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February 24, 2009

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Vicki O

Penny as I have mentioned before, I admire your strength of character...and no better character than a dog-lover! Snuggle her for Bogie and I. We are thinking of you both.
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Dot

I found your blog through Susan's & after reading I must say that my heart is weeping for Annie. I guess I'm emotional today as my little wheaten Scottie girl, Arwen is getting spayed today and I'm always nervous when one of my darlings is at the Vets. Prayer for you & Annie.

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Mary Ann

Penny, it's wonderful you're able to spend so much time with Annie...every minute must be so special. I hope the very best for her.

DeeAnn

Penny, my heart breaking about Annie. I have come to love her so much. Out of all your Westies she is my favorite.

She will bounce back & be the sweet happy exuberant girl that we love.

Enjoy every moment with her.

Sending you & Annie gentle hugs.

Andee in AZ

I have come to love your little dogs and I surely hope Annie is recovering and I will see more pictures of her antics in the future. You are an awesome dog mama!

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