Penne began life as a puppy mill breeder. She was later beaten so badly that she was blinded with only a bit of shadow vision in one eye. She could hear some sounds but had no idea where it came from. She was dumped in a field off a busy highway. A kind soul took her to a shelter. She was spayed and placed in a foster home. She developed chronic dry eye and no-one thought she would be adopted. I saw her picture on the internet and instantly fell in love with her. She became a star in obedience school and soon was visiting senior living facilities where so many fell in love with her. She delighted in seeing everyone and soon was beloved. When she was diagnosed with cancer, tears fell from those who had grown to love her so much. She lived a short four months after the diagnosis, continuing her visits until the last week. She was the most remarkable dog I have ever known. She knew when someone was troubled and would go to them and sit before them to be petted until that individual was calm. She took joy in visiting with the grandchildren. I will never stop missing her, she is in my heart forever.|
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