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Jul072012

Erica: Daisy Diamond

Hello Joan, 
Hope this finds you and your family doing well - just wanted to send an update.  Diamond is doing great... she is actually sleeping at my feet on the bed as I type this to you.  She is adjusting to her new home really well.  She plays often with our lab Harvey and they seem to be adjusting to each other really good- we're seeing good signs- tails are up and wagging, playful wrestling, and finally submissive bellies to each other quite recently. 
  
We have started calling her Daisy Diamond - our son started it and it's stuck... she wags her tail, so she seems pretty agreeable!  We are just in love with her, her disposition is just lovely.  She's not shy which is good, and watching her around the house just brings a smile to my face, she is at my side when I cook, smelling all the different foods.  she follows our son David around the house, and is just so comfy either on the couch or in the bed.   I would have to imagine going from a farm life to a quieter home life is a change, but she seems to be adjusting well.  I have been back to work part time and she is doing well in the house 4-6 hours at a time.
I took her to our vet yesterday, and got a good check up.  We are discussing having her spayed, so we may consider this sometime in the future here.  I brought her in to meet our vet so we could get a record going, and he could get to know her... we didn't do any vac's because you mentioned her rabies was current, though I am wondering how recent her distemper was?  The vet asked if she had been on any type of hormone therapy recently - I think he might factor this into when he recommends having her spayed should we decide to.  
I have a photo on my cell I will email to you after I send this.  
Thanks again, Joan.  We feel very lucky to have "Daisy Diamond" with us.  She is just precious!
Erica

Hello Joan, Hope this finds you and your family doing well - just wanted to send an update.  Diamond is doing great... she is actually sleeping at my feet on the bed as I type this to you.  She is adjusting to her new home really well.  She plays often with our lab Harvey and they seem to be adjusting to each other really good- we're seeing good signs- tails are up and wagging, playful wrestling, and finally submissive bellies to each other quite recently.   We have started calling her Daisy Diamond - our son started it and it's stuck... she wags her tail, so she seems pretty agreeable!  We are just in love with her, her disposition is just lovely.  She's not shy which is good, and watching her around the house just brings a smile to my face, she is at my side when I cook, smelling all the different foods.  she follows our son David around the house, and is just so comfy either on the couch or in the bed.   I would have to imagine going from a farm life to a quieter home life is a change, but she seems to be adjusting well.  I have been back to work part time and she is doing well in the house 4-6 hours at a time.
I took her to our vet yesterday, and got a good check up.  We are discussing having her spayed, so we may consider this sometime in the future here.  I brought her in to meet our vet so we could get a record going, and he could get to know her... we didn't do any vac's because you mentioned her rabies was current, though I am wondering how recent her distemper was?  The vet asked if she had been on any type of hormone therapy recently - I think he might factor this into when he recommends having her spayed should we decide to.  
I have a photo on my cell I will email to you after I send this.  
Thanks again, Joan.  We feel very lucky to have "Daisy Diamond" with us.  She is just precious!
Erica

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