Tag Archives: Rehabilitation

A sudden shadow

As things get more back to normal and I’m able to move around more freely, we’ve been keeping an eye on the Nebraska Humane Society website for dogs in need of temporary foster care, and now we have Shadow for … Continue reading

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Up for air

Hmmm, let’s see if I remember how to do this . . . A certain major event has prevented me from being able to spend any time comfortably at my laptop, and I’m only now able to devote a few … Continue reading

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Lovable Lulu

We’ve had a new dog in foster care for the past week from the Nebraska Humane Society.  Lulu is a 9-month-old English Bulldog recovering from a skin condition that must be resolved before she can be spayed and therefore be … Continue reading

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Dear Dottie

I’m pleased to introduce Dottie…or maybe Nellie, the new dog we’ve taken under our wings for foster care. She was transferred to the Nebraska Humane Society from a sister organization in Oklahoma. No one seems to be really sure about … Continue reading

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George (the second)

George was with us for nine days. He had his one-week post-surgical exam the day before yesterday and passed it with flying colors. Today was the magic 10-day mark, and he was ready to have the sutures removed from his … Continue reading

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Avast! Low George Silver!

This is the first installment of a chronicle of misfortune, woe, (unintended) cruelty, subsequent kindness, and modern attempts at correction of previous mistakes. If your sensitivities extend to reluctance to see graphic images of surgical correction of inbred problems, read … Continue reading

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Ruler of the roost—again

I am happy to report that Molly, the delightful Bichon we’ve had in foster care for the past two weeks will soon be back with her original family without having to be put up for adop- tion..  Her rehabilitation and … Continue reading

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