Les let all the dogs out when he got home and then I came home and let them out. The pics below are of here lounging in her crate while I was reading. Notice the haughty look she gives the camera after it woke her up.
|Again with the camera?|
|Hmm, what are the other dogs doing over there? Does it involve|
I gave her the Petinic when I got home and then it was treat time. She isn't a fan of the plain Mother Hubbard bones but likes the Peanut Butter Mother Hubbard's. She also likes the salmon stick like treats too.
So Sweetheart is 2 and a half weeks removed from the horrible place she was living in. She is doing great and is a very sweet and happy dog. Even though she is doing well, Les and I wanted you all to see just how emaciated she was and still is. The two pictures below are not an optical illusion. They are real. Her back is NOT even as wide as a regular sized can of puppy food. The third picture is of the can held up to Cleo, my female who is 7 and weighs about 58 pounds. I am not posting these pics below to upset everyone, I just want everyone to know the gravity of what she went through and that recovery is going to take time.
I am in the process of getting thank you cards sent out to those who donated by mail and directly to Dr. Kolar's. Paul has emailed our thank you's to all who have donated via pay pal. Bear with me, I thought I was going to get a chance to write these out in Texas but my time was spent with my friend and then the weekend was consumed with our little Sweetheart.
Please keep following the blog. I love to read your comments! We have had over 11,000 views (10,500 of which are probably mine) since this blog was started August 14th! Please keep telling your friends and family about this amazing little girl.