We adopted Tasha in May 2001. She came to us as a foster (owner surrender) and after hearing about her previous homes, both of which were abusive, we couldn't bear to part with her. I still remember when Peggy dropped her off at our house, how sad she was that Peggy was leaving without her. She lay down under the dining room table and didn't want to come out…. She was so frightened. Well, now she's 13 years old and a little slower than she used to be, but still likes to play occasionally with our Dachshund still LOVES to go on a walk. She is the undisputed Alpha Dog in our house. She is very young at heart even at the ripe old "people" age of 91! She has been a real blessing to our home and we love her like crazy. She's a very special dog and we are so lucky to have her. We like to think she's been lucky to have us, too.
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