Join Date: May 2012
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Thanks for that info, Jen. I don't know if she was originally shy or tenative. Apparently the foster didn't state that. It is good to hear that there's a chance she would do well travelling. She did fine in her crate travelling last Sunday to new owners. But I think it added to her stress level. My guess is the new surroundings, and the excitement of children running up to her, picking her up, etc triggered the seizures. And obviously she's missing her PO's.
The new family did get quite a nice, lengthy letter from her PO's. They obviously loved her very much, and she was quite pampered. My daughter says she has more clothes than Barbie! In the letter, the PO explains which are her favorite outfits, toys, etc. She came with her crate, all of her toys, all of her clothes, heartworm med, seizure med, and pee pad set-up. With all of this being said, perhaps her feet never hit the floor!! Her tail has been down since Sunday. Last night, while playing with a toy for a minute or so, her tail did go up. So that was a great sign. And she was playfully nibbling on my daughter's finger. And she followed my grand-dog around the yard. He's a gentleman's gentleman! And she sat with him on the deck, side by side.
Pat - AKA Kallie's & Abby's mom