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Sam I Am

Princeton, A love Story.

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Sam I Am

Just finished reading this book. The author, Terry Fong, is a resident Albertan chicken farmers whose dog, Princeton, survived bone cancer at 12 yrs of age, having his leg amputated. The vets gave him a sketchy time frame of survival (maximum a year). He sure fooled them....He died At the age of 18 years.   A testament about the love Terry  and Princeton shared through many scary health issues. May all dogs have a Terry in their lives. It is actually a required reading by one of the professors at the University of Saskatchewan, Western College of Veterinary medicine.

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Sam I Am

Sam forever the love bug. We share such a great bond and I am pretty sure he understands me way more than I can begin to imagine. A tight fit on this chair  but a few minutes of sharing a moment of each other’s company and warmth.

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bradl

A warm Cairn comfortably settled on ones lap is balm for the soul.

Even one slouched onto my shoulder like a drunken parrot.

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Kathryn

And nothing will ever be more comforting than a dog who shares your naps and your bed:

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