When Theresa came to the farm looking for a friend, I was so excited to see her. She walked into the barn, sat on the floor and asked the farmer to let me and my brothers out of the pen so she could get to know us. She smelled so good! I ran right to her, jumped into her lap and began licking her face. Theresa began to massage my back and I was in heaven. I curled up, relaxed and watched my brothers play, knowing I would be leaving them and going to my forever home. This was my mission in this life. You see Theresa’s friend Orion had crossed the rainbow bridge. I could feel her sadness lift and her energy shift as she continued to massage me.On the way home we talked about names. She began to call me Seva. Theresa explained that it was a Sanskrit word that meant service for the pure joy of serving. I LOVED IT so I licked her hand. She told me I was going to be a therapy dog. Wow, what a great day ~ I got a new friend, name and job. I began immediately. If Theresa is working too much, I poke her in the leg with my nose, bring her my favorite toy and encourage her to get up and play or go for a walk. I feel her energy shift immediately as we step out into nature and go sniffing and exploring. She tells me all about her day, what she thinks about, what she worries about. I love her and she loves me.I am an exuberantly happy connector. One time, as soon as we got to a new campground (we are full time RVers and I love going to new places) the door was left open. I went to say hi to everyone. I got to swim in the cove, run to all the neighbor’s sites and say hi, everyone came out to play chase me, and Larry and Theresa met so many new friends that day. We have so many more places to go and friends to meet. I still get a massage most days. Theresa and I practice Zen Doggie with my other BFF Amy McCaa. We make videos, meet other friends and make lots of humans smile.
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