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    What a wonderful difference Molly and Charlie have made in your life. They certainly give life a point...don't they.
    Mary-owned by Maya, Scout, Jazz and Sassy
    Annie at the bridge 3/13
    Life may not be the party we hoped for, but while we're here we should dance......

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    Glad to hear that things are improving for you. Depression can be such a debilitating illness. Our cavalier babies are just so worth it aren't they!
    Julie and the girls

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    I must admit, I also sufer form depression. for about 7 years now. But I have problems with that and annie. I was always even more sad, because she loves all people and I was scared, that she doesnt love me and that sometimes made it even worse. I must really be a horrible person.

    I am so happy for you, Christine! And you also have beautiful children!

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    Christine, what an inspiring story! Teared up....I too believe in the power of my dogs to make ANYTHING better...depression, illness, grief...you name it! What a happy ending and I hope it only gets happier for you! ALL of your children (fur or no fur) are gorgeous!
    Lindsay
    Proud mom of Spencer (tri), Izzy (blen), Tilly (tri) and Howie the cava-cat

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    What a touching story. Thank you fro sharing it with us. Your children are lovely. I don't suffer with depression but I do get lonely. I know my puppy will fill a gap.

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    What a touching story. Thank you for sharing it with us. Your children are lovely. I don't suffer with depression but I do get lonely. I know my puppy will fill a gap.

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