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A LOAN FROM GOD
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A LOAN FROM GOD
Albert Schweitzer
The Power of the Dog
OUR ITALIAN VOLPINOS
A DOG'S SOUL
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I AM A PUPPY
GROW OLD WITH DOGS
WHY ADOPT AN OLDER DOG
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JUST A DOG
GLENVALLEY GOSSAMER
THE TEN COMMANDMENTS
ABOUT ME.
GLENVALLEY GUEST BOOK
LOSS OF A DOG
I ADOPTED YOUR PET TODAY
A LIVING LOVE
JUDGING EXPERIENCE.
NEWS.
GALLERY PAST
IRELAND
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WINTER OF LIFE
WHERE WE LIVE
GALLERY PRESENT.
NEW HOPEFULS.
STUDS, PUPPIES ETC.
A STUMP OF A TAIL
BEFORE I WAS A DOG MUM
A STUMP OF A TAIL

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             A Loan From God


  God promised at the birth of time, a special friend to give,
  His time on earth is short He said, so love him while he lives.
   It may be six  or seven years, or twelve or then sixteen,
   but love him till I call him back, take care of him for Me.
   A wagging tail, a cold wet nose, and silken velvet ears,
   A heart as big as all outdoors,to love you through the years.
   His puppy ways will gladden you, and antics bring a smile,
   As guardian or friend he will be loyal, all the while.
   He'll bring his charms to grace your life, and though his stay be brief,
   When he's gone the memories are solace for your grief.
   I cannot promise he will stay, as all from earth return,
   But lessons only a dog can teach, I want you each to learn.
   Whatever love you give to him, returns in triple measure, 
   Follow his lead and gain a life, brim full of simple pleasure.
   Enjoy each day as it comes, allow your heart to guide, 
   Be loyal and steadfast in love, as the dog there by your side.
   Now will you will give him all your love, nor think the labour vain,
   Nor hate Me when I come to call, to take him back again?
   I fancy each of us would say " Dear Lord, Thy will be done, 
   For all the joy this day shall bring, the risks of grief we'll run.
   We'll shelter him with tenderness, we'll love him while we may, 
   And for the happiness we've known, for ever grateful stay.
   But shall the angels call for him, much sooner than we'd planned,
   We'll brave the bitter grief that comes, and try to understand."

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