I'm not sure it really was an adventure, but when I say their names together it sounds like the title of a movie or a book! Okay, maybe it's just me, or maybe it was an adventure!
Verne has been a few times before so is a bit of a pro. He has degeneration in his spine yet he has developed a much better top line, which helps support his spine, since he started coming to see me. It is so rewarding to help any dog but seeing older dogs improve is fantastic. He's a beautiful gentleman, still enjoying his walks, occasionally opting to jump in his wheels and enjoy a ride instead. Having Staffordshire Bull Terriers myself I do have a soft spot for the breed, but anyone who knows them would understand why.
Although Bridget has visited before when her brother Verne has had a session, she had not had a session herself, until recently. Her mum felt she wasn't quite right, and due to the current precautions opted for Bridget to have a one to one with me. Whilst mum, dad and Verne waited in the car, listening out for the screams and tantrums, Bridget astounded us all. She did watch the door for a few minutes but then settled down next to me. it was a beautiful relaxing session. We even posed for a little selfie (you wont see me doing that too often!!). She was a little superstar (or maybe she's a movie star? :) )
I have been around dogs all my life. My life changed when I decided to turn a passion for dogs into a career. I have never looked back except to see what the past has taught me.