I’m a little disappointed to report that I won’t be able to get back my dog after he died, but that doesn’t mean I’m not heartbroken.
My dog was one of the few animals who was not a service dog.
The last thing I wanted to do was put him down.
The fact that I lost him has brought me to the verge of tears, as I can only imagine what it’s like to lose a family member.
I’m also sad that it’s the end of an era for me, as this has been my life for the past 16 years.
It’s not the end yet, though.
I plan on keeping him around for the foreseeable future, and when I get a chance to reunite with him I will be there to help him.
I will continue to work with the dogs I have, as the way to find a loving home for them is to take them into a home that understands their needs and wants them to have a place to live.
How can I help?
If you are a dog owner or dog lover, you may be wondering how you can help.
If you can’t find a way to make a donation, the Humane Society of the United States is looking for ways to help out, and you can contribute online by visiting www.hsusa.org.
To find out how to volunteer at a shelter or a rescue group, visit www.hhsusa, or follow them on Facebook or Twitter.
To learn more about animal welfare issues, check out the Center for Animals at www.petfinder.com, and the National Coalition for the Homeless at www,nchhomeless.org, as well as The Humane Society at www.,humane.org and the Center on Animal Rights at www.(http://www.animals.org).
If you have questions about how to help a dog or cat, visit the ASPCA’s website at www and the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) at www(http://sapo.gov/sapo).
If you’re interested in adopting a dog, please visit www and see if the shelter or rescue group is interested in taking him in.