Friday, November 21, 2008

Happy 4th Birthday Sadie!

A couple photos from today!



She sure is a happy girl!

The following photos were all taken AFTER her terrible accident. For those of you who thought we couldn't do it and to those who would have put her down, those who thought she'd always limp, to those who thought I was just keeping her to be a 'puppy mill', these photos are for you! Thank you for making me work harder :)

They are just a GLIMPSE of how far Sadie and I have come together....a long, bumpy road....but when the love is shown from both sides, it really truly is a glorious thing to behold. After selling my car to pay for her surgery and her amazingly quick recovery, I thank the many vets and rehab specialists at the U of M = St. Paul, that helped us get this far and to all of those who were real friends and believed me and stuck by me and helped me, these photos are in honor of you and my Sadie Princess!





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Everyday is an extra day with her, a true gift from God, and I could never be happier with my decision to keep my heart girl here. I know I did the right thing.

I love you Sadie!

7 comments:

coopercreek said...

Ah, Happy birthday Sadie!! And many more blessings to you and Garrett!! Hugs and wags, Laura and the Coopster.

Dawn said...

Happy Birthday Sister Sadie! Magic

penni said...

The right decision, Garrett. Happy birthday to Sadie and a good day to you as well.

Penni, Chase, Inca and Kip
www.fromdownhere.com

Carol Bator said...

What a special dog. I am glad she is doing so well and that the two of you are happy together.

country girl said...

Good for you. She is a beauty.

Wrensong Farm said...

Sadie is a beauty! I don't listen to a thing people say to me about the $$$ and time I spend with/on my dogs. They don't understand the love and enjoyment of such a relationship (their loss).

Sherilyn said...

Happy Barkday Sadie!! :) Here's to many many more!

Hugs to all of you,
Sherilyn

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