|It is good to hear that Sam is apparently accepting the idea of meeting new friends to transport him. He shows that he is learning to have a positive attitude toward change so he should continue to be happy & healthy. Thank you Ginnie for showing the wonderful work being done by the many Rescues as well as the Dane T.R.A.I.N. volunteers.
thanks for the updates on Sam, Hector & Duke. You have so much brightened my day with happy stories of rescued Danes. Keep up the good work- all of you !!!
I'm glad to hear that Sam was eager for his next adventure... I truly hope it was'nt too traumatic for you and Billy to say ggod-bye...
things will work out for Sam and things will work out for you guys too !!!!! Some day a Dane will claim you're hearts again !!!!!!!
Keep us informed.....
Both of my Danes are rescues and as much as I may fantasize of someday having a fancy Harlequin I am pretty hooked on these recues. I hope to someday have the opportunity to rescue some special needs pups. For anyone interested. there currently is a lovely Dane Shar Pei mix on petfinder in MA who is blind and partially deaf. She has the sweetest face. I feel like the Dane owners I know are the sort of people who could really give this precious girl what she needs.
I am so pleased that Sam has completed the first part of his journey to his forever home. I followed his progress through Ginnie's web site and through the Dane Train message board. I feel a special kinship to Sam because... well... I just do. Thank you Ginnie and Dane Train and Great Dane Gang members for all that you do.
Well. Now…, someone, or many people, in Canada are about to embark on a journey with a Great Dane named Sam. It is a journey that will change their lives for the good in ways they never imagined, for the heart of a rescue Dane is as big as the world. The love these unsuspecting strangers will receive from Sam will fill their hearts with goodwill such that it changes them forever, as it has me
Thanks for the plug, Ginnie. It couldn't come at a better time. After moving heaven and earth last week (thanks mostly to Marc Sayer and various Dane Train folks and San Diego GD rescue), I found a haven for a black male who was on death row. And proving no<G>good deed goes unpunished there is another this week. He's featured at my website, lives in San Angelo TX & needs a home without cats. He's truly one Los Loney Boy and so hopefully someone will take pity on his plight.......
I come here each day to look at Chloe and remember her. It means so much to me that this site is here. Thank you.
It's been 10 months now and where ever I am in the world if I can get to a computer I see my Chloe. There have been very few days that I haven't visited this page and remember Sam and wonder where he is. Think about Ivory Moon and how she must be missed. I wonder about Duke and hope for an update on a future DaDane. I, of course, come here and remember my Chloe girl. It's spring now and reminds me of when she started to go down last year. How she so loved to visit the pine grove but could hardly walk there. I hope there is a pine grove where she is now. I miss her so, her gentle quietness, her stately manner. She passed in and out of every day of my life for 12 years. Even though we have a dog with us now (a rescued Dane mix) he doesn't fill those time when I still feel the need to reach around and stroke Chlo's neck or tickle her ears. I still turn around expecting her to be there and those times I both love and hate because I feel her in my heart and hurts so. I miss you Chloe. I still, and always will, love you my baby girl.
I stumbled in tonight on a sleepless night and saw a remembrance by my friend, Galen. Chloe knows how much you loved her, Galen. I do, too. You are both always in my prayers.
It's been 11 months... next month will be a year. I try to remember things about Chloe everyday. Little details that I'm afraid I'll forget. I so glad this page is here to remind me to do that. Thank you.
Today is 1 year without her. I can't believe I made it. I don't know if this will be a landmark day or not but I do know that it has been the worst year of my life. I just want anyone who comes here to remember her and how wonderful Chloe was and to know that I do not say I loved her but that I love her still, everyday. I so hope that that rainbow bridge concept is real and that I will get to see her again. I remember you my little girl. I will never forget you, ever.
I do believe that we will all, someday, be reunited with those we love. I also believe that the many lessons we've been taught by those we love are gifts from one soul to another. Chloe lives on in your heart. She will never leave you.
Recovering from her loss has been a struggle for you. I hope you can soon begin to release your pain and replace it with memories of the good times you had together. Chloe would want that.
Perhaps the best tribute to Chloe would be to "rescue" another special Dane because Chloe taught you that rescue/comfort/love flows in a deep wide circle.
Our thoughts are with you today and beyond.
Dear Galen: I came here today to send you a message. You already know how I feel. This is a safe and gentle place where we can remember Chloe. You already know that you are in my thoughts this day, as is Sweet Chloe. I love her, too. And...I love my own Chloe, too, remember? Love, Maureen
I still come here each day to see Chloe's picture, remember Ivory and wonder how Sam is.