and all round her being her. 

Pumpkin has really made our little family, she makes us laugh everyday. 

She is such a family girl, really loves it when the 3 of us are together, the smile on her face just beams, and there aren’t many beings in the world that make my husband as happy as what she makes him. 

Pumpkin knows that she can play rough with her Dad and gentle with me since I’m pregnant with the newest addition to the family (doesn’t jump, just runs up to me and sits on my feet). When she’s playing fetch with my husband in the back yard she still wants to include me, so he will throw her frisbee, she will catch it and bring it to me (who is sitting down watching), I throw the frisbee back to Rolf and she will get ready to catch what he throws and repeats the whole chain again. When she brings me the frisbee the look of happiness in her eyes beyond melts my heart. 

When we first got her, she was terrified of water, now she can’t get enough of the water at the beach, she doesn’t need to be told twice when it’s bath time, and sees the quick hose down on a hot day as a game to run away and come back for more. 

I now understand what it means that we not only rescue dogs but they rescue us. 

Chelsea 
  
   
 

 

 

 

 

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