Monday, December 29, 2008

Take a quick view at this link

Here is a nice story about what happend to #$#$#$ Vicks' dogs in the recent Sports Illustrated issue. It illustrates how patience and love can transform dogs, and even humans. It is a very good article. This link provides photos from the article. A testament how a "breed" isn't bad, it is how the individuals treat and train "the breed." Give it a glance! And, here is the link to the article. Hard to believe it is SI.

5 comments:

Patience-please said...

We saw that article and meant to post it on the blog, but the servant is soooooo senile, so we're really glad you did!!!


wags from the whippets

Asta said...

Thanks fow telling us ablout the awticle..I always knew bweeds wewen't the pwoblem...hooomans awe
hope you had a spectacoolaw Chwissmuss
love and smoochie kisses
ASTA

Dewey Dewster said...

That was a very moving article and you have to hope that what happened to those dogs won't ever happen again but we all know that isn't true...it goes on every day and will most likely continue to.....it is wonderful that so many of those poor dogs were saved....we pray they will be able to heal and lead the same lives that we all lead now....it's a New Years wish that hopefully will come true.....

Dewey Dewster here....

Stella said...

That was a good article and we enjoyed the Dog Town special on the training of the dogs they got. http://news.bestfriends.org/index.cfm?page=news&fps=1&mode=entry&entry=65D0ECCF-19B9-B9D5-9DA9F977BAB05E9D

The above link (we hope you can get it) is to Best Friends and talks about DogTown. Dog Town is on National Geo channel and you don't want to miss it!

Kisses,
Stella and her Mom

The Aphasia Decoder.... said...

That is a great article and my hat is off to the people who where so patient with those dogs to rehab them.

Levi's mom

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