What do you mean I have to move, I just had surgery, remember?
A week out and she’s doing great from her spay. It was quite hectic here for a while – foster puppy and Scout’s surgery. Luckily, we are all almost back to normal.
I did hear from Baby’s forever family and he is doing well, claimed his spot on the couch, loves his new brother dog and is turning into the goofy boy I knew he would.
Baby won the lottery. Great family. He jumped right in the car with them.
Have a great life my buddy.
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Look at this face:
He had his vet visit yesterday and his bloodwork came back today. He’s a-okay! And we are all guessing he’s about four. For what he’s been through, he’s a very healthy 100 lbs.
The past week has brought to light many things, and first and foremost, before he was neglected, Baby was definitely loved. Continue reading
This is a big deal. He didn’t even know what a toy was and I gave him the platypus first day as a comfort thing. He ignored it. Tonight he realized it was something he could chew and snuggle with. That created another problem – my pups are used to playing tug with them, so he thought Scout was trying to take it away from him. So we had some lessons here – Scout had to learn that Baby growling means he wants space and Baby and I worked with the toy – taking it away, having him sit, giving it back, rinse, repeat.
We’ve had quite the weekend. Continue reading
A couple of small meals, a bath and some play time with his new buds and we went to bed exhausted. Continue reading
It’s been a whirlwind 24 hours. A friend of a friend found this Great Dane wandering around her neighborhood yesterday afternoon. It’s been in the minus degrees for the past two nights. He’s completely emaciated, with lots of sores on his legs and hips. I doubt he would have made it another night if she hadn’t found him.
A mad scramble to see if he was chipped and to find him a foster home instead of the shelter and he ended up with me.
He’ll be here until he’s healed up and put on some weight. I’m going to tell you, whoever had him, had him in a crate that was too small and he was in the crate for too long. I have put the more disturbing photos below the fold. Continue reading