Good morning y’all, happy weekend! 🙌.
I have a favour to ask y’all - as you know these last few days I’ve been getting roast chicken with my kibble 😋to ‘hide’ my antibiotic tablet. Trouble is - now I’ve finished my course 🙋🏼♀️told me this morning no more chicken 😱😱😱.
Furiends - do any of you have any clever schemes that have made your pawrents give you nice treats for longer? Obviously - refusing all food is a good one 🤣as the pawrents worry really quickly when you do that. But...I’m a lady and a lady must eat, none of this starving myself nonsense!🤔any ideas you guys?
Oh Saturday, I'm so happy to see you! 🙋🏻♂️ What have you all got planned for the weekend? #TheStatelyHound
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Cute ridgeback puppy Keshu from super cool photoshooting in Prague.😍.
As I'm in Prague only one year I still don't know every location perfectly....well...I tought that I knew area in this photo very clearly....but because of this photoshooting I found so many new and beautiful spots !! Simply love this city ! 😍
Some ridiculously good boys.
Never thought I would be so emotional getting up in front of people and talking about Ranger and how it feels to manage a dog like him. How it feels when someone makes a snide remark because your dog can’t control his noisy voice box. How it feels when someone doesn’t listen to your warnings that your dog doesn’t like people in his space.
Thanks to the many people who shared answers to the questions I asked in my story the other day! The point of all this was to help veterinary staff (at least the staff I work with) better understand how it feels to be the owner of a reactive or aggressive dog. Ranger has been coming to work with me for about a year now (not every day) and every time he comes, I see a little more improvement. It makes my heart so happy that more and more people can know him like I know him - a fierce friend and intense spirit - and realize that so many fearful, stressed, shy, or anxious dogs that walk through our doors, all have a different side to them. The vet is a scary place. But, damn I’m excited to make it a little less stressful for every dog. I may have just found my calling lol.