… more kisses, licks, tail wagging –
And no pouting, sulking, staying away.
May’s comment: That’s my girl! She then ran into the bedroom, saw her teddy and started to cry a little. 🙁And then lay down looking at me.
As I read her sterling report card!!!She has this funny thing about being washed. This is not the first time. She would be running like a country dog the whole time. The minute she has a bath – using her shampoo from Aroma Paws which smells of geranium, she suddenly becomes a city girl, snubbing the other dogs. What kind of behaviour is that, Miss D?!?!?!?
Anyway, she had a blast and this is a fine example of how they look after the “mutts” at the House of Mutts. They noticed immediately that Darcy’s eye had some gunk and slightly pink. They alerted me and asked for permission to take her to the surgery – the husband’s a vet. They check for ticks daily and Darcy had Frontline which doesn’t seem to work any more, and she was out of Verm-X. We needed to apply Advocate from now on whenever she’s out in the countryside.