All dogs are therapy dogs
PUPPY by Marie Wilson
Search & rescue dogs save lives everyday, using their incredible sense of smell to find people buried in rubble. Therapy dogs perform emotional rescue & they too save lives. Even if they’re not officially trained as such, all dogs are therapy dogs.
CHELSEA by Michael Van der Tol
Dogs walk happily alongside their significant person on a nature trail and also on the bumpy road of life, always loyal and loving, a sweet furry reminder that all is not lost. After a hard day when life’s cruelties seem too much, a dog’s love can be a reason to keep on keeping on.
CLOVER by Laura Boston-Thek
People who don’t own dogs sometimes don’t get it. It’s like not having kids and watching parents grapple with screaming toddlers; you watch dog owners pick up poo with little bags and wonder: what’s the attraction? Try fostering a dog or taking care of a friend’s dog. Or, just take a dog lover’s word for it: Dogs are wonderful.
LUCE AND MAGGIOLINO by Catharine Amato
It’s a big responsibility, owning a dog. But those who want or need a dog should get a dog. Make the commitment and give a dog a home. They will give so much back.
NIXIE by Aaron Schwartz
Marie Wilson wrote this piece. Her dog Nixie is in need of some costly medical attention. So Marie started an online fundraiser. You can find it here: youcaring.com/mariewilson-885356
Marie can be found here
Michael’s previous contributions to aamora
Laura’s work can be enjoyed here
Catharine has some images here
Aaron’s photograhy can be viewed here