"Hi Alma: I'd be glad to look you up on facebook. Hope you had nice Christmas. We have about 14 inches of snow and its cold as the dickens out. My chihuahua has to go to the garage and us newpapers to potty because she is way over her head in…"
I will look u up in face book. I love what I do and how wonderful; all animals response to the needs of people. especially to see the joy and happiness in their face. I been living in PR for close to 8 years and It is very sad to see so…"
"Dear Alma: We have come to touch each others lives in more than one way. My little dog is a chihuahua and is a psychiatriatric service dog. And I lived in Puerto Rico in San Juan for a shor time with very dear friends in the 70's. It was a…"
"We lost our dear Ginger 2 years ago while I was in a diabetic coma. She also became diabetic at the same time and was extremely ill. While I was in a coma my husband hand to gently lay her in the arms of our vet to say goodbye. I will never be able…"
What is your dog's breed? (If you have more than one dog, please list a name followed by breed.)
lady half dalmation/lab
married 32 years, 3 sons, 9 grandchildren, sophomore in college, Gracey is my psychiatric support service dog, Lady was found abandoned on the highway at 5 weeks of age
What is one thing your dog does that reminds you to open your heart and love more deeply?
when I am sad Gracey climbs up and cuddles my kneck and makes me feel safe and loved and when this happens it strengthens me to take her to the mental health gatherings to participate. when she is with me my fear is less. i can participate and help others feel better because she is the snuggled in my arms showing me that unconditional love that i have found only from her and God.
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?
I will look u up in face book. I love what I do and how wonderful; all animals response to the needs of people. especially to see the joy and happiness in their face. I been living in PR for close to 8 years and It is very sad to see so many alone and how people disrespect the quality lif of animals.
I still cannot believe that this is the 20centuries and people still act like the flinstone times. I also own a chihuahua rescue and I am training him for theraputic and I love him to death. For a chihuahua I am so amazes how quiet and gentle he is with people, especially kids. Boy he love kids.. But anyway thank you and we will continual at least threw facebook. Look me up too Alma Febus.
We lost our dear Ginger 2 years ago while I was in a diabetic coma. She also became diabetic at the same time and was extremely ill. While I was in a coma my husband hand to gently lay her in the arms of our vet to say goodbye. I will never be able to say how sorry I am not to have been there to hold her and him when it was time to say goodbye. She was the dearest one and it seemed wrong that I survived and she didn't. It took me a long time to understand that she is now alive and healthy in the hereafter and that is something I could never giver her. I miss her everyday and thank God that with her love I am able to handle having this disease myself.
Yes, they are a huge part of our lives. It was devasting for when Rio passed. But, knew it is the cycle of life and he was in a better place now. Oliver is now relishing in all the attention and loves every minute of it. Have a lovely Sunday !