Dat is such an incredible image of a service dog and his handler. I has seen it befores but I never tire of it.I am SOOOOO glad your itchies has settled down some. If we drinks alot of beer I bet they would go away totally. Sees, I is smart likes dat.I hasn't had Benadryl since Friday...WOOOOHOOOOOO!Oh and bouts your haircut...don't be embarrassed, I will still go out in public with you and then I can just embarrass you with my keraziness.Puddles
We too are remembering this day with so many mixed emotions. We pray for all the lives lost and their families, but also have joy in our hearts for all the HERO'S.Hugs,Lily Belle & Muffin
Mom watched a documentary last night on Animal Planet about the K9 Heroes and their handlers from September 11hugs madi your bfff
We honor our heroes - both 2-legged and 4!!!Beautiful post, Sasha!Play bows,Zim
We will remember always...thank you for your post.stella rose and family
Wonderful Post! Leo
We are SAD to have to remember this day.
we have much sadness this day but also some good memories too - we saw America refuse to be beaten down and to stand even taller
What a powerful picture of the dog and handler. We will always remember the day that changed our world.
Those rescue dogs are incredible, lots of people owe their lives to them.Dip Bridge and Elliot x
Oh my Sweet Pal, this is such a lovely tribute to all that lost their lives, and those who stepped up to so selflessly help.Hero's indeed.Kisses,Ruby ♥
A very beautiful posty Sashy.I love hero'slovetweedles
Touching and poignant, Sasha. Thank you.
I have four legs, so I must be the perfect companion. I don't think anyone can forget what they were doing on September 11, the terrible day in our history.Thanks for being a friendSweet William The Scot
I just read about your POTP. What happened to you? I hope you're okay now.That's really sweet of you to remember.
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