Saturday, June 15, 2013

Introducing Zoe

  I've been busy getting well and I am thankful each step takes me further in that direction.
 My therapist suggested a therapy dog for my particular condition, since they are proven to help make great strides in the healing process.  

     I do have to say I felt calmer when she was in my space and though just a pup she laid beside me when I sat on the floor, so she's already learning her job well.

  You're probably thinking Lab about now but there were no labs available at this time and thats just as it was meant to be.

  Here's Zoe.  She is 11 weeks old and still has 8 weeks of training before I can make her mine.
 I am sooooooooooooooo excited and will be visiting her weekly till the time comes to bring her here.
   I feel we instantly had a heart connection and it does'nt get better than that.  She'll be my companion here at home, as well as when I go out.   I'm really looking forward to getting out more and being able to stay out longer with her by my side.
of course she would'nt look at the camera~! lol..

   I guess by Christmas ya'll will be seeing pictures that look about like THIS..
  Thanks for stopping by and seeing my new companion and friend.
Happy Saturday


  1. I am going to cry. I am so excited for you. My newest granddog is a Great Dane named Clancy. He is just like a person and, bless his heart, he thinks he has hands and trys to pick things up like a person. You are in for such joy and such a faithful friend. He is only 7 months old and quite a big boy already. Oh I cannot wait for you to bring Zoe home.

  2. What fun you are going to have! I've been looking into getting a "companion dog" to help me with my RA. I wasn't thinking something quite that large but I'll watch your progress and may have to rethink my plan. LOL

  3. Good for you! You will love her like a child. Buster (yellow lab) hates the camera too.LOL

  4. WOW awesome news.

    They are amazing and helpful I am told.

    My civic women's club had a speaker at one of our meetings who brought some companion dogs and told us all about the program. I had no idea that even existed till then. What a neat idea.

    All I know is that my kitty cat KNOWS when I need gentle loving attention and he takes my pain away with his unconditional love sometimes.

    Best of luck, and good health to you, Sonny!!

  5. What wonderful news, Sonny, and such darling, sweet puppies. Dogs are such amazing animals who help us humans so much every day. I think this is a wonderful idea! I kept trying to figure out the breed by looking at the puppies, and I never guessed Great Dane. Wow!! I'm so pleased that you're doing better, and I can't wait to hear more about you and Zoe! :)

    Hugs to you,

    Denise at Forest Manor

  6. Hi Sonny and I'm just thrilled to know you're feeling better! Oh, congrats on little Zoe! I know she'll help you alot and I expect lots of snaps as she grows and goes on little trips with you.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)


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