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Goodbye Miss Gracie - you will be missed
CBCR Foster Gracie has unexpectedly left us after developing an abdominal mass that was bleeding internally. We are very thankful that she was feisty, playful and eating with gusto right up until her last day. She was a sweet girl who loved meeting new people and exploring new places. Even though she had arthritis, she refused to let that stop her from going for walks and playing with her toys.
Miss Gracie - we truly treasure the time we had with you.
The spring rains are here. Border Collies have no problem going out in the rain,
even if it means getting muddy. In fact, some of them seek out mud puddles.
Some call all their friends and have a mud party.
If you are lucky, your Border Collie won't get too muddy.
If you are not so lucky, your Border Collie will have had a grand old time
playing in the mud and you will be faced with a dog that looks like this.
Which means - bath time
and now you have a clean, wet dog
who, hopefully, will stay clean for a least an hour before you start the cycle all over again.
Penny is very smart, she know several commands so far – she will come to her name, knows sit, stay and go potty outside.
Penny loves to eat, and does not seem to have food issues.
Assessing all of her conditions required an overnight stay at the vet and many subsequent visits. It was determined that she had been hit by a car at some point, and had a small puncture in her lung. She made a horrendous sound when she would breathe or drink water. She held one of her back legs up high and would not use it. Even in her foster home, she was afraid to go outside at all. She ate very little. During the first few weeks in her foster home, Stokie’s foster mom had to check to make sure Stokie was still breathing as she mostly laid there and didn’t move.