JUANA: It was a cold morning and we had a full crew. This is a photo of Zoe. She was the walker in Pat Arnold Park and she was about to take Rowdy and Beto back to their kennel.
BILL: Does anyone try to go back early?
JUANA: No, they all enjoy their park time and they are doing very well.
BILL: It’s been a long time since we’ve done that. It was 2008, when we flattened them again. At that time, we had James bring the tractor.
There are the three of them with Caragan, who was the walker in the Shirley Olsen Beemer Park. We can see that Thunder feels young again and that he is feeling great and he’s so much happier now.
Ronnie was working on making some of the back kennels wider, because they were narrow kennels. He was also putting new tops on them to make them escape-proof or heavy-duty kennels. We are going to put some of the dogs outside, so we will have more room for the dogs who need to recuperate from surgery.
She took him to the back and then got Joe.
He was getting some blood work there.
The doctor was feeling Nancy’s lump. The doctor thought that one of the lumps on her side might be cancer. He was going to remove that lump and see what was going on.
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