Meanwhile, our dog, Hurley, had just passed away, in November, after a long fight with liver cancer (he outlived his vet’s expectations by four years!) and we hadn’t been without a dog in the house for over 20 years. The silence and emptiness was too much. Each of us had been on a mission to find a puppy. It was my oldest daughter who found a sad, scraggly little pup on 12/30, available for adoption. We wasted no time and made an appointment to meet him the next day.
We met Niko—Sweet at the time (because his ‘sisters’ name was Caroline)—and immediately fell in love. He had trouble walking and definitely couldn’t do stairs or jump up on anything, but we have been working with him to exercise and keep his range of motion up. Now just try and stop him! He runs around, jumps on furniture, and loves playing. Shortly after the picture I sent you, he was tossing the bully stick all around the room as he romped about having a good time!
Thanks again for a wonderful, quality product that I feel good about giving to our furry family member!