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Lucie has been a therapy dog for 8 years now. During that time, she came down with a disease called IMHA, which lysis’s red blood cells and makes you anemic. 85% of the dogs that get it to die in the first 2 weeks. Lucie was prayed over, saw an integrative Vet in California, got Cranial-Sacral Therapy, Acupuncture, Energy Clearing, Reconnective Healing, and spent many days with me not wanting to leave her at home. Some days I went to work not knowing if she would be alive when I came back. It was scary, and yet exhilarating because she survived all the disease & pain. Even after She had IMHA, she also was diagnosed with Valley Fever, which made her not be able to use her front right leg.

All the while, Lucie was itching to get back to work at Tucson Medical Center, visiting patients, communing with nurses and visiting staff. In eight years she never has refused to go to see a patient. Lucie is more excited today to see people than when she started! She knows what her purpose is, and what a fantastic job it is to be able to love people who are open to love.

The movie is at the Loft, in Doggie Shorts in Tucson, AZ, on June 2nd, at 1 pm. It is a benefit for Handi-Dogs an organization who trains service dogs.

Below is the longer clip of the movie on Lucie, just in case you don’t live in Tucson and won’t be able to see it on the big screen.

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