Colin, Blinded via a disease, had one good eye but lost it sadly. 8/9 now, his loving owner took him home from a volunteer rescue center. The rescue center Dog in Distress, as I have said that works totally on a volunteer basis. How great it is to see. never gave up on Colin or dogs like Colin, Carla the owner, says he is his own character, and as usual a terrier barks a bit, also a great companion, brings her great joy. He manages well, and has gets by with a little help, Carla even brings him to work, and has his own little bed, beside her. I got this in Dublin today as he was on a little break.
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Longford, originally, Ballyliffin, County Donegal. Son to parents Steve (Kildare) and Sarah (Mc Maughlin, Donegal) Coy. Father was also an army man, and Stephen was reared up in the camp Curragh. Three brothers JJ John Joe, Phillip and Anthony, four sisters, Ann, Birgid, Diedre, and Rosemary. Was a great place to grow up, had everything there swimming pool, gym, schools, handball court, playing pitches, and cinemas, plus a bus into Newbridge, if we wanted to go into town, the biggest camp in Ireland. Thousands on it, we were in the married quarters, like a town, many kids grew up in it, always something to do, primary school and tech school, with army teachers, as you would expect was a nice, but of course well disciplined way about it militaristic.