airwalk wrote:Excellent with toe touching. You know this, but I'm going to say it anyway...let him set the pace (within reason). When he is willing to toe touch, don't freak, it's a good thing. I didn't worry about toe touching I just tried to make sure Doogie felt steady enough to not slam his leg down to steady himslef.
CinderDee wrote:He looks great! I'm so glad he's doing this well. I'm wondering if it would be helpful to put his food/water up a little higher?
call2arms wrote:Now Joyce, treat yourself and just buy another twin bed to put next to his. Or better, buy the two of you a queen sized one.
iluvk9 wrote:8) Yes, he does have it rather good here. Did I mention I am still sleeping on the floor in the dog den? Missy told me how to set up a fake bed for myself using pillows. This is why I have a magnet for my SUV that says: "I SLEEP WITH DOGS".
mnp13 wrote:I'm another on the list of people who wants to be reincarnated as one of your dogs.
iluvk9 wrote:mnp13 wrote:I'm another on the list of people who wants to be reincarnated as one of your dogs.
Michelle, after my Mom had her first stroke and was still able to speak, but it was "touch and go", she was going over the bank accts, insurance and other stuff. She leaned over and said, "One more thing....I want to come back as one of your dogs." It was the last laugh we had because she had her debilitating stroke that night.
Missy, no problem. I was in bed and he was just so cuddly. I always tell people I sleep with a big black man.
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