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A Dog Can Be Anything and Is Everything

Halloween made Juggernaut’s secret wish come true

My first ride in a car — destination, my new home. Image from author’s photos.

Look at that face. Sure, she smiled and held me close, but she also separated me from my birth mom and siblings. Fear gripped me the day we drove in the car to my forever home. I knew enough to go calmly because I’d heard how important it is to make a good first impression, but I remember when they snapped this…




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Brenda Mahler

Brenda Mahler

Real life person sharing real life stories. Writing about travel, dogs, and healthy lifestyles.

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