Monthly Archives: March 2010

Day 2 of volunteer teching. I watched a dog spay, two dentals, and a flush out of a jaw wound. I also drunk a lot of tea, snuggled the office cat, and snorgled the English Springer who was in for … Continue reading

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Originally published at idle musings. Please leave any comments there. Day 2 of volunteer teching. I watched a dog spay, two dentals, and a flush out of a jaw wound. I also drunk a lot of tea, snuggled the office … Continue reading

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A walk in the park

First, I roll on the spot. Then I dig a hole. I know it’s big enough when I can fit my head. And then, my job done, I rest. It’s a tough life, being me.

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A walk in the park

Originally published at idle musings. Please leave any comments there. First, I roll on the spot. Then I dig a hole. I know it’s big enough when I can fit my head. And then, my job done, I rest. It’s … Continue reading

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Techy

Today was my first day of volunteering at a vet clinic. (I have to log 80 hours as part of the application for the Animal Health Technician program.) I am doing my first three days at my own vet’s clinic, … Continue reading

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Techy

Originally published at idle musings. Please leave any comments there. Today was my first day of volunteering at a vet clinic. (I have to log 80 hours as part of the application for the Animal Health Technician program.) I am … Continue reading

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Perfect day

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Perfect day

Originally published at idle musings. Please leave any comments there. Simon and Farley Maia with the ball Maia and me

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Small steps

I’ve had Maia for 9 months, and while sometimes I feel like there’s been no improvement, I know that’s not true. *I* have learned her triggers and her body language and most of the time can head her off before … Continue reading

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Small steps

Originally published at idle musings. Please leave any comments there. I’ve had Maia for 9 months, and while sometimes I feel like there’s been no improvement, I know that’s not true. *I* have learned her triggers and her body language … Continue reading

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