It has taken a lot of work over the last year to get Willow healthy, we have had a few setbacks - she bloated last fall and we had to go into emergency surgery to save her life - thanks to Willow's strong spirit and Dr Glew and Leah Wilson at the Clinique vétérinaire Timberlea who came in on a Sunday night, saved Willow's life and then spent the night with her to make sure she was ok.
The last year has been a lot of positive reinforcement to get Willow accustomed to living in a house, trusting her human family - she even enjoys her walks now! When she first wakes up in the morning she does a happy dance to greet her humans, with a big smile on her face. She has discovered the comfort of the couch, which is also her safe place where she feels most at ease. We can no longer see the scars from all of the wounds she came in with. Willow is amazing to be around - despite everything she has gone through she has a happiness about her new life that rubs off on everyone around her.
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Roxie and Titan
(Sadly Roxie has crossed over the Rainbow Bridge.
Titan recently joined her where they are running free and painless together)
A HUGE thank you from BRQ to their HAL Program fosters for loving them to the end.