Rocco too busy eating to get off of the chair he was in. Silly pooch. This was at the start of renovating the office space. He’s not entirely black as the dog I have nothing against, but …
Question: Do you know anyone with depression?
Your Answer: Yes.
Whether you think so or not, everyone knows others who are suffering from depression. This short video, about a black dog, will explain not only what depression can be like for those you know, love, or for you, but the video also holds important information for understanding and helping those around you who might or do suffer from depression. Maybe that someone is you.
This is our black dog, Kreature-Monster-BOO! Only, he’s not the same type of black dog as in the video below. He has white paws, a white chest, and a cute white collar and white tip on the end of his tail (which is normally curled up but he’s relaxed here). And on this day he sported a green lead for a li’l jaunt around the neighborhood with my partner Reeve.
It’s worth viewing even if you stumbled on this page because you thought it’d be more about … dogs. I truly have nothing against actual dogs, though the one in the video seems pretty bogus until things are under control.
And for any who might feel misdirected, here are a few more photos from our house and some of our clients’ dogs to you!
“You cannot work without me on your lap! I need attention! I need attention! I NEEEEED attention!!! … Oh, and ‘Peace,’ Bro.”
Assessment in the parking lot. Kreatchy helped me this day. Client is undercover, so I can’t tell you who this other cutie is.
Meeting of the Minds, Noses and …
Sasha. xoxo, baby-girl.
From behind: Kreature Hauff-Lazar. He has a curly tail.
Petunia’s legs. Her names need clipped – that silly baby-girl.
Reeve and Petunia – Facing Off!
This cuteness is Oso, which is Spanish for “bear.” Oso came to my office for assessment after being re-homed in a poor situation. Oso’s original family decided to take him back following my recommendations. We adjusted his living arrangements and provided the family with more knowledge and canine care-giving skills. The kids (and grandpa too!) were very happy to see him return after mom made a compassionate decision to keep the family intact.
Sasha and Rocco. Sasha said, “Dude, get off me.” They were long-time companions.
Sasha, as her health declined, was less and less “down with” having her nails trimmed, ears cleaned, or eye-boogies removed. Here we are to be cleaned up and checked on at our veterinarian’s office. I miss you, Sasha! I love you very much!
Reeve and Petunia. “What’d you eat?”
Petunia says, “May I have some vegan Christmas cookies? How about some vegan carrot cake?”
Client #1 [name redacted to protect the dog biscuits]. Oh, with Reeve on the left. 🙂
From the back side: Soft Taco Rocco.
From the backside: the late Sasha SmeeMaLee and Rocco-Taco-He-yead! Sasha passed on in November and we miss her dearly.
Loonia Petunia and Maggie-Magster, her favorite (and very odd) stuffed toy.