|02-22-2014 12:00 PM|
He and I were attached at the hip before this happened to me, but it seems like he knows now that I need him more than ever. Like I said, he doesn't leave my bedside, day or night...You would think it would get boring for him, needing mental stimulation!
He's so patient with me too, since I've replaced my camera, I take pictures of him from my bed (I finally went outside to take pictures for the first time in two months though) and I tell him to stay...Staaaaayyyyyy. Haha. He must think I'm looney. Oh, I love him.
|02-22-2014 11:06 AM|
|Loneforce||That they are..... Great picture!|
|02-22-2014 10:55 AM|
|llombardo||I wish I could take a picture right now of my group. I'm surrounded. It doesn't matter where I go, they follow...I just adore them|
|02-22-2014 07:24 AM|
I am continually amazed at dogs' ability to understand, accept and empathize with disability whether it be physical or mental, long- or short-term.
Thanks for sharing another touching example of this.
|02-22-2014 12:53 AM|
|Kahrg4||Aww look at those eyes. Pats to Koda and well wishes to you for a smooth and speedy recovery! Glad you've got such a great pup to help get you through.|
|02-21-2014 10:51 PM|
It is amazing how animals can be like that. He definitely sounds like a sweet heart
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|02-21-2014 10:11 PM|
Aren't They Amazing?
Every single day since I've been home from the hospital now after my accident (Which is almost a month now), Koda hasn't left my side. I'm pretty much immobile and anchored to the bedroom because of my foot, and Koda doesn't want to leave my bedside. My Mother will call him for breakfast/dinner or to go outside and he's reluctant to do so. It's sweet. I love my boy. Shepherd's are amazing...