HELP FOR THOSE WHO CARE FOR DISABLED DOGS
|Posted by Travis & Cheryl Adlington on 14 February, 2017 at 18:15|
It is with a heavy heart that we report that our dog, son, best friend, mentor and the inspiration behind the formation of Capable Canines, Buddy 2, passed over the Rainbow Bridge recently. He did not suffer and had led a happy, fullfilling life, giving back to so very many. Sometimes the hardest thing in life to do is to do the right thing. That means letting our loved ones go peacefully and with dignity, even though every inch of our being longs to keep them with us.
Buddy 2 will live on, however. We plan on continuing the work he inspired, both through this website and through our continuing affiliation with the rescue group, Canine Rehabilitation Center and Sanctuary. Web site: www.crcsgiveslife.org.
Please consider adopting a handicapped dog, and if you already have one, or know someone who does, please know that there is help and knowledge available through our webiste. Dogs with disabilites, incontinence or just the things that inevitably go along with aging all present issues that can be stressful and baffling - we will do our best to help you to navigate those in a manner that benefits both you and your dog.
God Bless You and God Bless the Dogs - the most noble creatures in the universe.
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