LETTING GO OF KING ARTHUR WILL BE THE HARDEST BUT I MUST -- I HAVE HELD ON TO HIM KNOWING THAT HIS SUFFERING FROM PTSD HAS REACHED A LEVEL THAT CAN NO LONGER BE REVERSED -- PREVIOUS ATTEMPTS TO ASSIST HIM IN REDUCING HIS PTSD HAS FAILED -- SO MANY CANINE THERAPISTS AND NOT ONE WAS ABLE TO CHANGE HIS PTSD
HE CAN NO LONGER PARTICIPATE IN THE JOYS OF LIFE AS HE ONCE DID -- HE CAN NO LONGER PLAY WITH OTHER DOGS AS HE ONCE DID -- NOT BECAUSE HE DOES NOT TRY, BUT HIS FEAR OF BEINGATTACKED BY OTHER CANINES SUPERSEDES HIS DESIRE TO BE HAPPY -- MY HEART BLEEDS FOR HIM, BUT MY DEAR FRIEND, WHO SPOKE WITH ME FOR HOURS ON THE PHONE THE OTHER NIGHT,,IS RIGHT AND SO IS MY MOM -- HIS SOUL MUST BE SET FREE SO THAT, IN HEAVEN, HE WILL NEVER, EVER SEE ANOTHER BAD DOG, WHERE HE CAN PLAY FREELY WITHOUT THE FEAR OF BEING ATTACKED BY ANOTHER VICIOUS DOG
IN MY DESPERATION TO HOLD ONTO HIM I HAVE DONE MORE HARM THAN GOOD -- HIS EMOTIONAL SUFFERING IS INTENSE AND I NEED TO BE THE HUMAN PARENT HE EXPECTS ME TO BE -- SO THIS WEEK WITH A VERY HEAVY HEART I WILL MAKE THE ARRANGEMENTS TO SET KING ARTHUR FREE AS HE SO DESERVES -- IT WILL BE MY CHRISTMAS GIFT TO YOU ARTHUR -- I NEED TO STOP BEING SELFISH ABOUT THIS AND DO WHAT I KNOW IS RIGHT FOR YOU ARTHUR -- I AM SO SORRY I WAS NOT A BETTER PARENT TO YOU
KING ARTHUR NO MORE ARTHRITIS OR TUMORS UP IN HEAVEN EITHER
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SPECIAL NOTE: THIS VET SAVED THE LIFE OF SERVICE DOG, KING ARTHUR, ON JULY 29, 2013. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED BY REVEREND SYNDIA-GREGORIA
Countryside Mobile Veterinary Services was established by Dr. Lisa Stewart, DVM, in 1998 to provide small animal veterinary care without the need for transporting the pet to a traditional veterinary facility.
Bringing the Vet to the pet results in lower stress levels for the pet and the owner, more accurate blood work (stress alters many blood tests), no waiting in a Veterinary Office with other animals, and the ability to evaluate the pet in his/her environment.
Serving the northeastern Baltimore County and southern Harford County areas, our licensed mobile facility provides most of the same services as a traditional veterinary clinic. Services include wellness care, vaccinations, diagnostics, labwork, microchip implantation, treatment of illness and injuries, dental procedures and surgeries.
Dr. Stewart also provides end-of-life care with in-home euthanasia.
For only $10.00 A DAY, we offer more than the typical doggie daycare centers. On top of fabulous stimulating and recreational activities for your hard working service dogs and precious domestic pets, we groom them daily, brush their teeth, bathe them bi-weekly, trim their nails, massage them, feed them twice a day, take them out for their necessities every three hours, encourage their socialization skills, provide training for those in need of further skills in both the basics and advanced obedience, provide service dog training for the visually, physically, neurologically, and mentally challenged. We are unique and great at what we do. We are a paradise for your service animal or domestic pet. Non other like us out there. Check us out! Contact Reverend George Monroe Kendall at 410-800-5927
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The Baltimore Service and Assistance Dog Club (Baltimore Assistance Dog and Baltimore Service Dog) is a group of Disabled Individuals who are presently in the process of training their own canines to assist them with their visual, hearing, physical, mobility, and psychiatric challenges. Further, for those who are exploring the possibility of obtaining that special dog to be their helper, then this Meetup Group can be of valuable service as it is a way of sharing ideas, questions, information, and resources pertaining to Service and Assistance Animals. In addition, Dog Trainers and Service Dog Trainers can bring forth a wealth of information for those considering training their own Assistance Dog and / or whose current Service Canine may need refresher sessions .
The Baltimore Service and Assistance Dog Club is an opportunity to gather together with other Service Dog Owners, Future Service Animal Owners, and Trainers. It is a chance of not only discussing about Service and Assistance Dogs, but of companionship with others who share a common interest and a desire to live more independently via the use of a wonderful four-legged helper.
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