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Finding the Hero in Ourselves and Others

October 21, 2011

 

 

Meet Laverne. She’s a nine year old Chihuahua, and she is now ours. Yes, my horizons have expanded beyond Labradors despite every expectation of my own or, for that matter, that of anyone I know. 

 

 

 

I am well known to be a dog person, and have been all my life, moving from the Collie of my childhood (Lad) to my first Labrador (Chaos), born from my friend’s dog and not quite the right color for a Lab. My next Labrador, Samba,...

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