We all have a starting point in life where an event or individual gave us our “beginning”. My Dad’s was his brother, Fritz. He never referred to him as “his dog”, always as his brother, and that continues today. If not for Fritz, my dad would not be on his journey to promote my causes to help animals. Thank you Fritz!
When the door opened I was alive and wagging my tail. Now We are seeking to open many promising doors to help animals. Door number one is to close down the use of the gas chambers in states that still use it. Door number two is to promote adoptions. Door number three is to promote spay/neuter. Door number four is to treat animals like valued/loving family members, and Door number five is to awaken people to learn great life lessons from their animal companions. Join us to roll through these door who knows what door is next??
Look at what these great people are doing in Michigan to help save dogs just like me! http://michigandersforshelterpets.org/ This is our mission and I look forward to helping them in May 9th through 11th! Please vote for me for Hero Dog so that I may continue to help dogs in need! http://bit.ly/VoteDaniel
Everyone knows that I was given a second chance to live, but if we think about it, we all have a chance to “live” a life we want to with a new mindset. How about if we begin today? May I suggest that we breathe life into others by being kind and compassionate individuals to everyone we meet, even those that can make it difficult at times! Can we be extra nice to a stranger today?
Many times the question has been asked of how I survived the gas chamber. My Dad, who speaks for me, has told many people that it is because of my incredible positive attitude. In several instances we hear about people who are stricken with a terrible disease or life crises and if they can garnish a positive attitude, their chances to not only get past the obstacle, but to thrive from it are greatly increased.