Best Tricks: I find my toys when Mom can't -finding the biggest sticks to run with & carry (sometimes, of course, I try to EAT them) - keeping Mom around my paws
Arrival Story: Chloe's litter was abandoned in Tennessee in 1997- we were blessed with her when North Shore Animal League called and said they had a litter of cocker spaniels (she's a mix ). My little girl was only 6 weeks old.
Bio: Chloe is an exceptional girl - she's beautiful, kind, smart, loving (she especially loves men!), she's sweet, playful - the love of my life.
Forums Motto: Chloe's got Mom wrapped around her paws
I guess you have all been wondering what happened to me....
Tomorrow will be my 4th week at the Bridge. I think it's pretty cool but I'm worried about my Mom - she misses me so much & can't stop crying.
It happened pretty quickly - I started walking very slowly which is not like me - I'm pretty frisky & I like to sniff & walk fast. Mom thinks it was Hurricane Sandy which took it's toll on me. I mean... it wasn't pleasant being carried up & down 7 flights of stairs! I panted & carried on but I think it was harder on Mom than me.
I went to the Vet for my 3 month visit & I was okay.
But shortly afterward I stopped eating - I dunno why - I love my chicken.
My vet tried appetite stimulants & then anti-nausea pills.
But then I didn't want to eat my dog food even with chicken. So Mom gave me only Chicken. I didn't want it.... even when Mom tried to feed me by hand. Then she tried bread with cheese. This worked for a while. But then I kept throwing up & this wasn't pleasant.
Then Mom tried hamburger. Then filet mignon. I did not want to eat. I didn't even want to drink water.
I guess even a pretty girl like me is entitled not to eat - especially at 16.
So that's what happened, my furriends. After 3 days of not eating and throwing up & tremors, Mom took me to the Vet & he said it was time.
So as hard as it is for me to write this, it is harder for my Mom.
I thank you all for your support & wishes - I hope I will be back at Dogster soon.