Eleventh Hour has found a housing solution for Rebel. He is scheduled to leave us on March 1st, 2019.
Go to Rebel’s page.
Selma continues to be a handful. I need to spend more time socializing her with other dogs. The time spent in this endeavor is positive, but she just isn’t calming down the way I’d hoped she would. She can be totally passive and calm in her crate, then just explode in activity when something catches her attention.
I have been working on this this week (not raining every day helps).
Go to Selma’s page.
Lennon has not been getting as much time in the yard as he’d like. As a result he tends to ignore me when I call him. He used to be so good, eager even, to come when called.
We have raised about half of what we need for Lennon’s reconstruction surgery.
Again, I have been working on getting him out of his kennel more often and allowing him sufficient time to play. He’s starting to come when called again.
Go to Lennon’s page.
Other activities have been eating into my time in the yard with the dogs. And the fact that the yard has been muddy soup from all the rain we’ve had doesn’t help in assigning more time with them. This week has been better.
I was in Cedarwood yesterday and Pam (Office Manager) asked when I would be able to take Lucy (https://youtu.be/NqWIeNNIv7A) I told her that Rebel would be leaving March 1st, and I could take her then. Pam sighed and said, “I guess we’ll just watch her do back flips off the walls until then.” She’s gotten more tense since I filmed her. Many dogs will do that when confined to a kennel the size of a shower stall most of the time.
Lucy was picked up by their Veterinary Assistant, who found her wandering along side the highway. As I recall, she had no collar but did have a chip. They tracked down the owner and called her. She said “I don’t want the dog anymore.” It seems she’d moved away and abandoned Lucy here.
I have started a page for Lucy