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December 16, 2013


I have a 15-year-old, three-legged lab so there's a special place in my heart for Tanner. So glad that his path led to your capable and compassionate hands.

So thankful he is with you now, what a sweetheart. Who knows what he has gone through? Now it is looking good for him.

What a sweet, sweet boy Tanner is! He just makes my heart melt...

He does need to put some meat on his bones, but I'm sure that, with your TLC, he'll get through surgery with flying colours in January.

What a sweetheart Tanner is! Just looking at those wonderful photos, you can see how trusting and loving he is toward people, despite what happened to him before he was lucky enough to be rescued and sent to RDF. He will feel so much better after the leg surgery. Thank you for all you do for every one of your precious "kids"!

Tanner, ask your new mom and dad for some mashed potatoes and meatloaf. That should help you with your weight.

Tanner, you are a Christmas miracle doggy!

Thank you for taking such good care of Tanner and everyone else. It's always nice to read a good medical report. Needing to gain weight; Tanner, I'm jealous!!!

Tanner is a beautiful and lucky boy! It sounds like having the rest of that leg removed will be a blessing. What a sweet boy he is, giving kisses after his exam!!

What a sweet grateful boy you are Tanner!

Rest up and don't worry about anything. You are in good hands now.


Excellent news for you, Tanner. Now you can enjoy eating during the season of overindulgence. You are a sweetheart.

He is so skinny! Good luck in getting some weight on him before his surgery. We had to have a front leg of one of our cats removed who came into the shelter with part of one of his legs missing. We had to have surgery done to remove the rest of the leg and shoulder. He did so much better after that.

That last photo of Tanner and the doctor is fantastic! No words needed with that one.

Handsome and sweet. He's your Christmas Angel!

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