Polly and you are both lucky to have found each other. Thanks for sharing the background on how Polly found you!
Enjoy the day with your sweetheart!
What a great story and tribute to Polly as well as a salute to your unconditional love for Polly and all animals. She is indeed a shining star who has proven that handicaps should never be judged by others as every living thing has something to offer the world.
Thank you for sharing this with us this Valentine weekend and showing us what love is really all about....unconditional acceptance of one regardless of their flaws.
Happy Valentine's Day to you and Polly and the rest of your four legged family (and DH-don't want to leave him out)!
You and Polly have developed a bond that nothing will come between. I think was meant to be that you both be together. She has developed into quite a service dog and that is due to the training she has received and the absolute unconditional love and devotion you both have for each other.
I know you both will have many, many years of love and valuable service with each other. You need and and she needs you. What more can you say about the perfect relationship.
Love to both of you.
I so admire your attitude and am a bit envious of your wonderful relationship with Polly. You are both so lucky to have each other...
My attitude stinks of late. Polly looked at me today and barked. She said come on we are going for a walk. We walked and as a reward I let Polly meet a group of young girls. 4 of them descended on Polly. The parents were horrified they would freak Polly out. Polly loved it.
How can I feel sorry for myself with my Goofy Girl, enjoying life so much?
I guess you can feel sorry for yourself, then when Polly thinks you've had enough and tells you so, you pick yourself up, dust yourself off, and get on with enjoying life in the moment. What a lovely friend!
I'm thinking of reading this post out loud to Annie & Bandit, the tiny twin terrorists. Think they'd listen?
Congrats, Alex. She is another wonder in a wonderful life.