Good grief little one. You do keep us on our toes. You are going places no other greyhound has gone before. But we lubs you!
Whoa! This is January in Oregon and what is all of the bright stuff all over our back yard?
If you want to know the rest of her story, you will have to visit her web page
Caught red-pawed, you little whippersnapper!
I am so sorry. When I slipped my little phone out of your safety, I didn’t think that you would be in danger on the table. Fortunately, for the phone you protected, the phone was with me.
RIP little buddy.
First, the good.
Feb. 20 the Fly Boys joined us from Florida.
Nov. 2 Pasha joined the gardens when his family moved to California
Nov. 9 Joey comes up to us on his own for ear scritches
Nov. 26 Crystalbella is back after four years in another home
Dec. 15 Cinderella arrived home from Florida
And then, the bad.
March 28 Cleo is diagnosed with lymphoma and goes to the bridge
April 9 Adam diagnosed with auto immune hemolytic anemia, and as of January 9, 2009 he will be nine months post diagnosis
July 31 Oneco goes to the bridge
Aug. 1 Clancy diagnosed with sarcoma, surgery removed the tumor with clean margins
Unfortunately, the Ugly
Vet bill for 2008 $13,717.40
Dog food 7,280 lbs.
Cinderella, new to home life is gentle, plus her underbite helps her to take the cookies carefully.
Buddy is completely toothless and his bite is ever so gentle by default.
Crystal came from a home with small kids. I’d almost bet she was taught to have a very soft mouth when she took her cookies.
Minnie is pretty gentle, she is such a munch mouth though, she’s rather get her own cookies out of the cookie jar.
Not pictured is Flo. She prefers three or four fingers with her cookies.