longer needs his wrist brace. He has gotten much stronger and no longer suffers from nutritional deficiencies. He still has a bit of pain in his elbow and I continue the laser therapy. His elbow will always be a source of discomfort for
him, but he doesn't ever let that stop him!
Apparently, no one told him he was broken and close to death. No one told him that it was only by the grace of the Yuma Rescue Express, seeing something in him that no one else saw, that his life was spared. No one mentioned to him that it would take thousands of dollars in fundraising and a huge committment of time and energy by the Arizona Golden Retriever Connection to pull him back from the brink of death to see if he could walk and be functional. Nobody sent him an email, a memo, or a text. No one tweeted. No one blogged. No one posted on Facebook telling him that he should feel sorry for himself or hate those who hurt him and left him to die. Without a voice of his own, he quietly waited for his rescue. And it came. Now, as his voice, I say thank you. Thank you Loma and the Yuma Rescue Express. Thank you Arizona Golden Retriever Connection. Thank you to the doctors who have cared for him and
continue to care for him. It is a real thrill to be a part of Josh's story and I look forward to the next chapter, hip surgery next week followed by intense rehab!