Caring for a Three Legged Dog or Cat
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11 February 2009
I intend to take some that are actually good! New camera; I accidentally erased the one of Cooper hippity hopping along the beach and into the water. And I used the wrong settings on this one, so the quality is poor…
Not much of Cooper. Mostly my extremely fast proto-agility dog Fiona chasing seagulls and demonstrating an impressive recall, and Cooper being rather tired because he'd already been gimping around for a bit. Then I put him in the van and took Fiona for a longer run around the trail. But for being 5 weeks post-op, I think Cooper is doing really well. He's very eager; I actually make him stop and rest or lie down because I'm worried he'll overdo it. After about an hour and a half at the nearby lake beach, they were both pretty mellow.
Going to an agility fun match this weekend and will work on improving my movie-making skills!
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25 April 2007
Oh man, those are the two happiest, most tired looking dogs we've ever seen! What fun!
And we think your big boy is doing great too!
Just wanted to let you know that you can embed your YouTube clips right here in the post, by clicking on the Filmstrip Icon, eighth one from the right on your post editing toolbar.
Thanks for the great update, can't wait to see your fur kids' next adventure