"I have a one year old Malty and know about this disease in dog life and human (I'm a retired registered nurse) and commend you for thinking of other little ones who might need this med. So often people just throw away meds and don't…"
What is your dog's breed? (If you have more than one dog, please list a name followed by breed.)
Registered Maltese, but "somewhere" is some Beshon as she does have some curly fur around her neck. So, Maltishon?
I'm a retired oncology nurse. I live alone with Kissee and Bubba (girl!, yes) domesticated short haired grey and white geriatric cat. My girls are the delight in my life I suppose in reward for having raised two boys by myself. Eventhough Kissee is kept cut in a puppy cut, I do brush her nearly every day. It's a game for her and me and then Bubba joins our game and also gets brushed (helps with the fur balls). We have a great time and it wears out both of them and me as well. My life would be very lonesome without them.
What is one thing your dog does that reminds you to open your heart and love more deeply?
When she barks when I come in the garage, I tell her is a cutsey voice, "you no bark me." When I open the kitchen door there she is twirling around and around, snorting in her funny little way. Of course, Bubba is right there too for her head scratch too. It never ceases to amaze me how much these two "door watchers" warm my heart and when I see doG I also see God. What more love can a person expect in life but God and doG.
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