I'm supposed to be doing a lab writeup and studying for a quiz tomorrow, but instead I'm procrastinating, having a beer and writing on the blog.
I am in the vet tech program at douglas college and on monday I brought Raymond and Honey into school for our 'geriatics' section.
They both did really well and had full blood and urine work done. Honey had her blood pressure taken. Raymond didn't, because he wouldn't sit still.
I know I say it all the time, but Honey really amazes me. She did so well. She wasn't overly stressed and was even walking around exploring, slowly making her way around the room through all the chairs and tables.
Raymond stayed overnight on sunday and he settled in right away and didn't have one accident in the house (yay). After his long day at school he had crashed on the dog bed downstairs and wasn't too happy when I woke him up to drive him back out to saints. If I wasn't already feeling overwhelmed with my crazy dogs, I'd have thought about letting him stay cause he seemed so happy, but I'm self-imposing a two dog limit right now. So if anyone is looking for a super wonderful and sweet dog come out and meet Raymond. (and while it's a great nickname, he thankfully no longer suits "Sir Pee-a-lot"). I know all the animals at SAINTS deserve a forever home, but it would be great to seem him settled in a home of his own.
Kendra, Teresa and Honey
Caylee and Raymond
Dr. Boyle, Amy and Jessica with Raymond waiting patiently:
Oh and because i haven't created her page yet, here's a photo of sarah. it's in black and white so she looks a little less crazy cause her eyes were glowing. I will get a better one this weekend.