Windy and I returned home a few days ago. Max lost his mind when I walked in the door; however, he was less than thrilled to see his sister. Windy dominates Max over places. Max dominates her over food. Windy … Continue reading
The look Jake gave me when I left with Windy the other day still haunts me. His feelings were hurt. I must bring a little something home for Jake and Max. Windy, though amazes me. She’s constantly alert. The air … Continue reading
Windy and I hit the road to visit her grandma.🚗 Windy is the perfect traveler. Quiet and well-behaved, you wouldn’t know she was in the car. Of course at grandma’s she is getting spoiled. Rough life.
My Mother’s Day presents from the furkids: 50 percent accuracy on the piddle pad, half of my lunch knocked of the ottoman and eaten, and slurps and snuggles. It balanced out. Max’s blood work last week indicated we needed to … Continue reading
Max is having a busy day. Having a diabetic dog means you must be vigilant. If a normal dog vomits or urinates more than usual for a day, typically you don’t have to worry. But if a diabetic dog does, … Continue reading
A rainy day can be a challenge for housetraining, so I watch everyone go out and praise them lavishly when they take care of their business. A soaking, overnight rain means the creek behind the house rushes loudly. When Jake, … Continue reading