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Published: Saturday, March 15 2014 9:45 p.m. MDT

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Karen R.
Houston, TX

Wonderful. Sounds like Balto has a great retirement home to go to. My best wishes to the entire Logie family.

Marie Ferguson
Glenning Valley, Australia, NSW

Already having an emotional morning, listening to 'My song in the night' by the Tabernacle Choir and seeing the video of giving service, when I read the story of this beautiful dog Balto and his 'dad' coming back together again. I can imagine the joy of their reunion, being a dog lover and feeling their love when they see me, for Balto to have that joy and love with excitement for seeing his 'dad' again. What a lovely story to read and I wish Balto a long life and wonderful life in retirement. Can you imagine what it will be like when we see our departed animals in the Spirit World, it will be like this experience with Balto. So much love and excitement.


Mans best friend.

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