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Doggie Dancing

National Dog Day was August 26. In honor of dogs everywhere, here is a tribute to our pets. They remind us how much better life is with them at our side. They are loyal and precious to us!

We love our pets. They bring so much joy into our lives. Most dogs adore their owners and just want to be around them as much as possible. We feel so complete when our dogs are happy and healthy. They are a wonderful addition to our families. Dogs comfort us even more than people can. They certainly earn their title as our best friends.

We can talk to our dogs, they really understand how we feel. Dogs are so smart that when they have a chance to impress us, they will go the distance. Dogs know it really leads to more love and affection and those special treats that they live for.

Dogs certainly enjoy being the center of attention. And when they learn how to dance and perform, it's spectacular and we are filled with glee watching them. Personally, I find it amazing and one of the greatest thrills to behold. No matter what is going on in your life, all your cares and worries seem to disappear when you see a dancing dog!

Check out some of these stellar performances from our canine friends, they actually have more rhythm than some people.

***We have received contributions from individuals who would like to have a dear relative or friend who passed on remembered that loved to dance or was a dance aficionado. We call these memorial contributions. Perhaps you would like to have someone memorialized in this manner. Make a donation and give us their name. We have on our website a yellow brick road to engrave their name to a brick as a memorial to that person. This contribution will assist future generations of dancers and help keep young people more positive and healthy.

Thought of the Week:

"Dogs are not our whole lives but they make our lives whole." - Roger Caras

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Shane Meuwissen is the Media Specialist for Fordney Foundation.  He is a former dance instructor who know works with his company Slow Motion Dance Videos capture the beauty of dancing. If you would like to learn more about Shane and his video work, visit his website

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