Karen Anderson
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  • Saint Helena Island, SC
  • United States
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The members at www.handicappedpets.net are here to help you with issues ranging from paralysis & expressing, what cart to buy, to seizure, to…Continue

Started Dec 12, 2009

St.JudeMiracleDog went to the Bridge January 4, 2009
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Saturday, January 12, 2002, 4 days after two sheriff's deputies were gunned down in cold blood a mile down the road, I found a dog in my yard who had been shot. He was a living breathing skeleton. I…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Karen Anderson Nov 29, 2009.

 

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Karen Anderson replied to Karen Anderson's discussion This is why we do what we do every day. in the group / rescue animals
"And here's my late great AngelTillman. Just needed a family to die with, hit by car left in a ditch in NJ, taken to shelter for euthing. They pleaded with someone to please give him a family to die with. He lasted just weeks short of a year,…"
Sep 26, 2010
deb commented on Karen Anderson's photo
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"oh my what a beautiful soul"
Mar 24, 2010
Karen Anderson commented on MADI's group Lab lovers
"http://link.brightcove.com/services/player/bcpid1714458183?bctid=400521128 Hmmm. tried to link in prior message, didn't go through :("
Jan 31, 2010
Karen Anderson commented on MADI's group Lab lovers
"All right, all us LabLovers! We know our labs live to please us! Well, here's proof! You GO, HarleyGirl!"
Jan 31, 2010
Karen Anderson replied to Karen Anderson's discussion This is why we do what we do every day. in the group / rescue animals
Jan 17, 2010
Diana Peters replied to Karen Anderson's discussion This is why we do what we do every day. in the group / rescue animals
"This is the most unconditional love ever! Thank you for sharing the heartach and the compassion. God bless You-Diana www.saveadeathrowdog.org"
Dec 30, 2009
Karen Anderson replied to Karen Anderson's discussion This is why we do what we do every day. in the group / rescue animals
"It was my GabrielDeafBlindPup's rescue 2 days from his date with a shotgun that got me 'rabid' about transport. He was in Wyoming I'm in South Carolina. There was NO WAY a ground transport could be pulled off and it fell apart 2…"
Dec 30, 2009
Diana Peters replied to Karen Anderson's discussion This is why we do what we do every day. in the group / rescue animals
"thank you and just remember Pay It forward-Miracles happen this way for sure-Love and Life-Diana"
Dec 28, 2009
Caryn Wilson replied to Karen Anderson's discussion This is why we do what we do every day. in the group / rescue animals
"Thanks so much for sharing this. My heart goes out to these dogs. We have a local privately owned animal shelter in our area where I finally had to take my folks dog as they could no longer care for him. I have two dogs so my hubby wouldn't let…"
Dec 28, 2009
Diana Peters replied to Karen Anderson's discussion This is why we do what we do every day. in the group / rescue animals
"I know-I cryed and then jumped with joy and love! We all can made the Miracles happen for these innocent creatures of God--Let's just do it again and again!! Love and Life-Diana --www.saveadeathrowdog.org"
Dec 28, 2009
Karen Anderson added a discussion to the group / rescue animals
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I have played a part in rescues like this one, and it has NEVER been so poignantly portrayed. A huge thanks to Dede for this story. It is the story of a Christmas Miracle. One person and then another does just one thing in their busy day. Just one thing. I will never get over how FORGIVING dogs are. They forgive us EVERYTHING! A simple tail wag. A simple sign of joy at the human touch. You will be as moved as I am by this one, I guarantee. Everything we do, every cross post, every tear we cry,…See More
Dec 28, 2009
Karen Anderson commented on Parveen Hatefi's blog post HEARTBROKEN
"This time of year is so impossibly hard when we grieve our loved ones. I believe in The Rainbow Bridge, and I believe all my family who has gone before me will meet me there, two and four-leggers. I am so sorry for your loss. Our tears honor the…"
Dec 25, 2009
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Help for Health Issues

The members at www.handicappedpets.net are here to help you with issues ranging from paralysis & expressing, what cart to buy, to seizure, to amputation (our cancer fourm) and everything you could imagine inbetween. I am GabrielDeafBlndPupFamily there, and please search forums for tips and answers, as well as joining to post your particular need!My life's course has been changed by Handicapped PetsSee More
Dec 12, 2009
Karen Anderson replied to Anne Byam's discussion Has anyone any ideas on this incredible 'co-incidence' ?
"Well, I have to smile, because I, too, believe. I sometimes call my NanaDog by my late son's name, hoping to get a response. She is very emotionally needy right off the mark, but when she gets in my face and has to have my attention, with…"
Dec 12, 2009
Karen Anderson commented on Patricia's blog post It's Been a Little Over A Year Since Dudley has Gone....& Pray for my Son....
"Prayers for your son's safe return, and please tell him how those of us here in the US of A so appreciate his sacrifice for us, AND YOURS TOO!"
Dec 11, 2009
Karen Anderson is now friends with Alessandra Flores and Janet
Dec 8, 2009

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What are your dog(s) names and ages:
AmbrrNanaDog 9.5, AllicksBlindPup 6, GabrielDeafBlindPup 5, Albin 1, AngelTillman 14
What is your dog's breed? (If you have more than one dog, please list a name followed by breed.)
AmbrrNanaDog, lab mix, Allicks Aussie, Gabriel Aussie, Albin Eskie, AngelTillman who knows, looks BC
About Me:
I rescue handicapped dogs. Well, not really, they find me and claim me, and I really have no say in the matter.
What is one thing your dog does that reminds you to open your heart and love more deeply?
All my dogs inspire me daily and make me into a better human being. They don't complain, they don't say WHY ME, they get on with the business of LIFE and LOVE. I just lost an old guy who I found in my yard 7 years ago, shot and crushed by a car. He had 7 magnificent years, making liars out of vets and everyone who said he could never survive, co-exist with other dogs, enjoy life. He had a beautiful goofy smile that I will miss to the end of my life.
Do you have a website or personal page (such as on Facebook or MySpace) that you'd like to share with other members of our community?
http://www.s8.createphpbb.com/lethalwhiteauss/

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At 2:57pm on December 7, 2009, Janet said…
Hi Karen:

My heart goes out to you, that must have been so hard to let him go! He really was a beautiful dog! Thanks for your message.and the above pictures. Is Jude the dog you are hugging? and who are the other beautiful dogs in your pictures? Were are are they your special pets also? Pets can really fill your heart when you can be hurting from so many other things . . I am glad you had Jude . . and still it brings me to tears to think of how many people worked to give him life and give you such a gift of his love, too.
Janet
At 3:44pm on September 4, 2009, Claudia Elliott said…
I agree with you about the animated "GoD And DoG" ~ although it's a simple tune, the message true. I watch it over and over and have sent it to all my dog loving friends. Dogs are the best!!
At 3:33pm on September 2, 2009, Maltese Mom said…
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