Uh oh, I just realized there are all kinds of shadows here. Sorry. I can only blame the fact that we don't get snow here in San Francisco so I didn't know how bad this looks to some.
We appreciate manners and this little guy we ran into during our walk through the neighborhood impressed us! They didn't even peek at us when we walked by! Now that is dedication and deserves a paws up!
As they say on Twitter, BBL or be back later. I'm busy today giving my female some extra dog love because it is her birthday. She always says I'm a gift, so I figure spending some extra time with her today will make her happy and be a good gift. Smart dog, huh?! I don't even have to wrap it! BOL
DR. NANCY KAY wanted to become a veterinarian for just about as long as she can remember. Her veterinary degree is from Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine, and she completed her residency training in small animal internal medicine at the University of California—Davis Veterinary School.
Dr. Kay is a board certified specialist in the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine and published in several professional journals and textbooks. She lectures professionally to regional and national audiences, and one of her favorite lecture topics is communication between veterinarians and their clients. Since the release of her book, Speaking for Spot: Be the Advocate Your Dog Needs to Live a Happy, Healthy, Longer Life, Dr. Kay has lectured extensively and written numerous magazine articles on the topic of medical advocacy.
Dr. Kay is a staff internist at VCA Animal Care Center, a 24-hour emergency/specialty care center in Rohnert Park, California. As a way of providing emotional support for people with sick four-legged family members, Dr. Kay founded and helps facilitate the VCA Animal Care Center Client Support Group. She also facilitates client communication rounds for VCA Animal Care Center employees.
Dr. Kay’s personal life revolves around her husband (also a veterinarian), her three children (none of whom aspire to be veterinarians) and their menagerie of four-legged family members. When she’s not writing, she spends her spare moments in the garden or riding along the beach atop her favorite horse. Dr. Kay and her family reside in Sebastopol, California.
What is your idea of perfect happiness? My mother always told me, “You’re only as happy as your least happy child.” As the mother of three grown children, I’ve come to believe this is true for me- although it’s a concept a good psychotherapist would likely want to talk me out of! So, when all three of my kids are happy and healthy, I’m a pretty darned happy camper!