Thursday, July 26, 2007

Dog Rescuer


Thank you for all of your prayers and concerns regarding our beloved Scout, who went to stay at a "doggie hostel" for the first time. Unfortunately, she did not get better; she got worse. Last night she was sick during the night. The good people at the hostel believe it was stress, based on the behavior of the previous nights. Again, totally a night-time experience. But she slept all day today in their office.


This evening Husband's older son came and picked her up. She is resting at his house this evening and overnight. He and his roommate, who also likes dogs, will give her plenty of Tender Loving Care. They both get special awards for being "Dog Rescuers." (what would be a good token of appreciation?)


There is so much I still want to see and do here... but I'll be glad to have the "family" together tomorrow.

10 comments:

Barbara B. said...

Wow, that was so nice of Husband's older son!

Songbird said...

Poor Scout! I'm so glad a rescue was possible.

DogBlogger said...

I would take them out to dinner for that!

Diane said...

oh, good idea!

terri c said...

Oh, I am so glad. You must be relieved. I am a wreck whenever I have to leave mine. BTW Scout is adorable. That face!!!

Presbyterian Gal said...

Thank goodness for Husband's older son and yay that Scout is rescued. That will make the rest of your trip very sweet, now.

Out to dinner and a nice bottle of what he likes, for sure.

Grandmère Mimi said...

Diane, I'm so glad that Scout is safe and peaceful now.

Rowan The Dog said...

Oh, Ms. Diane, I am so happy that Scout got to go be with her human friends. Poor dear. Sometimes it is very hard being a dog, you know.

I am sure those nice humans would appreciate a nice belly rub and an ear scratch. Or, maybe you can think of something especially for humans. In any event, give them a big old lick from me.

Love,

Rowan

Kievas said...

You must be really relieved...I'm glad Scout is in familiar surroundings again.

Serena said...

I'm still catching up on reading blogs, and just read your last three entries ... so sorry to hear about Scout ... glad he's now with family and doesn't have to be caged... the unknown can be so scary.