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Dani,

We did a three day craft sale and a wedding this weekend...and the dog got $7.12 in donations....he's such a card! We're checking places out, a lot of them say we don't qalify because we make too much...we aren't over a terribly lot but it rainges from a few dollars over to up to $300 over to get help. We'll contact his doctor this week about possible samples...I don't think they carry insulin though and that would be important.

Thanks everyone for the suggestions and help. (Oh...the purple set in the picture sold this weekend!!)
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