Can you see the happiness on her face? Paisley got to free run today and she enjoyed every moment of it!
This is what she did to her upper arm almost 4 months ago! The vet gave the go ahead to let her run awhile ago, but I needed the moral support to let her go. The lure coursing trial that I took pictures at this weekend was the perfect opportunity. The field was beautiful and I had someone to hold my hand figuratively as I took the leash off and let her go.
It was a beautiful sight! I was there when she crumpled to the ground and scooped her up and comforted her as best as I could. I wasn’t sure what the outcome would be and it is better than I could have hoped for!
This girl was born to run and I am so thankful to my vet for giving her the opportunity to run free again.
She was such a trooper throughout the whole recovery period and is still the silly, goofy, sweet girl that she was before all of the crate rest and down time.
Poor thing was wiped out after a few minutes of running!
Yay for Paisley and you too Shannon. It must be such a relief! It’s nice to see that big smile on her face. 😀
Oh yay for Paisley!!! Will she be able to compete again? Or is that out of the picture? The smile on her face is priceless, and I’m glad she’s back to her pre-injured self! 🙂
Thanks guys! The vet said that he thinks she should be able to compete in the future, but I’m not sure I would be able to enjoy it. But having him say that makes me feel really comfortable just letting her run and do practice runs later this summer – that’s all she really cares about anyways 🙂
That is one HAPPY dog!
There’s the Paisley we know and love:) Look at the pure joy on her face!!!! Glad to see the little girl is back to normal and enjoying life once again!
It’s great to see her out and doing what she loves most. I know that makes your heart feel good. She sure is a pretty girl…
Yea for Paisley!!!