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Michelle, now you got me curious. What type of rehearsal is your daughter involved in? Music, dance, acting?
Honestly, they're still in package.! They were bought because of that knuckling. Then we didn't have the heart to pester him by putting them on.
...He's been so manhandled we couldn't bring ourselves to subject him to any more. Our reasoning was that since he disliked his winter boots he probably wouldn't like something foreign in the house.
...Although, we did try them on at pet shop. Easier to put on and definitely cooler for him than the winter ones.
Our solution was to pick him up and carry him - he weighs 12.7 kg so it's easier than your pooches. My other solution was to sit still for hours - that way Pepper didn't move, didn't get out of his bed.
Then my husband would replace me while I chored. Pepper did a lot of sleeping.
We have them for emergency. Actually, they're really cute.
No problem at all, Francine. I'm thrilled you mentioned it and I just looked at the website. I had thought about putting her winter booties on but they'd be too hot. These look good! I sent a text with all the pertinent info to my daughter (ok 3 texts, verbatim as you wrote!) so if she gets out from rehearsal early enough, she might be able to pick them up tonight. How is Pepper about wearing them? Does he try to take them off?
Michelle, just read your comments. Left you more info on the other jig-Puppy Pix #1. Sorry, should have simply done that in the first place.
Amen! Bless you too.
Bless her heart...they try so hard and they give so much.
Bonnie has been doing SO much better, thanks for asking Faye.
Her appetite has increased to almost normal, she tried to give a little bark last night and she has been moving around under her own steam. She's still a little wobbly on her legs (especially back ones) and, as I told Francine, does the Bambi on ice splay when she's starts to lose her footing. Francine suggested anti-skid socks from the pet store so my daughter is going to check them out tonight. I had to be out for a good part of the day (my eldest son stayed with her/them so she wouldn't be left alone) and I was thrilled to have her greet me at the top of the stairs when I came in the door. She was smiling...I love her smile. (She only does it when she's happy.) We are hoping that whatever it was, the seizure was a one off (albeit a severe one).
I am so grateful for the support that she/ we have received her. Perhaps this has made the difference..."there are more things in heaven and earth"...
How's Bonnie feeling?
Yup, that's right Faye. It was actually a longer story; we had an empty crate in the car after driving way up north to get a year old Sheltie bitch she had had her heart set on. However, after meeting the breeder and the dog, she made the decision not to go through with the deal. The roundabout way home was just to take her mind off the upset. Nature abhors a vacuum! (The empty crate!! lol)
That is was, Francine. Talk about a balm for the wounded heart!
Toto, Darcy is now 8 years old. You can see him all grown up in some of my other puzzles. Yes, lots of energy but that is typical Border Collie and since we have three of them living with us, you can gather that we really like that! lol
Of course, how could she not?! It's love at first sight.
Looks to be a sweetie, but I bet she's going to be a handful of sheer energy.
DANGER! DANGER! NEVER stop just to look! LOLOL
First meeting with 12 week old Darcy. We just stopped by to check out the puppies and he was the only one left (unsold). We were only looking...but my daughter ended up taking him home with us right then and there!