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Serendipity

By Belinda

Rob and I were talking about the puppies Molson fathered a while ago, (before his more recent unsuccessful romantic liaison!)Three of them were sponsored by McDonalds to be trained by COPE (Canine Opportunities for People Empowerment) as service dogs. Hoping to find a photo of the puppies to show Rob, I checked their website and found a video clip of a news cast that include McFlurry--one of the puppies. Aurora, the puppies' mom is featured too, with a newer litter of puppies, but later on there is Flurry, with her young trainer at school. Such a cool surprise. :)

Comments

Susan said…
Wow, like I said to Bren on Facebook this morning, there's great genes in every branch of your family tree! :)

Delightful. It makes me want to go out and get a pup!

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