Monday, July 17, 2006

Sadie's home

Sadie is naturally hyper-active, and she was really excited when we got her home and let her out of her dog-taxi. 

She got used to the air conditioning at the vet's place, I'm sure.  And, locked in a pen as she was, she seems to have put on a couple of pounds.

She'll have to adjust all over again to our lack of A/C.  Anyway, she seems happy enough.  I tossed her the frisbee a half-dozen times, and she was ready for more.  But in this heat, I figured we'd better end it.

She wanted to be out on her tie-out where she can watch Cliff puttering around, so there she is.

Looks like we're headed for 100 degrees again today.  It's already over 90.

9 comments:

redpoppy007 said...

The heat is hard on our pets too.  I keep mine in the house when it is this hot, she even likes her face washed with a cool cloth in the summer time..people need to realize the heat is hard on everybody , pets too.  I know she is glad you are home.

mastersblynn said...

Wow she has really grown!!!!

sugarsweet056 said...

I know she's happy her family is together again!!!!
don't let her stay out long, this heat is awful, esp since she's been under A/C lately! A big shade with a breeze & LOTS of cool water is the ticket right now...inside under the fan is even better!
Hugs,Sug

madcobug said...

Glad to see Sadie bacK home. I can almost see her excitement. I imagine she was pretty warm after being in a cool place but I am sure she prefers the heat and home. It has been really hot here also but we did get a shower a couple of hours ago to cool things off a bit. Helen

lv2trnscrb said...

Oh I bet she was one happy dog to see you!! Bet she stays by you and Cliff for the next few days in case you decide to run off on her again.

Stay cool if you can

betty

fmgruber said...


Sadie Lady looks none the less for wear. You just may see an improvement in her behavior.
Herr Clink and half our troop used to volunteer the local animal shelter taking in and adopting out varied critters as well caring in doing the cleaning and feeding during the in-betweens.
Every once in a while when one of out own critter’s got into a very displeasing attitude, she’d haul their contrary soul down to the animal shelter and lock it up for a couple days.  Quite often the jail time did wonders for a divergent critter’s personality tune-up.

Best of all Frieda and I enjoyed you’s guys trip pictures. I liked the train, while the ghost towns brought back memories of some our old ghost town exploration adventures. Rocks tend to turn me off,, likely my having to wrestling a few out of a cultivated fields.
Nice, real nice.

bnanajm said...

I'm sure she was happy to see you both.  But she looks bigger to me.  Has she grown a bit, or is that the picture?

am4039 said...

I'm sure she is so happy to see you. I haven't left ozzie with anyone, I don't know what he would do. He sleeps on the kingsize bed, and follows me around. He would be lost. Dogs, they are so cute.

csandhollow said...

Sadie does look like she has grown!