Kizzy’s Story, a Bichon Frise puppy no one wanted and learned to give his all. Seventeen years of love and devotion.

The next few days, I’ll write about the remarkable dog named Kizzy for Kismet. My best friend, Judy Audevard and husband Bob decided to check out a kennel where they might find just the right pet. Lots of barking cute pooches crowded around the fenced area as if they called,”take me, take me.” Only the small white furry one with big black eyes hunkered way back. Judy reached out her hand. The pup raced over and Kizzy became an important member of their family. Seventeen years of devotion, becoming a therapy dog, working in the READ program, and later on to be a part of the West Point Programs. Together with Judy, they formed the Hudson Valley Paws for a Cause.

Meanwhile, when they arrived at Bob and Judy’s home, they decided to allow Kizzy to find his way. Sure enough, he wandered upstairs to the bedroom where Judy’s Mother was recovering from a stroke. Kizzy jumped up on the bed to nuzzle under the elder woman’s chin. Eventually, a damaged hand stretched out to touch the furry pup.Kizzy had found his first therapy patient and love.

More about this wonder dog tomorrow. I’ve written some delicious stories where Kizzy saves the day in a romance and adventure. The title is Young at Heart.There are three charming stories in one volume titled The Beginning. . .Not the End.

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These Charmaine Gordon stories of love, passion, and suspense starring sexy seniors   Kizzy are also available as singles in ebook.

author Charmaine Gordon, blogging, books, Giving back, Kizzy- an incredible therapy dog and Judy Audevard, a super special woman, marriage, mature Romance, Sexy Seniors, Survive and Thrive,Vanilla Heart

 

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2 thoughts on “Kizzy’s Story, a Bichon Frise puppy no one wanted and learned to give his all. Seventeen years of love and devotion.

  1. Kizzy touched the hearts of so many, from little children to senior citizens, Kizzy gave his unconditional love. He may have been a little pup, but he had a big heart and a tremendous amount of spunk and spirit Thank you Charmaine for sharing his story with us. Little Kizzy will live on in our hearts.

  2. Thanks, Diane, for your tribute to Kizzy, our everyone’s pup.
    Your wonderful therapy dog helped to save my life last April. Over and over, the visits at the rehab served to boost my will to pull through. He deserves a part in one of my books and soon.
    Love, Charmaine

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