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Thanks Claudia for organizing the Scoop get-together at the Dog Park. What fun! It was wonderful to meet everyone. Take care, Laurie (and Rio and Henry)

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Comment by William E. Hill III on September 23, 2009 at 6:34pm
I missed being there, too. I really wanted to go and my flight was allowing it. But, my son was in town for the rest of the afternoon, which I didn't know until I landed. So we went to SF Bar & Grill where my daughter works and the three of us got to hang out for quite a few hours before he drove back to Golden, Colorado, where he lives. It was a nice homecoming. But, I hope we do the dog park again. Sure sounds like fun. And Julie, my gosh, I agree with Cindy, you must be a saint!
Ben, I like Pandora for a name. Unique.
Comment by Lisa on September 22, 2009 at 12:02pm
LOL.... I had a beautiful horse named that once upon a time. :)
Comment by Ben Swan on September 22, 2009 at 11:50am
Now that's funny. I wanted to name Beta, my heart-dog, Tuchas. Ricky wouldn't let me ...
Comment by Lisa on September 22, 2009 at 10:51am
Hey Ben, Try this name, it is Cherokee, I believe, for Desert Flower, "Tookas".
Comment by Ben Swan on September 22, 2009 at 10:24am
Now we are trying on Star. Seemed like a better fit ... we'll see. Thanks for the input ..
Comment by caril on September 21, 2009 at 8:59pm
Ben... Panda might be a fun option as well....
Comment by Julie L on September 21, 2009 at 7:34pm
I like the name Lily too. It's sweet and gentle. I actually assumed Bear was a boy because to me it sounds like a boy's name, but Pandora is cute and unique. She does look like a panda. Very cuddley! I also thought it was sharpeis or chows who had entropion and asked the Shelter if maybe she had sharpei in her, but she really looks 100% yellow lab. The surgery has done WONDERS! Even with stitches she's more comfortable now than before the surgery. Ben - that's the first time I heard that entropion can lead to trust issues but it makes sense. She really couldn't see well and was constantly agitated, jumpy and nervous all the time. It would slowly drive me crazy to live with that irritation. She's wagging her tail now and licking my hand. She's on her way to being a happy, trusting dog!
Comment by Claudia Inoue on September 21, 2009 at 3:42am
Arielle,

Thanks for the great photos!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Comment by caril on September 21, 2009 at 12:59am
Sorry I missed teh outing... it was thundering here in Nambe and looked stormy toward Santa Fe... my Aussie Shepherd, which is the one who needs an outing the most, is really frightened of thunder... but was the weather okay? Next time I need to get a cell phone no. of someone ... sounds like you all had a good time.

Ben... my cousing had the sweetest female black dog named Lily when we were growing up... I think it's beautiful and sweet. Just my 2 cents.
Comment by Ben Swan on September 21, 2009 at 12:00am
Zach and I had a great time; we hope to do it again. (I hope my other children can come eventually) Thanks for the suggestion, Claudia. Julie, I thought only Shar-peis suffered from entropion. It's what Pandora/Bear had for the first two years of her life. I understand it's very painful and may have something to do with trust issues. Would love to hear updates. Missed you, Julie, at our get-together. BTW. What do people think of Lily for Bear's new name? (Our animal communicator suggested changing Bear's name to something else. Bear comes from my thought that she looks like a Panda Bear -- and I wanted to call her Pandora. Here's a photo that Leta took of us after our wonderful session.

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