In addition to the religious definition, "faith" also means: “Confidence or trust in a person or thing” and a “belief that is not based on proof.”
Faith, the name, also means confidence, trust, belief.
Today, I’d like to share with you an inspiring story about embarking upon such a journey, where confidence, trust, and belief play key roles, coincidentally with a beautiful Siberian Husky girl named “Faith” and her hu-mom, Jeanette.
Before embarking upon Faith's journey, I'd like to share a little about this inspirational dog. Jeanette says she had wanted to bring a Siberian Husky into her family for about seven years prior to becoming Faith’s parent in 2000. When she finally found one, named Faith, she fell in love with her. Only when she went back for the Husky, it was too late as another family had already taken the puppy. Feeling sad at the missed opportunity, Jeanette said her mother told her, “Jeanette, you have to have a little faith. God has a Husky coming He will choose just for you.” Sure enough, the pretty little single-litter pup, who Jeanette named Faith, entered her life on December 2nd of that same year, and they have been a loving team ever since.
|Faith ready for her pool therapy!|
Even with her current therapies, at times Faith was struggling and
|"Thanks, Mom. I love you."|
Faith was back at water therapy on day three, post injection. “The aqua tread time was cut short and the right hind could not be lasered or adjusted (at this early stage), but the rest of the body was complete and you could see it really helped already with the soreness. “
We’ll definitely be following up in a few months with Faith and Jeanette to see how she is progressing with the stem cell therapy. “I am praying to have a good report,” adds Jeanette. We do, too! We do, too!
And speaking of celebrating, here is a beautiful video titled “Faithy” created by Jeanette as a loving Birthday gift to her beautiful girl.