Yes, she loves chase! Olli can't chase her too much at this point in his life, but she just circles him and they pretend. I will get her down to the dog park soon, it's been so rainy I'm a little worried about mud, so we have just been walking on our road.
My beautiful Chloe enjoying a freshly mowed lawn. She came to us via the Denver Dumb Friends league about 12 years ago. She prefers snow and colder weather like I do.
Nice pups!!This is my other dog, Juno. When she’s not sleeping she likes to eat dirt from my potted plants outside when I’m not looking. Also does a fair job keeping rabbits and squirrels away,.
I feel like I got behind on this thread a LOT. So many new pups here. fills my heart to see this kind of puppy love!The dna results are in. Any guesses? Archie is 3 years old, 67 lbs. Ernie came home with us from CO, and 2 weeks ago at 5 months he weighed 56 lbs.
Chinook doesn't even belong to me, it's my friends pup. Here we are riding off the top of the mountain at the extreme upper left in the lake photo earlier that day.
very sweet offer, if no takers there's always local rescues that seek supplies.
That's a good idea.very sweet offer, if no takers there's always local rescues that seek supplies.
@Ziggy 's monitor was barely used because he was extremely difficult to get blood from, and trust me when we say we tried every bit of advice and option available.I had hoped they performed more accurately but I'll just speculate that there are too many other factors in getting a good clean measure from a pooch vs human.
yeah,@Ziggy 's monitor was barely used because he was extremely difficult to get blood from, and trust me when we say we tried every bit of advice and option available.
We even scheduled an appointment with the vet to have the vet tech show us how she was able to get a sample from Ziggy. When she walked into the room she said, "Ah Ziggy. That little fella is really really hard to get blood from for a test"
So we monitored his overall pep, tail wag, energy level...ya know. We did what we could without putting him through the misery of trying to get blood.
He lived a good life and gave us a lot of joy.
We were instructed Ziggy's ear but even that was rough to get a sample from so we went by his mood. No screaming out or other such anxiety but he looked extremely uncomfortable.yeah,
For the Roxy we queue off her overall attitude and in large part, due to getting a sample. The monitors suggest besides a paw pad the ears or inner lip, I just cant see jabbing either of them given she's scream out. Our vet would do these drawing blood with a needle and syringe, something I won't be taking up.
So for now, it's larger lance needle, warm wet towel and massaging the pads for a while till I surprise her ... I guess one benefit since she's gone mostly blind.