Tissues are compulsory

Lovingly known as wheelydog - Willow had a spinal injury and used a frame with wheels in place of her back legs. Hydrotherapy, a loving home and one year later she is walkig without her frame and continies to improve

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What a lovely story. I remember when (Milly) Willow came into the rescue. She is certainly having a great life. What a star Jan is.

Good girl Milly!!!!! :love5:
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I also remember her coming into the rescue. What a truly remarkable story and DOG. :love2: :love5: I have often wondered how she was getting on. I shall be buying her some socks.
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Will any socks do? Buddie has managed to find quite a few odd ones that never seem to get back with its pair??? :1966:
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I also remember her story - Jan is a saint for doing what she has done for Milly.

She is a truly remarkable dog.

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Marvellous story of Millie, many thanks to Jan for her patience, time, love & care, what a great success from what seemed to be a difficult start, congrats to you,
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Like benjiesmum I was wondering if any socks would do - I have a mountain of odd socks and would be more than happy to think there was a use for them. Helen
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choccielover wrote:Like benjiesmum I was wondering if any socks would do - I have a mountain of odd socks and would be more than happy to think there was a use for them. Helen

I will ask Jan.

Thank you to people who have donated some money for the pampers I saw Jan yesterday she is helping another poor Girl who came into rescue story will go on soon watch this space as they say anyway the little girl Called Maisie has has a few set backs in life and Jan is giving her a chance.
Anyway a cheque heading towards Jan today for the pampers.
Still not got the boots though as out of stock.
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