The Beas seems to be doing OK. She was really groggy last friday and saturday. She kept walking sideways like she was drunk....It was actually pretty funny.
By sunday, she was back to her crazy self. She has really been trying to get at her stitches, so we had to go with the elizabethan collar (or as I like to call it, the lamp shade). She hates that, and has already figured out how to take it off. The stitches come out on monday, and that can't come soon enough for me...haha.
I totally agree with Judy. The camera loves Chloe as they say in fashion photography. That picture is outstanding.
One "dark cloud" though occurred to me. I know you live in the city, but I would never leave your beautiful Beagle tied outside a store. I live in a college town, and the students think nothing of it. It just worries me to death that someone would just walk off with a dog that they fancied.
When Chloe comes back from her surgery, just keep her calm and spoil her for a couple of days. She is a little sweetheart.
i am tempted to do the humane way of spaying Dixie, Being a full time student don't leave much money in the bank.
Aparantly the local humane society here has a funding for spaying and neutering for low income households. might check into it. They said in the Paper that most year they never use up the money that is alloted in the fund.