I have just read rescuing Sprite. It was wonderful., all dog llovers will relate to it. Rescuing a dog is the most rewarding thing you can do, when the end comes as it must we can only do the best for them. That is what Mark Levin did. It is the hardest thing a person can ever do and it never gets any easier, I have rescued all my life indeed I work voluntarily for a cat/dog home.

Working with these animals is the most rewarding thing I have ever done, although at times it can be sad. I love my dogs,currently I have three, they are my life. Sprite was and shall always remain special, there is always one that is. I lost my collie X (picture enclosed – I think!!!) and whilst I love all my dogs with a passion she will remain ‘my dog’. Her passing has been terrible.

I have recently been diiagnosed with a condition that is untreatable and is similar to that of Sprite. He didn’t have to suffer and his dignity was not taken from him. I have to wait, never knowing what this condition will attack next. The only thing that keeps me going is my dogs and the unconditional love they bring.
Don’t feel bad about Sprite you helped him.

Carol from the UK