Our thoughts go out to the loving and devoted members of the Blind Dog Rescue Alliance; Barb and Mike Pickering AKA mom and dad #1, Deb Marsh AKA mom #2, Aunt Shelley Metlzer, Aunt Elizabeth Park and Godmother Amanda Breeze on the death of their beloved Quinn. Sweet Quinn was born with Hydrocephalus and vets informed her owners she would probably only live 12 weeks or so. Quinn mystified all by living a full life for 6 years and touching so many people along the way. Blind at birth and only operating with 10% of her brain, she was truly a miracle who defied all odds. The six happy years Quinn had speaks volumes for the spectacular care and endless supply of love from her caregivers. Quinn loved to sport her signature pink color and play with her toys. She would always be able to locate her most favorite toy and present it to her daddy when he came home. She loved her toys so much that she did not wish to share them with the other foster puppies and would hide them. Cheese curls were her favorite food. Though she was quite sweet, she could also be stubborn. She was a daddy's girl and had Mike wrapped around her finger. Quinn will live on in the hearts of everyone she met. She was an inspiration to all who loved her.
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