True Palliative Care

May 15, 2019 | Moore Care

Hey everyone, Chloe here!

I think that I have cracked the code on the latest Palliative Care technology…it’s chocolate!!

I’ve never tried it, because I’m a dog and they say that it isn’t good for us, but my humans sure seem to like it.

I decided to test out my theory and I dropped some off at a patient’s house yesterday. It definitely made her entire week! I even sprung for the good stuff, I’m not talking Hershey’s, I’m talking about Lindor truffles. Turns out my theory was right, that is some good medicine!

That’s all for now! Since I couldn’t eat any of those truffles I am going to go look for a treat now, peace!

XoXo,

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