Apr 172011
 
Awww
Poor “Baby”

Baby is now being called gimpy lately. The poor thing is having a heck of a time getting up and down our porch stairs to do her business, but she’s managing. She still lays by me when I’m in my office. She goes to the Vet on Tuesday, so we’ll have another update then.

For now I’d like to get your opinion. They have some insurance program there, that includes everything from visits, shots, and blood work being drawn to monitor what’s going on in there is what I’m told. Now the price of this program is $35.00 a month, and this has to be paid throughout the year even if the dog passes away! That’s $420 a year. What do you think?

And heerrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrres “Gimpy”!

*Please note: Our office is under construction. We just haven’t decided how we want to construct it yet. We’ve thought about Z-bricking one or two walls, but no decisions have
been made yet.

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  5 Responses to “A Black Lab we call "BABY" Update”

  1.  

    Poor Pup!

  2.  

    Loved the video, It was a Laugh Out Loud moment. That could never have been planned. So cute.

    See you tomorrow, ‘Friend.’ ; )

  3.  

    Aww Sorry to hear about your dog. Hope she’s better soon.

  4.  

    Poor Baby, I see how she why you call her Gimpy. The poor thing, but she was so adorable when she burped on cue. Sounds like my babies…
    I think unless Baby has a chronic condition, I think the insurance is really not worth it, in my opinion – from the ones I looked into.

  5.  

    Awww, look at that poor little ‘gimpy’ pup! Actually, now me and her have something in common-When I’m not walking very well, my family call ME gimpy >.< I hope that paw heals soon and she’s as good as new! As for the insurance, I’m not quite sure what to tell you on it-Maybe figure out a rough estimate on how much shots, visits, etc would be and then do a comparison and see if it’d be
    worth it or not?

    Just an option ūüôā

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