Some of you are aware that I had my companion taken away recently. I know that this is not a big deal to many, but to those that love their pets, and to those that encouraged me to keep fighting, I have to say thank you for your advice and encouragement. My Pembroke Welsh Corgi is right now laying at my feet, content and calm. The condition I shared with my x g/f is that if he ever seems unhappy or stressed out with not seeing her, that she can take him back or possibly set up weekends where she can visit or take him. He seems so happy right now to be back with his "daddy", but like I told her so many times...it is all about his quality of life and contentment. For now he just seems so relieved to be back home. Many of you have helped to make this happen ...Again, thank you.
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