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May 21, 2011
Every dog, no matter how young or old, waggy or dejected, mange-riddled or notch-eared or three-legged or two-legged or otherwise legged, no matter if its tongue is unfurled and lolling out of its mouth because of edentulousness, blind or deaf, spastic or spry, no matter how seemingly common and unremarkable, deserves to be treated like royalty. I often make a fuss out of "ordinary" dogs, those I'm sure don't get special attention from passersby or aren't the ones any observers at the dog run would choose to watch. I insist that every single one know it is admired and loved.