Angie was adopted from Friends of Animals in 2012 and we don’t know how old she is but are guessing she is around 11 or 12. Her name at the shelter was Angel, but thinking that no dog would be able to live up to that name, we changed her name to Angie. She has more than proven that she truly is an angel put here for a special purpose. A month after Angie was adopted, my first agility dog and my heart dog Ellie passed away suddenly from hemangiosarcoma. I was devastated and Angie took her role as angel quite seriously as she licked away my tears and helped heal a broken heart. Five months later we adopted our little blind girl, Faith, and Angie had to take on a new special role and caretaker to a busy blind dog and she did so with such grace. Angie was diagnosed with mammary carcinoma earlier this year, but we are happy to report that with good healthcare, a special cancer diet and lots of love, she is now cancer free and recently was the honorary cancer survivor at Bark for Life in Superior, WI.