Monday, September 3, 2018
Blondie says you don't stop having fun when you get old, you get old when you stop having fun. Being diagnosed with cancer hasn't derailed her daily routine at all. She passionately continues to play fetch (her favorite thing to do) and motivate her way around Park 1 with ease, full of strength and courage, a testament to anyone who may be dealing with issues. We don't choose every detail of our life but we do choose how we react. Blondie chooses to enjoy life and her allotted park time to the fullest.
June wanted out of the rain today so bad, she even jumped up in my rain jacket with me and started licking my face.
Simba made my whole day today. He has really opened up with me and become really playful. He let me pet him from his head down to his shoulders this morning. Later on in the afternoon I went to play with him in his kennel and he rubbed his whole body on me and he let me pet him all over. I can tell he gets excited to see me and it brightens my day every time I see him.
Ethel and I just hanging out in the dog house out of the rain.
Tuesday, September 4, 2018
I got to have one on one time with goof ball Fred today, without his kennel mate Ethel, who wants all the attention all of the time. We played and I “brushed” him the best I could with my hands. He’s not comfortable with a brush just yet but that’s okay. He’s so sweet and has come such a long way.
I think Morty is one of the prettiest and sweetest dogs we have. His nose is all dirty because he had just finished burying a cookie that I gave him. He's so goofy. I love Morty.
This is Bobby Joe. She loves to play with toys in the pool to beat the heat. She also loves to run, jump and throw the toys around in the park. Hugs and cookies are at the top of her favorite things list. And a plus she’s super sweet.
Kobe was on his best behavior today. I wasn't quite up for playing rope with him, normally he throws a bit of a tantrum over that but today he was completely fine with snuggles. He really enjoyed being brushed, so much that he pulled my arm back to him every time I tried to stop.