She is eating well, takes treats gently, and has no resource guarding, but we do feed her separately. She is currently being treated for a double ear infection and worms. She will be re-tested by November 11.
Duchess has arthritis, especially in her knees, and she is on medication. When she is seen by the vet next, they will look into this further and will also let us know if she needs to have any dental work. She needs to be lifted in and out of the car, but doesn't seem to mind the actual ride.
Duchess had three seizures within 12 hours of her arrival, but has not had one since. The stress of the journey was just too much for this senior girl.
She knows her name and simple commands in English, and she is a big tail wagger. She has recently done the Golden lean-in as she does not want you to stop petting her.
Our hearts melt every time we look into her big beautiful eyes. We wonder what those eyes have seen over the course of her life, but now she is safe, well cared for, and loved.
More to come after her next vet visit