Roz, i was just remembering a few years ago i had a wonderfl dog who i had saved from a shelter. Lamont was a dog that EVER0NE loved but had a severe nervous problem. Anyway, i had t leave him for a reason i can't remember but i looked at several places so everyone knew how nervous i was anyway they liked him so they kept him close to them the whole time i was gone sohe didn't get lonesome. Ask friends and the people you work with and vizit the places. As wonderful as Brenda is i am positive someone will love to have her, but then again you might have to fight to get her back! LolBarbara, as Brenda was aging and Morey and I were watching her do more and more "refusals" we both realized that bringing in a "Successor Dog" was inevitible and we discussed how Brenda would become his pet as I progressed to work more and more with my new dog.
We never thought in a million years that Morey wouldn't be here to be with Brenda, to keep her company and see her through her aging years.
Life sure has a way of throwing mountains in our pathway's and dares us to climb them and keep moving forward.
Well, I've got these two wonderfully, adorable and brilliant dogs to take care of by myself and I'll be damned if either one of them will feel lost or alone....EVER!!!!! I'm going to shower them with love and support and make sure that that their every need is met....I wouldn't have it any other way and, I know, neither would Morey!