JUANA: It was a busy day and a good day at Straydog. First of all, Purtis went to see Dr. Shirey at Morton Clinic bright and early in the morning. We have been talking about how Purtis has been limping. The big knots he has are growing, especially the ones on his neck, his sides and his legs. He isn’t limping as badly as he was, but Dr. Shirey recommended that we remove them and send them off for testing. They are pretty big, even though the doctor aspirated them and they were fatty tumors. His legs are so short and those knots really bother him. George took Purtis to the vet and Gordo was the vet tech, who walked Purtis to a back kennel.
JUANA: Yes, she would.
There are more pictures of Lacie. Here she is trimming the nails of C-Stat and Cadet and Jet and Mackenzie.
BILL: Black widows are not aggressive unless you go after them or their eggs.
BILL: Why do they want a deaf dog?
JUANA: I don’t know. I guess they like his looks. He’s just so handsome.
BILL: I think a blind dog would be easier to take care of than a deaf dog.
BILL: She’s in her 80s and she does so much.