Our unique experience and journey of the unconditional love of our two packs of dogs. A healing love that binds us all together and makes them more than just dogs. They are family.
Chip off the old block indeed! Hope it's healing though, the wound we mean.You guys look so very handsome in your photographs. thanks for coming by our blog, even when we have been so irregular visiting yours. Hope you are having a great start to the new year :)wags, Ginger, Buddy and ShadowP.S: Ginger is intact. She was detected with a heart problem (arrythmia) that puts her at risk to the anaesthesia. So we decided very early on that we wouldn't take the risk. She is of a very quiet disposition,extremely unbothered by her seasons and without fuss wears a sanitary pad that I change thrice a day. Both Buddy and Shadow are neutered so now there isn't any problems. But I know what you mean because I had gone through at least three seasons before the boys were neutered. Shadow was still a pup so apart from getting very excited he was relatively alright. Buddy came to us a 4 years of age, unaltered.We wanted to give him the time to settle in and get used to his new family -us- before we got the surgery done.It wasn't at all easy during the seasons!
We sure do hope that everybody is healing!! Happy Wednesday!
Chip of the old block LOL. Have a wonderful Wednesday.Best wishes Molly
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