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Tag Archives: Alice Mayn
On the show today: Dudley the dog who is missing toes talks about lab experiments, a kitty talks about whether to celebrate birthday before deathday, we tell Riker how to use calming signals in the car, Goldys the rescue talks what it is like being blind. Rescue guest Alice Mayn of Lily’s Legacy Senior Dog Sanctuary
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Lily’s Legacy Senior Dog Sanctuary – a rescue
/sanctuary I founded in 2009. I’m a long time dog lover and began doing rescue work in 1997 with Golden Retriever Rescue. In the fall of 2007, I took in a wonderful old Golden Retriever, Lily, who had a host of medical issues and was only with us for 4 months before she crossed Rainbow Bridge. She was the inspiration for this sanctuary.
Lily’s Legacy Senior Dog Sanctuary
6930 Sir Francis Drake Blvd PO Box 101
Forest Knolls, CA 94933
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About our plans to move to a permanent sanctuary and our current video we are using to help raise capital funds for the project – link to video belowhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?
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Goldy was an owner surrender due to lack of time. He had spent a great deal of time alone in the months prior to his surrender. He has cataracts and is virtually blind. He gets around very well considering but is harder to adopt out than a seeing senior dog. He has been with us since 11/11. We have applied for a grant in order for him to have cataract surgery so he can see again!!! He is a sweet, sweet boy and so easy to care for.
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How does his blindness affect him?What does he miss doing because of his blindness?What kind of home would he like?