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Cindy J. Flushing, MI

Dog Easily Resolves Nighttime “Potty” Problem

“Here is a little success story of my own. Frankie, my young Springer Spaniel occassionally needs to go potty in the night. I can’t hear him scratch at the door when I am sleeping. I told him that he could bark to wake me up. He replied that he didn’t want to wake up Daddy. So I told him to lick my face until I wake up and I will let him out. So that’s what he does! No more accidents! — Inez S.

You act as a sounding board.  You offer encouragement.  You help me address my fears.  You help me deal with my issues and those of my cat family.  When I get overwhelmed, depressed, discouraged, you help me see the truth of the situation.  You listen.  You give me techniques to deal with things.  You’ve kept me going and kept me “sane” through lots of changes and ups and downs.  You’re there for me when I have crises.  You’ve been a great friend.  So many, many thanks for all of that!”

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