Beautiful post about a beautiful dog… Carpe diem, like Keely. ❤️
I remember when I first picked her up from that shelter, knowing I was getting a dog that would need a lot of help and care.
Then I saw her and she looked even worse that the pictures and my heart stopped but she ran to me, straining on her leash, ready for what was next, despite how weak and hungry and in pain she must have been.
I remember standing in the vets office, mouth agape, as he outlined all the treatments and pills and instructions and my ears started ringing with the overwhelm of it all but he looked at me and said very calmly, ‘This the best time because it will only get better from her. It will never be this bad again.’
I remember having to carry her upstairs so I could bathe her because she was too weak and freaked out to navigate them and…
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