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Layla: 5 Years as a Walter Reed Red Cross Therapy Dog

Discussion in 'Sheltie Chat' started by Chris, Apr 13, 2012.

  1. Lahree

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    What wonderful work you both do! How awesome to be able to do something like that. Congratulations!
     
  2. Chris

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    Of course they did!! I saw many cards up on walls in soldiers' rooms, and I just know there were some from your kids!
     
  3. Chris

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    I'm so glad your vet was at last acknowldged!!! Your Dad or your Mom?
     
  4. Chris

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    We think she carries a rare graying gene.
     
  5. Emmasmom

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    My Dad - he was in the merchant navy.
     
  6. Mally's Mom

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    Good Duty, Layla. What a fine sheltie you are.

    We are very proud of you.
     
  7. adellelauren

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  8. MissSuzie

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    That is just incredibly awesome! Congratulations to both of you. Layla has such a sweet little face. You are both beautiful, inside and out!
     
  9. Chris

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    Wow! Those guys were great heroes of World War II!!!!!
     
  10. pattymaine

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    Congrats, Layla, for your dedicated service! You are doing an important job and I'm sure the vets appreciate your caring and compassion. By the way, I love your photo; you are adorable and I'll bet you cheer up every vet you visit!
     

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