Review of Canine Angels - Free Service Dogs For Disabled American Veterans
Page reviewed 2013-09-14
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Top 5 Posts by Canine Angels - Free Service Dogs For Disabled American Veterans
|2013-09-11||Here is what happens to these bowls:||58||35||69|
|2013-09-11||Canine Angels is proud and honored to announce that we have accepted a...||144||38||16|
|2013-09-12||Our thanks to the Horry Georgetown Homebuilders Association for their...||120||11||19|
|2013-09-13||Canine Angels load up into the van one by one by name:||39||22||12|
Unanswered Posts by Others - Canine Angels - Free Service Dogs For Disabled American Veterans
|2013-08-30||There seems to be no limit to canine talent.||1|
|2013-08-30||Norma and Marley are doing a great job training as a therapy dog team.||0|
|2013-08-12||YES! That's Gigi in the middle of the pack!||0|
|2013-08-12||Another successful training session with Rick and the Pack!||0|