~The Little Blue Guy
We just got the results back from the 16 week Titer test. Stone tested positive for both antibodies, which is great! However, the vet technician warned me that Stone could still be at risk and that they suggest the 16 week vaccination. I am holding strong.
Stone is very much at home here, loves his big brother, Blue, tolerates his crate, devours his food and then heads for Blue’s bowl (and shock of shock, Blue lets him eat from his bowl!), and continues to be the world’s best snuggler. Everyone stops me on our daily walks to coo over how sweet he is. Stone is really smart too – and we start Obedience Classes in May.
But who leaves out dog treats when a Weim is waiting for the vet???
Thank you for our little angel. We love him so.
As I always say–thank you, Victoria, for the update on Stone. You have been so excellent as sending things that I can share on the Blog. It means a lot to us.
We love to hear that Stone has settled into his routine and that he is doing well in every way. These photos are precious. I know everyone is going to appreciate seeing them.
Rainbow Bridge Crossing
It’s been a hard couple of weeks, but I wanted to let you know that we will be sending Dillin to the Rainbow Bridge tomorrow (September 18, 2013). I had planned on having him for, at least, 3 more years, but I can not keep him around and suffering any more. We have an amazing vet that will come to our house and let him be as comfortable with his family and in his home. I am really upset and having a hard time having to let him go, he is my baby. Thank you for blessing me with such an amazing dog and family member.
It amazes me the way life works and how it ends and begins so very randomly. Life is a wonder. How it begins and ends. Life is a precious gift and it is hard to lose those that you love. It never gets any easier to have to let someone go.
Breeder’s Note: We were sad to learn of Dillin’s loss. We are happy about the joy he brought to your life. Thank you for all you did with him, and for him. You gave him the best possible life. He was cherished. There is little else we could ask.