Feb 2 - 23
from 2:00 - 3:00
Check out our rescue!
Daycare - every day - all day
Daycare during weekends & holidays
Private rooms at night and lunch
Beds and blankets included
No extra, silly charges
Medications - no charge
7am to 7pm 7 days a week
Access to a huge outside area
Constant supervision, inside and out
Bridges, slides and toys to play on
Web cams in both areas of the room
Experienced, professional Trainers
Fun and positive classes
Limited student enrollment
Private training area
Boarding - sleep after a long day of play!
Training classes - from serious to fun.
This is my ball. Love, Tate
Red and Blue make friends with Ruby.
Sabriah...... She's a very special dog!
Always time for an afternoon nap.
Halia - queen of the hill.
Jake sits on his sister Lucy
Friends, beds and toys for daycare.
Landry and Marty watch for squirrels
Dogs are supervised for fun and safe play.
Friends to be made and good times to be had.
Never enough time for all the fun!
Huge outside area for the dogs.
Daycare 7am to 7pm every day!
Fun training classes and new experiences!
Shelia says, "Come join the fun!"
Addie plays with her ball
Chase and Addie
Jaxson takes a nap
Tate and Marlee hanging out.
Tucker says, "Let's play!"
17 - 23
Juno was one of several puppies at Indianapolis Animal Care and Control that came down with parvo. Parvo is a nasty gastrointestinal disease that will kill a puppy if it goes untreated.
We took Juno and 4 of her brothers and sisters. All 5 had parvo. Puppy number #4 did not make it through the weekend at the veterinary clinic. Puppies #1 and #5 did very well and puppy #2 lagged behind, but caught up with #1 and #5. Puppy #3 struggled and stopped eating.
We took puppy #3 back to the vet and they suspected she was suffering from an Intussusception. That's a long word for her intestines went through so much trauma with the parvo that her intestines turned in on themselves.
Of course this was Friday late afternoon when the vet's offices were closing for the weekend. Off to VCA we went. Sadly not many clinics were excited to ultrasound a puppy with parvo. Sigh.
Yep - that's what it was, intussusception. Part of her intestine had died and she underwent emergency surgery to repair her belly. At this point, she's still not happy about eating and skin and bones!
She came home from VCA yesterday (Monday, Dec 12) and I took her home and Lisa and I grandma'd her all up. Lisa scrambled her a couple eggs and Aunt Karen brought her some roast beef. She's eating and thriving this morning and we begin to recoup our bank account so we can continue to save dogs like Juno. (aka Puppy #3).
Our bill for Juno's 3 days at VCA was $6,942.14. No, really. And that was with our rescue 'discount'.