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FAREWELL YOSHI

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Yoshi was a beautiful 13 year old when he passed away last week.
He was a PVPC alumni and was so loved by his mom and dad.
He had his own temperament-- like many Pekes!
But, his mom had a stronger temperament.  LOL
He was a beauty-- his black coat was stunning.
His brother, Shami, died in 2018, and I know Yoshi missed him.   They were quite a pair.
He had a look of such love.
He lived on a horse farm, and had a lot of space (fenced) to run in.
Yoshi, like so many recently, was in renal/kidney failure and had lost over 1/3 of his weight.  He stopped eating.   When they do that, we know it's time.  They have fought the fight and then they let us know they are done.   As their caretakers (and parents), we listen to them, knowing they've given all they can.  
Shami and Yoshi are together again. 
The Rainbow Bridge has two best friends, enjoying each other, and running free.  Have fun, Yoshi and Shami.  💙  You are loved.

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tabithaclem
3 days ago
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Bella Ann

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BELLA ANN...
Bella is one of our PVPC alumni.   
She came into rescue in 2015 and is now about ten years old. 
Yes, she is getting a little gray around her mouth, but her spirit is still young.
She loves her mom, who has had Pekes for years, each one holding a special place in her heart.
Bella can be silly at times.  Who doesn't love a good basket-- LOL.
Her best friend is Emma Cole.  Emma Cole is her daddy's girl and Bella Ann is definitely her mom's.
Emma is ready to pose and maybe get a treat? 
Extra pillows are needed to look out the window.
The view is great-- maybe she can warn about dangerous squirrels out there!   It's a good day to be Bella Ann.   💜
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25 days ago
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TINA-- REMEMBERING HER BEGINNING

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 Tina is such a sweet girl, and she almost didn't make it out of the shelter 4 1/2 years ago.  She was young-- 2-3 at the time. 
 I was asked to come see her-- and this who I met.
 She was such a nice girl, but...
 She was in such need.
 Her skin was horrible-- but she came to me for love.
 And I just couldn't leave her there.   I suspected she wasn't a full Peke, but when I go to a shelter, and a dog this sweet comes to me for hugs, can I leave them there?  Nope.
 She went to Kay and Claretta's for medical help.  Her eyes began to look bright and her hair began to grow.  And whoops-- she was a mix.  😲💜  I'm so bad. LOL
Her skin healed, her hair grew, her vibrant, joyful personality came out even more.  And her foster moms couldn't let her go.  She changed their home.  She changed the other dogs.  She was happiness in a little body.  She was home.   And these stories of rescue are why we keep going.  "We are rescue."  What a privilege.  ❤️
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tabithaclem
29 days ago
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OH STEWART—SUCH LOVE

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 Stewart is now in an amazing family.
 He has claimed his older human brother as his best buddy. He snuggles up every night.
 They love each other so much.
 The rest adore Stewart— even Happy who is another blind dog they adopted from us.
Stewart is so loving and so wonderful.  He deserved this incredible home.
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tabithaclem
31 days ago
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GRANGER THE HELPER

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 Granger is such a help.  A box arrives and he empties it out right away—and then he climbs in.
 A big box arrived.  JOY!
 To keep him busy while my son in law put a new bed together, they opened it up so Granger could inspect it. He was so willing to do that.
Now he’s holding everything in place for his dad.  Pekes are such great helpers!!
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tabithaclem
39 days ago
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