Friday, October 2, 2009
Here's an update from Oakley's foster mom, Nancy:
"Oakley was neutered 3 days ago and is recovering. He is not happy that he has to wear the cone. He doesn't lick at the suture area, but the area that was shaved irritates him to no end. That's where he is licking. He even licks with the cone on top of the area just to give him relief. I am going to put some vaseline on the shaved area and see if it helps.
The vet who checked him over discovered that he has cataracts in both eyes. It is kind of unusual for a pup so young to have cataracts. As far as I could tell, Oakley does not have problem seeing even in dim light. I tested him a couple times while crouching at the corner of a room with the lights turned off. He came straight to me with kisses. So I don't really know what to make out of this.
Other than that, Oakley is doing well. He is very reliable when it comes to toilet training. He is a good boy."
Check out Oakley on Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w_ol4EBZx6k
Sunday, September 6, 2009
In addition to volunteering on the adoption team, Jennifer organizes the highly anticipated "senior parade" at our annual picnic.
Monday, August 31, 2009
David dropped us a note early this morning (apparently Van Gogh is still on Central time!):
"Van Gogh has been home for twenty minutes, and his tail has not stopped wagging. Everybody is getting along great. I'm technologically challenged, but I'll take some pictures tomorrow of VG with his new friends. Thanks to everybody. I've been in rescue a while, but you are as amazing a group as I've ever come across. --David"
Van Gogh and David
Sunday, August 30, 2009
From left: Pam, Linda, Jim and Barb in Yuma, AZ
Saying good bye to Pam.
Saying good bye to Linda.
Hanging out in the Prius! His next car ride will be with his forever family!
From the bottom of our hearts, a GReat big Texas thank you to Cil, Karen, Carol, Greg and Carrie, Pam, Linda, Jim and Barb for helping to make this journey possible. And many more thanks to all the critters who hosted the sleep-overs that made Van Gogh feel like he was part of a family every second of every day that he was on his journey. It's such an honor for us to know so many incredible people who believe in going out of their way to help a very deserving Golden have his very own Golden Beginning.
PS: Stay tuned for pictures of Van Gogh with his forever family...
Checking out the Arizona grass!
Van Gogh with his Arizona girls: Pam
Arizona, here comes Mr. Van Gogh!
"I get the WHOLE back seat?"
Catching some more zzzzz's on his new woobie ... cell phone close at hand in case he needs to call Mr. Greg with an update!!
The happy camper.
Van Gogh with Charlie and Sampson, two Arizona Goldens, who much to Van's surprise are JUST LIKE Texas Goldens!
Five minutes into Air Bud and the pooch is snoozin' ... sweet dreams sweet boy ... You are so loved!