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May 03, 2013


Thank you so much for helping these otherwise forgotten little lives. Your work is a Blessing to them and all that see and care for them. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. <3

My Yorkie bosses my two Springer Spaniels around (admittedly, not hard to do), and my Rottie-mix runs away from her, LOL. The techs in my vet's office call her The Carpet Shark, she's so bossy with other dogs. Yorkies are a trip. I'm so glad Clyde has learned to play well with others. Such a cute little guy. :o)

I hope you'll let us know how you ended this little cutie's indoor leg-lifting. Although I have no male pets now, I'd like to know. I've had one or two incorrigible leg-lifters over the years.

And a perfect example of what love, patience and caring will do! So glad to know that Clyde is blending in so well now and hope his medical issues stay resolved :)

Once he realized this is the real deal, this wonder called RDF,his tiny body and heart began to heal. Thanks to all who aid these little beings and let them shine

All he needed was the Rolling Dog Farm LOVE!! Thank you!!!

Love and Patience - both in plentitude at the Farm!

This certainly shows how lots of love, patience and time can provide BIG results..... Thank you for providing little Clyde with such a good home!

In this picture, Clyde looks like a little stuffed toy. He is really so cute and precious, made more so since he is not "baptizing" everything in the house. I hope you'll have the little guy around for a long time to come.

Once again I'm thinking,'if only they could talk", to know what he's been through driving that previous behavior. But the WONDERFUL thing is how you've given him that chance at RDF that would be seemingly impossible elsewhere. THANK YOU for your magic and insights to let Clyce become his sweetest, socialized self, enjoying life!!!

I'm thrilled to know Allie is still around. You know how I love black labs!!

Adjustments have to take time. Having some disabilities and other issues makes the adjustment time longer. I am so glad he is coming around and really seeming to enjoy a less stress filled life. Way to go Steve & Alayne

I guess at some point the light bulb goes off and they realize that they are safe and loved and will always be taken care of. I'm glad he is learning his manners and his agressive tendencies are going away. I'm sure the other dog weren't sure why one of them was being mean, since they had already realized how well off they were.

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