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I'm so proud of my mom Candy and all her work with non-profits. The Humane Society of the United States asked her to judge a contest -- the "Natural Dog-Eared Photo Contest" -- to recognize dogs with natural (surgically-unaltered) ears. Although I got jealous as she went through all the photos of dogs from Miniature Schnauzers to Great Danes, I agree with her selection of "Remington" and give four ears up to the idea of natural beauty. I think of myself as a natural beauty, natch.
LETTER FROM MADISON
I’d like to introduce myself. I’m Madison Spelling (“Maddie” for short), and I just moved into Spelling Manor two years ago.
The following is what I wrote when I first moved in......
Candy and the nice people at the Manor have been terrific, but there is some sadness here. Candy’s beloved Annie, that adorable terrier mix who kept everyone on their toes for the last ten years, passed away suddenly in the Fall. Fortunately, she wasn’t sick. The vet said it was an extremely rare type of pancreatic attack, and she did not suffer.
I’m told Candy had a very difficult time and struggled with the question of if and when to try to get a new four-legged best friend. Annie was a rescue, and Candy wanted to rescue another dog. However, luckily for me, one of her friends sent her my photo. I have the good fortune on being a terrier myself, and I’m told the sparkle in my eyes reminded Candy of Annie. So, happily, here I am.
I was born in
My new home is quite spectacular. I was in Aaron Spelling’s library the other day, and I was looking through his autobiography, “Aaron Spelling: A Prime Time Life.” He started the book with a description that pretty much sums up my new life:
“We have this little house that my wife, Candy, built. You may have heard about it….”
I actually hadn’t heard much about it (I’m just a few weeks old), but I’ve overheard some comments from those people on the tour buses who stop by all day. I can tell you with authority that the back yard has everything a dog would want, and I’ve already walked on hedges, fallen into a pond and figured out which gardeners will play ball with me.
Everyone here tells me what a great gal Annie was and how important she was to Candy. I know I have a big job ahead of me to walk in her paws, but I’m ready.
We’ve decided to turn Annie’s web site into a tribute to her, and I’ve been designated to start searching for videos, inspirational tales and just things to make us all smile to add to our new website, www.madisonspelling.com.
I look forward to hearing from you. You can write to me at Madison@madisonspelling.com. I’m learning how to type and will do my best to keep you updated. I’m also waiting for the photographer for my official head shots. This is
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Here's a wonderful letter from Myleo, my new friend in Canada, that I wanted to share. READ STORY CLICK HERE
Madison and her pal Redford sunbathing at the beach
My trip to New York Rocked. You can't beat a snow filled playground. NEW YORK WINTER PHOTOS
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Just hanging out at home with cousin Luna while mom is recuperating in New York.