June 17, 2009 at 1:02 am
Mom did a fine job talking about me at Warwicks book store in LaJolla. I also did a nice job maintaining my reputation as "The World's Greatest Therapy Dog.".
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Debby Burger | June 17, 2009 at 8:08 am
Dear Melissa and Baxter,
It was such a joy to meet you both last night at Warwick’s Book Store. Baxter is a special gift to us all. I was so touched by your experiences with Baxter, Melissa. I wish he had been around when my mother was in hospice care. I know she would have loved Baxter and his kind eyes.
You inspired us all to look at life a little differently last night.
Thank you for sharing Baxter with us.
Regards, Debby (The Cop)
Peter & Jennifer DiCola | June 17, 2009 at 5:13 pm
THANK YOU for sharing Baxter with us Tuesday night @ Warwick’s in La Jolla; it was well worth the drive down from where we live in Ramona-San Diego Country Estates. Baxter is a true angel; we left feeling all “warm & fuzzy” – you are blessed to have him in your life & to share him with so many!
We purchased two copies of the book: you were so kind to personally autograph them both – one for us & our dogs, Ned & Gucci – the other for our friends, Barbara & Roy, who live in Indiana (she rescues all kinds of pets).
We do volunteer work with FOCAS (Friends Of County Animal Shelters) so we feel a kindred spirit with you & Baxter – thanks again. OX & Licks
Anne and Dana | June 18, 2009 at 1:53 pm
We loved seeing you again! 🙂 You are so sweet and cuddly…just like a big teddy bear! We will be sure to visit you at your next book signing…we LOVE your book!
-Anne and Dana
Peter & Jennifer DiCola | June 18, 2009 at 5:21 pm
Thank you so much for sharing your precious angel with us all on Tuesday night @ Warwick’s.
We left feeling all “warm & fuzzy”.
Baxter is beyond special – may he continue to comfort folks for years – he is such a cuddly little teddy bear!
Crystal | July 13, 2009 at 7:33 pm
What kind of a dog is Baxter?
baxieboo | July 13, 2009 at 11:54 pm
Baxter is part Chow and part golden retriever. You can also find his Facebook by searching for Baxter Bussey.
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