It all started with something very new - a harness! Then, my mom asked me to jump in the car! With no crate in it! I had never done that before ... but I was willing to try it. I chose to ride like this:
|"I'm not sure about this; it's new to me!"|
I was fastened to something called a "seat belt". Hmm.
Before too long, we got to this place:
Oh! It's the place Zim and my Dave told me about - it's where the vets are! Now you know where I went!
|"My brothers told me there are all kinds of nice people here!"|
We went right in and Mom signed me in. They wanted me to get on the scale. Right there in front of everyone! Can't a girl have a little privacy?!? I'm not sure I liked that part, but I did it anyway!
After that, we had a seat and relaxed. There were two very handsome German Shepherds in the room and a very large Bulldog. I thought all of them were very handsome.
You can see one of the handsome German Shepherds in the background of the photo above. I was pretending not to notice him. Did I mention he was handsome? Oh, he really was. So was the other GSD. And the Bulldog.
After just a little while, my student Lila came out and met me. She was very nice. We went into the exam room and she gave me a thorough exam and kept saying how sweet I am and how cooperative. I wanted to make everyone back at Polargold Siberians proud of me! Then I met our Vet Tech Beth and I really liked her. She smelled of Border Collie boys. I'll bet they're handsome, too. She said I was very sweet, too, and very well-behaved and that "maybe we have another Dave on our hands". Ooooh... I just love that. Because I love my Dave! Mom said it's a big compliment because my Dave is so very good for the vets and they can do anything at all without him fussing. Isn't he wonderful?
Then I got to have another exam by Dr. B, and two more vets who know my brothers came in just to meet me! Everyone was so nice and so welcoming! They all said I was a very lovely girl!
Oh! While I was in the exam room, I heard a cat in "the back"!
Mom doesn't quite think I'm probably a cat-lover like Zim, but she isn't sure yet. Based on our breed's prey drive ... you know. No offense to cats. Oh - especially my new cat blogging friends! Speaking of whom...
We wanted to apologize for getting so behind reading and commenting on your blogs. We're going to try to get caught up, but as you can imagine, Mom has her hands full right now and we aren't allowed to use the computer without her. I also wanted to thank each and every one of you for the warm welcome!
I think I feel another nap coming on. They do a lot of that Road Marching thing here and it's enough to wear a girl out. Does anyone know what "That's the plan, Camo" means? My mom says that a lot.