Saturday, July 18, 2009

Pet Therapy

Temperatures are still up there and the heat is on. Fortunately the dog got cut just in time. She is cool as a cucumber.

Daisy is a 9 1/2 year old miniature toy poodle cross and has been great therapy for me during my treatment.

7 comments:

Tracey said...

Daisy is gorgeous!! I adore all animals. when i was having my treatment Bertie, my Jack Russell cross Labrador ( his Mum got about a bit!) really looked after me, always there for cuddles and each time i moved he followed me... Still does bless him.

Animals are fantastic xx

Sara Williams said...

Daria, she is adorable!
I love dogs of all shapes and sizes, I even forgive those who savage me lol! They are the best! They accept you for the moment. My dogs get me through life xxxx

Sandy said...

I am big believer in pet therapy, especially dogs. I am sure that the 4 dogs we have bring a huge amount of companionship and joy to TJ on the days that I am at work all day. What a cutie Daisy is and I am sure she loves those long nap days.

Audrey said...

Ms Daisy, you look divine with your new do! And perfect timing, indeed - today was a scorcher! Stay cool!

whidbeywoman@hotmail.com said...

Pets are wonderful. They love us unconditionally. They know when we don't feel good, whether that be emotionally or physically. I am a Recreational Therapist and we have certified pet therapy teams that visit the facility I work at. It is amazing to watch. On a personal level, our two dogs have helped my husband in his cancer journey. What a wonderful gift God has given us in these animals.

Nicole Covey said...

What a sweet little pup. I have two of my own and I honestly don't know what I would do without them. They always seem to know when I feel great and when I feel down. I'm so glad you have Daisy there with you to be your fuzzy companion through everything. Dogs are so unconditional--they don't care about the things that people tend to point out about our appearance. They just care that we love them and that they love us back.

Teresa said...

Let's hear it for the dogs! Absolutely. Best therapy there is. Yours is cutie.