Last June, as payment of the ultimate price that we all must pay for love, we said good-bye to our beloved Yorkshire Terrier, Psycho (after the movie).  Not sure about what to do with the love that was bouncing around our house with no object, we decided to get a rescue dog and picked out a beautiful Shih-Tzu/Pomeranian named Edison (pictured here), age 2.

The family that originally owned him surrendered him because they did not like the way he interacted with their children.  This  surprised us because a more friendly, polite and well behaved dog would be hard to imagine.  He came to us fully house trained, with basic behavioral cues and a sunny nature that apparently does not permit him to bark except in the most serious of circumstances which turns out to be only when he sees a dog he wants to play with.

We are so fortunate to have him in our lives.  He gives purpose to our love and in a strange sense honors the memory of the dog we just lost.

— Debra from Naples, FL