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Listed in category:. It was love at first sight when Wilma the pit bull was brought into Sietos's Brooklyn firehouse. She was hungry and sick, her hair was matted, her tongue hung out at a weird angle—but she never stopped wagging her tail. Take National Geographic's dog quiz. It was also the beginning of Sietos's additional career as a clinical herbalist. He now helps both animals and people.
As for Wilma, she's improved and has taken on a role usually reserved for dalmatians: Firehouse Fido. A little enthusiasm can take you far—in the case of Pearl the black lab, all the way from a California pound to Haiti. At the animal shelter, a group that trains seeing-eye dogs saw promise in her. Then they got to know her.
That was music to the ears of the National Disaster Search Dog Foundation , since search and rescue missions require round-the-clock work and a "Wait, I'm just getting going! Watch a video of working dogs. After arduous training, the pair was deployed in to earthquake-stricken Haiti as part of the first ever international canine search and rescue team. The pair also traveled to Japan after the tsunami.
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But she's so much more than a pet to me. She's my partner. On the far right is Fenway's human brother Chris. Fenway arrived in Mass. Casey Casey crossed over the Rainbow Bridge inNovember His last week was difficult, but he stayed calm to the end. Health issues were affecting his quality of life, and there was nothing that could be done. As on that first day when his parents adopted him and gave him the first hug, they were with him at the end for a final embrace before saying good-bye.
Casey had been adopted seven years ago through a partnering shelter of All Sato Rescue located in New Jersey. Casey came into the All Sato Rescue system after a woman who found him waiting outside the house she had moved into--his owner had left him behind! When he first arrived at his new adoptive home he was timid, but after receiving love and encouragement he came to trust his parents and others.
Early on he responded to words and commands. They were best buddies for five years, enjoying many walks and lying in the sun on our patio in nice weather.
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His parents cherish the memories of Casey. She leaves a huge hole in the lives of her family.
Her mom said it feels as if she has lost a limb. Tipping the scales at about ten pounds, Belle was a small dog with a big personality. Contrary to most Satos, she was not a foodie. But, she lived every other facet of life to the fullest. She adored her snuggles, walks, naps, and play times. She was also a constant companion,going everywhere with her moms--to work, on vacations to Florida, NYC, NJ, and Seattle and that was just in the last year!
Belle was a gentle and steadying presence during many ups and downs--offering support during deaths of loved ones and sharing joyous occasions like her moms' wedding where she served as "best dog. After a rough start on the streets of Puerto Rico, Belle knew a life full of blessings, perhaps the most important being the fact that she knew she was a cherished member of the family.
Gordy Back in May of , we heard from a family that had just adopted Gordy In fact, Gordy was already spending every night curled up at the foot of his brother's bed. And, yes, we do like her VERY much for feeling that way!!
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They said that Gordy was so popular with all the kids in the neighborhood that whenever he went outside, they all started calling his name. Then Gordy would spend the day running around after all of them. His mom said that he had his own fan club. Gordy was also a quick study. He learned all his indoor manners within a week. Gordy was the absolute best dog! He was full of personality - He didn't walk into a room, he skipped or trotted always! He loved people and loved to snuggle up with them, even if he had just met them. One of his favorite things to do was sit outside in the sun for hours at a time Satos love their sun!
He was a happy, loveable little guy - people would comment that he looked like he was smiling. He probably was. We were so sad to learn that Gordy died of cancer in January , after almost ten years as a loving companion, neighborhood fixture, masterful cuddler, and loving brother.
His death left a very big hole in the life of his family, but he will in their hearts forever. Pancho Here's a lovely note that we received about Pancho from his dad. He grew to be the most loving, loyal, and wonderful family dog one could ever hope for. He was also a terrific watch dog. Pancho always let us know when someone was approaching the house. During his time with us, our family grew with the birth of our son and daughter.
Pancho was great with the kids and followed them everywhere to make sure they were okay. In the fall when I cut trees for firewood, Pancho was right there with me. He never turned down an invitation to go for a walk, cut wood, or go for a car ride. While he loved everyone in the family, he seemed to form a special bond with me. Pancho stayed by my side no matter where I went in the house. If I made a move to leave a room, he was right there and would follow me. No matter how late I got home from work he was there to greet me.
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While this story is one of great happiness and joy, it has a bittersweet ending.