JUANA: It was a good morning. We didn’t have a full crew, but we had Ronnie, Stephanie and Jacob. Oh, and we had Connor too. Connor is a new employee, who started last Friday. I hope Connor makes it. I always tell everyone how hard it is to work here and how it’s not for everybody. You have to really like what you are doing. He was here on Tuesday to help us with the kennels. Jacob was the walker of the day. I got pictures of Jacob walking our dogs and also of Ronnie, Stephanie and Connor working in kennels.
BILL: The spiders couldn’t have bitten the dogs or they would be sick. Maybe black widow spiders don’t bother the dogs, if they don’t bump into them. We’d better do another search for spiders.
JUANA: There are a lot more spiders than we normally have, so we will have to do another search.
next week. He wants to extend it to every two weeks. He wants us to take a video of us feeding James and send it to him next week. Right now, he is planning to see him in two weeks. So far, he is doing very well. He still has a feeding tube and that’s how we give him his medicine. He’s still eating and his food isn’t as watery. He’s holding his food down. He’s starting to gain weight and Dr. Lay thinks he is out of the woods.
BILL: David put up a piece on big dog James on our website explaining the whole procedure. We should call him, “Big dog James.” He is three years old.