Nicknames: Rosie Girl, Wosie Woo, Bull in a China Shop
Birthday: September 22nd 2000
Likes: Her Pal Madison
Pet-Peeves: Not being the center of attention.
Favorite Toy: Tug Toy.
Favorite Food: Any and all!
Favorite Walk: Neiborhood.
Best Tricks: Talking for treats, and purring.
Arrival Story: We heard Rosie had given birth to 13 puppies, in 5 degree weather in the snow in Alabama, at a Junk Yard, where she had been a guard dog. She was taken in by a rescue group. After she had weaned her puppies, we went to Alabama and got her. At that time she was 18 months old. On the way home to GA., we stopped at a park and had lunch. She was so happy to be rescued.
Bio: Rosie loves to play with her pal Madison, night and day. They both like to sleep on Moms bed, if they can get away with it. Rosie loves her kitty pals, especially Rusty!
As of this morning I was assisted to the Rainbow Bridge. Over time, I have had difficulty with my my back legs. Aparrently I must have had a stroke last night, and it affected my ability to walk. When I went to the Vet, they said, I might live for another month at the tops, but would be suffering. So I was assisted to the Bridge. I am so sad to leave my family and all my friends. But remember this, there will never be another Rosie! He through the mold out when he created me! BOL! Goodbye my beloved family and friends!
I am here to report about my Vet visit! First of all I was a very Good girl, I would sit and then I layed on the floor until the Vet tech came out for me First thing they did was weigh me, oh joy! Come to find out, I am 90 pounds! When I saw the vet, she said that was a great weight for me.
The vet talked to Mama, asked her what my seizures looked like and how long they lasted. She then did some blood work on me. One of my liver enzimes is slightly elevated. Most likely due to past medication I have taken. She want's to keep an eye on that. I have been given Phenobarbitol, for my seizures. I take it twice a day. And I am to return in a month to have more blood work done, to see if I am at the Theraputic level. Or if the medicene needs adjusting.
The vet did tell us, the medicene will make me sleepy for the first couple of weeks until I get use to it.
Mama was amazed how the Rekie really did help me. There will be alot more of that for me too Mama has it done on her once in awhile. She beleives in it. But I guess seeing it with me, really was amazing.
Last night my Mama took me for a ride, which I loved! We went to meet a special doctor, who does Rekie Healing. The way Mama looks at, she will try anything to help me. It can't hurt! Well I was a very good girl, layed on the floor and did alot of smiling and gave lots of kisses. Reikie is where they meditate and softly put there hands on an effected area. For me my head because of my seizres. Also my spine, back hips and legs, for I have really bad Arthrities there. I was so relaxed, just took it all in. Heck what pup wouldn't like all this attention. The doctore showed Mama a technique she can use to help me.
Well on the way home, I did not go back and forth in the back seat, or try to get in the front seat. I just layed down on the back seat until we got home. I was so relaxed! Mama was so amazed! When she opened the backdoor to let me out, I was still laying down. Now that is not like me. Normally I am raring to go. BOL!
When I came inside I layed down in the office and my Pup siser's, Peanut, Roxie and Madison, immedietly started sniffing me. Especially in the area's I had Reike done on me. Roxie especially kept checking me over, she knows something has has changed.
Right now I am very relaxed in the living room with Mama, as she watches a Braves/Houston Baseball game. Don't tell her, but I am asleep! BOL!
So Mama hopes with combination of Meds and Reike I will be healed! Please keep those toes crossed!