Hold the dog toys please! As an old dog with little interest in toys now, I just got a jump on spring cleaning!
It feels good to share.
Yep, we washed over a dozen dog toys and gave them to our local San Francisco rescue Grateful Dogs Rescue. They don't have a shelter but a nice network of foster homes. Sometimes a foster family hasn't cared for a dog in a long time. Now there is a big bag of toys waiting, with one I'm sure they will like to have.
It's nice to know my old toys bring squeaky joy to other dogs. I kept a few but this is better than having so many just getting dusty in my toy basket. It's Christmas in February!
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Where did the year go?! It's week fifty two of celebrating fabulous senior dogs! Did you enjoy our photo project? We hope you enjoyed getting to know the sweet senior dog known as Cleo, and her many moments as a old dog in the city. Life is good when we realize the human-animal bond is real.
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