Lylah is currently recovering from her surgery. By surgery, I mean the normal no babies surgery. She got spayed about five days ago and it's been interesting to see how she is with the cone on and her limited ability to be active. When you get your pup back they tell you no roughhousing, no swimming, no running, no zoomies, none of it. The only thing they can do is walk and that's it. While you walk you can have the cone off which is nice because it gives them a break from being surrounded by plastic. Of course when we walk I try to make the walks longer so that she gets some exercise and brings down the energy. It's hard when you have a six-month-old puppy whose life consisted of walking, running, hiking, and traveling every day for 10 weeks go to doing nothing but walking for two weeks. Of course, I'm hoping that the stitches will heal quicker and we can then have the cone off and she can play but only time will tell.
Keeping my fingers crossed that we can get this pup back to a state where she's so tired that when she gets in the crate she immediately crashes. Time of course will tell.
But besides her surgery, I do have good news. I have a possible interview with a dog kennel place just outside of Denver Colorado. Not exactly where I wanted to go but honestly I think it's better than other options I have. I'm hopeful I can make it work out. Of course, the first real step is to get the job so keep your fingers crossed for me. I'm hoping to make leaps and bounds and move west. Colorado is beautiful and I'm excited about a possible new chapter in my life.
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