i think i caught janine's appendix problem.. i need to get megan on deck for the company job today-- with judy..
on the topic of janine's green jello(dd a couple days ago) ...and how she felt she angered the nurse so she could only have green...
it really was an question of why did did the nurse not take 2 seconds to explain ---"why green" .... it did not take grace and a few of the other nurses around here 2 seconds to explain-- in case you throw up they need to identify what came up and blood being red elimminates the use of red jello in most situationa... if you are lucky you might get yellow jello
that is the education for the day the day
it is also cake day 19th so deliver those cakes to tyour local fire dept...
well almost in discussing these 84 dane being "recovered" by HSUS geroge said in a disparaging way many will be timid... like that is a death sentance.... because in the real world of reegular dogs timid=fear=biting..... however... i have said most danes are timid.. i said" even goerge-- perfect dog george-- could be called timid..... and that is a big part of the bonding... they are afraid so we are actually teacing them to stay with their partner as the only safe place to be...i hope i can help maybe place one or two timid ones... they are under 10 days quarentine i was told.
john ... the police comminisher... said he will contact the police in wolfboro and see if he can find out anything...
p.s. john invited us--sdp--- to lunch at his reataurant in portsmouth "poco's.... it is a good place--
thank heavens for cut and paste today...
From Bella's Mom:
Today we had a nice relaxing day as a family. We took some time and went out on the boat. Ed did some fishing, gabi napped, bella and George played in the water and I sat and relaxed and even had time to color! Bella had a blast playing in the water and digging in the sand. There were so many other dogs there that we have George a working break and let him play!
He was a little timid (ed: note that)
and wasn't sure he really wanted to once he was given permission. We had fun just hanging together. Had a late lunch then came home for some bike riding before it was time to get ready for bed. Only one more week of
school. Bella and George finish on Friday! So off to bed since I have 2 more early morning wake ups with Gabi then I don't have to get up at 5:30. Thank you for checking in and saying hi. Love Bella and George 👧🏼🐶💕
YESTERDAY OUT TOWN HAD A PETS IN THE CITY DAY. ALL DOGS WERE WELCOME INTO STORES AND ALL RESTAURANT PATIOS. WE DECIDED THIS WOULD BE A GOOD EXPERIENCE FOR TUMBLER. I HAD NO IDEA SHE WOULD BE SUCH A HIT. I KNOW SHE IS EXTRA SPECIAL BUT EVERYONE THOUGHT THE SAME. WE COULDNT WALK FOR BEING STOPPED AND BEING ASKED ABOUT HER. PEOPLE WERE EXTRA INTERESTED IN HER SIZE, LOOKS, AND OF COURSE HER MANNERS. I MENTIONED SDP AT LEAST FIFTY TIMES AND TOLD HER STORY ABOUT TRAINING TO BE A SERVICE DOG. EVERYONE FELL IN LOVE WITH HER. WE SAW A AMERICAN DANE ( BASKETBALL PLAYER) AND HAD PIC MADE TO SEE DIFFERENCE IN HOW THEY WERE BUILT. TOTALLY DIFFERENT BODY. NEEDLESS TO SAY, I AM A EXTRA PROUD MOMMA . I TOTALLY UNDERSTAND...ONCE YOU HAVE A DANE, YOUR ALWAYS HAVE A DANE. LOYALTY BEYOND ! WE LOVE HER SO MUCH! THANK YOU SO SO MUCH .
HUGS TO ALL.
Lisa (My Partner) and I were able to meet up with Service Dog Ava and her recipient Cindy (and husband Jim) in Newark, Delaware Tuesday June 13th.
Meeting them was a dream come true, as we live in Nottingham, Maryland and don't know when we would get to SDP, so we drove an hour to meet them in Delaware.
We are so happy that Cindy wanted to meet up with CPs on their East Coast Tour (vacation).
Ava was great in the Shake Shack. She is such a beautiful, well-behaved dog. She does get a lot of attention. Cindy and Jim handle it well. We were especially glad to meet Ava, as she is part of the Starlettes Litter, which was the FIRST litter Lisa and I saw!
Keep doing what you are doing. Cindy and Jim said Ava has really improved their lives and Cindy's health.