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Happy Thanksgiving 2018

Xgiving 2018

Abby, “Moms, I will guard our food with my life!”

Abby looked so serious sitting by our table, that I couldn’t resist taking her picture.

Xgiving 20182

Yes, Abby had a nice helping of our food and she inhaled it.  Because most of Abby’s diet is made up of human food, there was not danger of her getting an upset stomach.  Happy Thanksgiving to all of you, your furry kids, and family!

Two Months With Bella – BARCS ID# A21561474

2monthsA little over two months have gone by since Bella, our foster dog, came to live with us.  The changes I see in her and the continuous progress she makes every day makes us all happy and hopeful that one day she’ll find her forever home.  Here’s a progress report on Bella:

Walking – On my last post, she was walking next to us, for the most part.  Nowadays when I walk her, and this is no lie, I truly enjoy our time together.  She walks beautifully, but fast like I do which I love.  With Cynthia, this is weird since she is the one that taught her how to walk properly, she tends to get a little ahead of her during their walks.  Overall, I’d say better than last month.

Feeding – She still makes those funny sounds like a piggy, bird, and who knows what else, but less than a month ago.

Pacing – She paces when she sees either Cynthia or I coming back home.  Now the pacing seems to be more out of happiness than anxiety.  In general, her pacing is less than before, and when she does it we stop her and ask her to sit or shake hands so she can snap out of it.

Training – Bella got her Basic Obedience completed on 3/1/14.  I am hoping to get her enrolled in another class in the near future.

Doggie manners – Bella is a little more careful and aware of her surroundings unlike before when she would step over Alex.  Progress!

We took her to an adoption event a couple of weeks ago, and she did great and got an application approved, but the prospective pet parents changed their mind due to their living arrangements.  I’ll be taking her soon to another adoption event so she can get some exposure and perhaps her forever home, but also this would give her an opportunity to meet more people and socialize with them.