17 Responses to “As a matter of fact, I DO know EXACTLY how cute I am!”

  1. Aus sheltie mum

    There’s an old soul in the heart of Ginny even though she is so young. She is just beautiful. Inspiringly beautiful. Thankful so much for sharing xo

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  2. jgs

    GINNY, YOU ARE PERFECTION ! THAT FACE, EXPRESSION, TILTED HEAD, CROSSED PAWS, THE POSTURE, YOUR COAT, ETC. YOU COULD BE MY THERAPY EVERY MINUTE OF THE DAY – ONE LOOK AT YOU AND ALL MY TROUBLES MELT AWAY. AND I THOUGHT I HAD THE ONLY PERFECT SHELTIE IN MY GRACIE-SCARLETT. WELL NOW I KNOW THERE IS ANOTHER PERFECT SHELTIE OUT THERE AND IT IS YOU, GINNY…… MELISSA, YOU INDEED HAVE A TREASURE !!

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  3. Toffee's Mom

    Awwwwww
    Look at adorable Ginny! Love the flyaway ears and dainty paws!

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  4. Lum (Shadow's mom)

    If I were a patient where Ginny was working I’d feel better already! What a dear she is.

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  5. Lauri

    Looks just like my Maizie and she lnow2s (just ask her) that she is gorgeous and MUST be pampered

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  6. Diane

    I think certain dogs know intuitively that they are beautiful. I know my dogs does. But, Ginny is also, spectacular.

    I want to get my Beau trained to be a therapy dog, but, dont know how to begin

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    • Lum (Shadow's mom)

      The paw-cross melts my heart! And I’ve learned it’s not restricted to the girls — my Shadow does it too.

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  7. Sharon

    I know if I saw Ginny coming down the hall at the hospital I work at, it would make my day. Thanks for taking on therapy work – I hope Ginny will love it!

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  8. AgilityLuver

    You are so cute Ginny!!!!! I love your tipped ears. You’ll make many people happy.

    people on SF…have you had any problems on the forums? I can’t open them!

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  9. Ruth Shoenthal

    As a therapy dog, Ginny won’t have to do anything other than sit there and everyone needing her will be instantly calmed . She looks so serene and beautiful. Lucky you Melissa

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  10. P. Snyder

    That’s the expression I call the “Her Royal Highness” look. Notice those daintily crossed front paws?

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