Hazel decided to bully poor timid little Roxanne. Petco banned us from Obedience Class when I told them about the first scuffle. I hired a Dog Whisperer who said Hazel was young and we could change her behavior. All was going so well until there was another attack, sending Rox to the clinic once again with injuries. Dog Whisperer says Rox has to go. The vet says Hazel should go. I don’t want either one to go. I have to keep the dogs separated at all times – I juggle dogs 24/7. It’s all I get done.
Doesn’t she look like an angel?
I can’t find anyone to take Rox and I agreed to return Hazel to the friend of a friend I got her from if she didn’t work out in our home. But I don’t want to take her back.
Concord Care Center has been looking for a small quiet dog. Rox is afraid to let anybody pet her but with Marline’s help, Rox is spending time at the care center. She can’t stay there overnight so I take her a little earlier every day and pick her up at 5 pm. She comes home to spend the night and she goes back to ” work” the next day. She spent 4 hours there today without me which is her longest stay so far.
Marline with Rox.
I have cried for hours and days about this. I will no longer board dogs – I couldn’t risk it. Think of all those dogs I’ve had here at the same time – with no problems! This was totally unexpected.
Pretty Kitty had a urinary infection last week – the vet didn’t believe me and kept her overnight. She is 16 years old – more medicine.
In the heat today I went to Fleet Farm 35 minutes away to get clay pots for my geraniums. When I opened the rear van door in the garage, they rolled out and shattered!
Twins? Pam and Ethel.