Abby is our sweet rescue pup that we adopted the day after Thanksgiving in 2010. In October of 2011, we found out she had osteosarcoma. She was only 15 months old. We are hoping to kick some serious cancer butt. As for me, Abby’s mom, in a nutshell: I love dogs; I love books. Sometimes I love books about dogs. Sometimes I don’t. I also like to write. Mainly I like to write about people and their dogs.

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