...She and Josie are getting along fine. They played outside together a lot this
weekend since it was so beautiful out. The only thing they seemed to "argue"
over was the rawhide bones we gave them to chew on... neither one seems much
intent on sharing!
Kristin and Donovan Troup
Hi Leana, Just wanted to let you know how Zelda's visit to the vet went last
week.... The doctor said she looked good. We asked about her back legs and he
said that she appeared to be possibly a bit bowlegged, but he found nothing else
to be concerned about. She also had a minor ear infection that we are working on
getting rid of. Otherwise, she seems to be doing well. She and Josie are having
fun together and things are settling down at home a bit. We're glad that she's
here to make our family complete. I hope all is well with you and the everyone
Hello, I'm glad to hear that you are still having luck helping dogs find new
homes. It always saddens me to read about all the animals out there that are
treated so inhumanely by those who are supposed to be caretakers. I have a lot
of respect for what you and your organization are able to accomplish.
We certainly are thankful to have Zelda here with us. She fits in so well, like
she's been here for ages. We did decided to rename her by the way. After a day
or so we switched to calling her by her new name, Bailey. She's responded well
to her "new" (at this point, old) name and gets along well with Josie, our other
dog. She still likes nothing more than to cuddle up next to us and have her
belly rubbed. We're all eagerly awaiting the return of warmer weather so we can
go on more walks and enjoy being outdoors.
We have not signed Bailey up for any new classes at TCOTC. Not for lack of
interest, but because, as you may recall, after seeing how well-behaved Bailey
was, we realized that Josie was in need of more work. So Josie is currently in
the middle of Level I training classes at TCOTC in the hopes she'll someday be
as obedient at Bailey. :) We'll keep our fingers crossed! :) By the way, my
husband took the gentle leader you loaned us for Bailey with him to class last
week with the intention of leaving it with someone who could see that it was
returned to you safely. Our class instructor was familiar with you, so I believe
that he was going to leave it with her or at the front desk. I will check that
he did so, and if not I will drop it off on Wednesday during our next class.