Amazing rescue story

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    Volunteer's dog finds missing 5-year-old Wisconsin boy | StarTribune.com

    Wow, what a blessing for that family.
     
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    I'll bet the wife, who tried to keep the dog at home that day, is glad her husband didn't listen to her.

    Time to put the pup on a diet, lol. I love dogs. One of the most remarkable of God's gifts to us.
     
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    That's great news, but...

    A five year old in a diaper?
     
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    Autistic child...
     
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    Which is why his mother was so distraught. She was afraid he'd go straight to the tracks.
     
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    Maybe next time I should click the link...
     
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    It's a thought.
     
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    God I love dogs. Who can live without one or more??

    That dog did just what my dogs would do. Find me and they would.

    Glad the little guys dog found him and he's okay.

    Thanks for sharing once again BB.
     
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    I'd like to live with 17, but that wouldn't be fair to them.

    I'm pretty sure.

    ........... I should look into that. :)
     
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    And if they didn't, they're still wonderful!

    I worry that my affection for my pups will scar my children..I have to make it a point to love on my kids when I love on the dogs. I do love my kids more, it's just different. With dogs it's instant gratification...I feel better when I grab my monster and give him a huge hug. I'm afraid if I hugged my son as much as I hug the dogs I'll make him weird. So it's a balancing act. :lol::lol::lol:

    Thank goodness, the kids love them too.
     

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