The other day blind Hiker went for acupuncture again. We are going every three to four months and having fantastic results. Our appointments have been first thing in the morning and Hiker is encouraged by the staff to visit and wander around the clinic before other clients arrive. This seems to help her settle before her treatment.
During her wandering, she was given a rawhide chew which she didn't bother to eat since the freeze dried liver treats were also available. When we left, the receptionist gave me Hiker's treat to take home. I said no thanks since it would likely cause problems having only one treat. I was surprised but pleased when she offered one for everybody! (good sales tactic too, since they really enjoyed them I will buy a bag)
|Bill took his onto the bed|
|blind Brook on the chair and deaf Trail|
|Hiker (of course) in her crate|
|Callie in the comfort and seclusion of her crate|
A happy pack, thanks to Hiker's acupuncture appointment.