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|I love a story with a great ending and I am so glad for Hector and his new forever family !!!!
Have a great 4TH of July !!!!!!!
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No wonder Hector is deliriously happy! Just look at the way Will adores him! That match was made in heaven. Kudos to everyone who was involved in saving Hector and getting him to Nori and Will.
Ginnie, Will, and Nori, thank you all so much for what you'e done for Hector. And for this wonderful series on him. Rescue is very rewarding, but it can also take a big toll. And sometimes, when you are dealing with the dark side of rescue, an upbeat, happy-ending story like this is just what you need. The story and photos brought tears to my eyes. While I never actually got to meet Hector, he is one of "my babies" none the less. And I have to tell you, rescuers live for placements like this. The bond between Will and Hector is what we dream of finding for all our rescue babies. We don't always get it, but it is the target most of us aim for. You brought it home to me, as if I were there experiencing it for myself. Thank you so much for that precious gift.
What a great story. Happy endings are wonderful! These stories always make me want an additional dane. Happy 4th!
Hector is one lucky dane and the Warrens are two lucky people. Such a heart warming story for the 4th. Thanks
So glad to hear Hector is doing well. He was such a good boy those few hours we had for our spend the night party. I slept on the couch that night since we did't get home until 11:45 and we had to leave by 5:45 for him to start his final journey home. He wasn't ready to sleep yet and having to dose off with that heavy breathing in your face was an experience! Lots and hugs and kisses from me!
What a wonderful story -- couldn't have scripted a better one! A high paw to all those who contributed to Hector's placement, travel, etc. - this just goes to show the great side of human nature.
Great story - thanks so much for sharing. Brightened up my day!
I have dane with Addison's disease too- so i love seeing stories of them living LONG healthy lives despite their disease!
Hector wanted to say a very big "Woof" which translated into "thank you" once the drool was cleared from the computer screen. Apparently he likes to see pictures of himself. Will and I couldn't be happier with our new "son" and my parents love their "grand baby". He has become an instant member of the family. We all feel as though he's been here all along.
Will and I would like to take this opportunity to thank Ginnie first and foremost. Without her, these events would not have occurred. Secondly, to Marc and the Dane TRAIN "folk" who make this happen on a regular basis. I attempt to promote the need for rescue/adoption every day in my practice and it's so great to show them pictures of Hector ( and Thor, who was an adoptee before him) as an example of how wonderful these pets are. Congratulations on a job well done. I look forward to the next Dane addition. And just to let you know, Hector had a "big time" at the lake on the 4th.
What a wonderful, heart-warming story about a beautiful Dane and some pretty remarkable, caring people! Happy Independence Day, Hector, and many, many more!
We all knew that there were many people out there that hve been doing things like this for many years but it was wonderful for you, Ginnie, to relate the story of another successful "adoption" of a Dane in need. A BIG "Thank you!" to all involved in this adventure. It would be even better if there were a way to praise all the people involved in other "adventures" like this during the past years, with some help from the internet.
There are no words to express Hector's story! It just fills my heart with joy to to read your update!
Thank you Ginnie, Marc and Nori and Will!
So!! When's the book or movie due out on this!! Would make a great one!
this is one of the most amazing stories i have ever heard. nori and will (and all the volunteers) should be given some sort of medal for all the hard work on getting hector to a home where he is truly loved and cared for.
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