A New Definition Of Normal

Hope and Jake wait for therapy.

Hope is continuing to do well. Life seems almost normal, except for having to give her pills crushed in baby food.

Yesterday, Hope went to one of her veterinarians for some Healing Touch therapy, which has helped her behavior. Her trust issues and insecurities have been greatly reduced. Jake goes with her for support. Windy, however, is a problem child and must remain at home.

We returned home, and I let Windy out of her crate. She shot out of the crate and greeted Jake and Hope. She ignored me. I opened the back door to let her out. She didn’t come when I called. She wouldn’t even look at me.  I guess she was furious she was left behind. She did not ask for attention from me for at least an hour.

Yes, things are almost back to normal.

Windy, not afraid to channel her inner diva.

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About daysofourdogs

I have owned dogs nearly all my life. Many different breeds, mutts, rescues, and foundlings have found their ways into my heart. I have two dachshunds and a miniature schnauzer now. I hate puppy mills and want them wiped from the face of the earth.
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