My first night at Camp IBR and they gave me a test! Okay, it was no big deal. I went into a room and saw some furry things...big deal! They didn't have feathers or wings and they couldn't fly! So, what would be the point in paying them any attention! I guess I did a great job because I passed the test! I am cat safe!
Saturday, March 10, 2007
Posted by Lisa Floros at 4:07 PM
Yesterday, I left Michigan and went to Camp IBR for a week. I am going to get another opinion on my itchy skin. My skin and fur are looking much better but I still scratch a bunch! Heck, I'll do anything and go anywhere for a car ride! The other 3 fur kids in my foster family came along for the ride. Dorothy is also staying in Illinois to see the wonderful IBR vets! I hope they can help her too. I love to run in the yard with her and look for birds. Cali and Mallory also came along because they are high maintenance and wouldn't stop whining! Honestly, that's not my style!
OH! A bird! Another one! Oh boy...a whole flock! Hey, where'd they go? Hey, can someone turn this car around?
Okay, I have got a lot of work to do! This is SERIOUS business! Too many birds to watch and not enough time! I need to sharpen my skills because I heard that I am going to Seneca to be tested on birds on my last day at Camp IBR!
Posted by Lisa Floros at 3:52 PM
Monday, March 5, 2007
I am so confused! My foster mom took me to the vet today so that I could get fixed. Even I could have told her that I wasn't broken! Atleast, I got a car ride out of it!
Everyone at the vet's office said that I was a great patient! They really love me! BUT...what's not to love?
My foster fur sister, Mallory, snuck into the little human's room and grabbed a stuffed buddy for me. My oldest Setter sister, Cali, has been my bodyguard! They snuggled in bed with me and they even gave me extra space! What great nurses!
I wish they would have been on duty when my "other" nurse came in and covered me with Elmo "Boo Boo Stickers". Most people call them bandaids, but I know NEVER to argue with this 2 year old! She is the source of yummy things that fall from her plate!
Posted by Lisa Floros at 7:49 PM
Wednesday, February 14, 2007
Posted by Lisa Floros at 6:20 PM
Life is so much fun now that I am feeling better! My new diet and supplements are working GREAT! My skin doesn't itch anymore and my fur is getting thicker! That's a good thing because it is really cold outside today! I just love the snow!
I know there is a bird in that tree. Can someone give me a boost?
TAG! YOU'RE IT! I may be the smallest English Setter in my foster family...but...I am the fastest! Eat my snow!
So... this is a snow drift? My foster mom said that I am a very patient dog. I waited for 20 minutes while her 2 year old toddler pulled the snow balls from between my toes.
IT'S A BIRD...IT'S A PLANE...IT'S SUPER MAZIE!
Posted by Lisa Floros at 6:01 PM
Monday, January 8, 2007
I sure hope that my foster mom and IBR can help my allergies! I just scratch and scratch and scratch! Lisa from IBR thinks I have a food allergy so my foster mom is feeding me an awesome diet. It's like living at the Four Seasons! I love my food so much that I really don't notice the supplements that are hiding in the bowl! The best part is that I am really starting to feel better!
Posted by Lisa Floros at 11:19 PM
I was so excited to meet my foster family that I forgot about scratching for 20 minutes! I have so many dogs, people and toys to play with now! I am so lucky! I used my manners and my foster mom was so proud! I was very happy sleeping in my new crate because I am crate trained. I am also housebroken. Not even one accident during all of the excitement! I heard her tell my foster dad that she hoped I could teach Cali and Mallory, my foster dog sisters, some manners!
Posted by Lisa Floros at 11:06 PM