Bastet October 13, 2019 Share October 13, 2019 I was watching during breaks in football, but that included halftime, so I saw a good percentage of the episode. Including most of the rescue of Salmon, whose physical and emotional condition broke my heart. "You don't have to live like that anymore" made me smile and tear up simultaneously. It's pretty incredible the little nudie is heartworm negative! That they still have dogs in the kennel who were with them in CA also hurts my heart. I love how much they love the seniors and keep developing special facilities and programs for them whenever they can, so that when they do wind up living out their days at VRC, at least they have intervals in a home-like environment. LOL at setting up a TV to show The Golden Girls and Murder, She Wrote - hells, yes, I would volunteer to hang out in that room for a few hours with an old dog. (I laughed at Lizzy: "If you ever can't find me, come look in this teepee.") No matter how many times Tia talks about, and they try to show, the scope of the problem in their area, I can't ever fully wrap my mind around it. I, too, wish they had 100 Julies, so they could farm out more of the dogs who need a smaller, home-based environment to be properly ready for adoption. Julie has a lot of dogs, but she seems to do this full-time, so hopefully her rotation schedule means everybody gets a good amount of time in the house and in that huge yard. (And "Dugout got a house in the Hamptons" sounds as funny as it is nice, like Dugout works on Wall Street and bought a second home.) 4 Link to comment
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