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By Immydog

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Help Find Lizzy: Dog Lost in Ashland Kentucky!

I am thrilled to report that Iowa Dog Lizzy was reunited with her family after running loose in Kentucky for six days!  Lizzy's family was fortunate enough to have received a few informational leads as to where she had been spotted which was instrumental in her recovery.

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Bring Hanah Home

I am sorry to say that Hanah, the dog that went missing during the Joplin, Missouri tornado, has not been found.  They are still actively searching, so please join their Facebook group, Bring Hanah Home.   Hope is not lost.

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Meet the Sweets: Herkie the Hunk

Herkie, our senior lab with no hope for adoption, is doing wonderfully at his new home in New England.   

 

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Herkie needed help getting up on the bed due to his hind end weakness, so his new family made him his own set of doggie stairs!  It doesn't look as though Herkie helped much in the construction process, but I am certain his old joints will appreciate the human efforts!

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Clean Cut, Senior, White Male Seeks ...

 Remember him?

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A picture (or two) is worth a thousand words!

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 Addie's Story: 3 part series...

Part 1

Part 2 

Part 3

Addie is doing great! Even in her senior years, she manages to climb into her own bed, and has the occasional left over Filet Mignon!


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Addie and Cody are acclimating well to each other, as you can see by the video above.  They look for each other all the time and each wants to know what the other is doing at any given time.  Addie will not go potty unless Cody comes along too.

 

Ellie's Story

Part 1

Part 2

Ellie, after her visit to the Oncology Department at the Iowa State University, College of Veterinary Medicine is doing great!  Oddly, the morning of her appointment, her lesion had seemed to disappear (of course).  After discussing it with my husband, we kept the appointment just to be on the safe side.  They made some wonderful recommendations for her care, and suggested that surgery was not likely necessary.

After a few days of not even being able to find the lesion, and not a single step of lameness.  I decided to hold off on chemotherapy.  She has since had no signs of any problems with that foot or leg.

Either of two things happened.

1. The biopsy analyzed by a lab (not associated with Iowa State), was misinterpreted.

2. The well wishes and prayers of people far and wide made a difference.


I prefer to believe it was the latter of the two.  Thank you all for your thoughts, prayers, and your concerns.  Thanks go out to you from Ellie and her pal, Kirby!


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