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Murphy’s Law, continued from page 63 Tyrnan was diagnosed with osteosarcoma in late May.


Lori wanted to devote all of her time and attention to helping Tyrnan. She called Kristen Triplett at Pasadena Pet Motel to pinch hit for her for awhile, asking them to take Murphy. “They have fostered for us in the past. All of the dogs


fostered there are showered with love and training and have subsequently all been adopted out very quickly. I knew Murphy would be in good hands, and that it would be the best scenario for him if we were going to get him healthy and adopted.” Sadly, Tyrnan died on Memorial Day. Lori would


need more time to recover from the loss of the dog she had called the love of her life. Meanwhile, Murphy was doing fantastic at Pasadena Pet Motel. He was gaining weight and growing a good, soft coat of fur, thanks to a healthy diet, regular baths and the medical attention he was receiving. Just before the Fourth of July holiday, Murphy went


back home with Lori. “At that point, I was still unaware of the conspiracy between my other dogs to keep Murphy. “ On the Fourth of July, Independence Day, Murphy finally found his forever home.


1 $ Murphy, at home at last. “Yes, I am now an official foster failure. But, that’s


okay. Murphy was meant to be with us.” Lori says that he still has a long way to go. “It takes a


community to save a homeless dog’s life,” she said. She credits several people and businesses for Murphy’s life: “Pinellas County Animal Services for contacting our


club to pull him, Dr. Shawna Green and the staff at Medicine River for their wonderful medical care for his skin and medical problems. Susie, Neil and the gang at Pet Food Warehouse for donating good food to fix his skin problems, and Pasadena Pet Motel, who stepped up to the plate, once again for the Florida Great Pyrenees Club.


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