He's doing better, though I don't know if we will get back to Arizona in the fall, all depends on how he does this summer.
I've been so busy lining up help and physical therapy here at home. Seems like there is someone in almost every day. We've seen two of his docs but more to go!
I said I wasn't going to foster a dog for a while, not till things smoothed out a bit. But that all changed when I saw an English Cocker in Chicago, listed on Craigslist. I should tell you I very much dislike seeing dogs advertised in that venue. Especially when they are free to a good home or for sale at a ridiculously low price. There are so many unscrupulous people out there that will pick up these dogs and use them for bait in the dog fighting world and there are those that scoop up these 'deals' and sell them at a higher cost, then buy drugs with the money.
For those of you that don't know, I am the Rescue Chairman for the English Cocker Spaniel Club of America. So....when I see my breed so close to home, being given away or in a shelter, of course I react. The fact that I don't have a wealth of foster homes available for these furbabies is a huge problem for a National Rescue. Consequently, when I contacted the poster about the dog, they were willing to give her up to Rescue and brought her down to me the very next day. And voila...just like that, I found myself becoming a foster parent.
So here she is.....my newest foster.
This is Bettie Page and she is absolutely adorable!! A woolly Cocker for sure!
And here she is groomed and making herself at home on my bed!
Funny thing, I wondered who names a dog Bettie Page and why!? Apparently Bettie Page, the woman...not the dog, was a rather known 'Pin up' gal from the fifties!! So far, I haven't seen any resemblance between the two. Probably a good thing!!