Thursday, October 28, 2010
So I decided, instead of a formal post with lots of words, to give you a post with mostly pictures! I apologize in advance for some of the pictures being a little blurry...they were all taken on my iphone. I typically take great pride in my Sage photography, but my camera has been having some problems.
As usual, Sage and I have been spending a lot of quality time at the park. We've also enjoyed some really pretty sunsets this semester!
It always makes me laugh when Sage sits in front of my roommate's door. Her name also starts with an "S."
Leave it to Sage to find a wet place to cool off while on our walk.
The best thing about spending time at the park is how exhausted Sage is afterward. We both sleep like babies!
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Thursday, October 21, 2010
One time I thought it would be interesting to see how much money I had spent on Sage since I got her. So I went through my Bank of America bills and started crunching numbers. I quickly realized that having a dog was expensive...and I immediately put the old bills away. Almost from the moment I brought Sage home, she has been higher maintenance than the normal family dog.
The funny thing is, I started writing this post last spring but never posted it, thinking I'd just jinx myself, but now it's time to revisit this topic. Yesterday, Sage and I had another expensive trip to the vet. You know, one thing about the vet is that they are so good at getting you to purchase all kinds of special "remedies" to alleviate all kinds of secondary ailments. I came home with some ear cleaner, joint supplements, and fish oil tablets. But anyways, the point is, my dog is high maintenance.
Since the day of her arrival into my life Sage has suffered from puppy dermatitis, seasonal allergies, food allergies, a luxating patella, one hot spot, multiple bouts of dry skin, a benign tumor that showed up and went away within a couple of weeks, and most recently, an ear infection. Now it's perfectly normal for dogs to have different kinds of problems throughout their lifetime, however, Sage is still under the age of 2. I'm thinking we're going to have quite the journey ahead of us.
But let's be honest, we love our pets and would do anything for them...even if they are high maintenance!
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