| Bonnie and Molly: Blessings come disguised in many different
shapes and sizes-many of which go unnoticed. Mine came to me in the shape of a 110
pound all black German Shepherd Dog who I named Molly. I drove to Missouri to get my
little black fuzzy baby, who was born on 6/20/95, and little did I know that my life would
never be the same from that moment on.
We are nothing less than inseparable. Of course one of
Molly's favorite things to do is go for rides in her car. She watches every move I
make, every button I push and the back of my head and shoulders seems to be the most
natural place to wipe her nose.....
Molly's precious face and
personality has also won the hearts of jut about everyone in her path. The ladies at
the drive thru bank, drug store, McDonalds, always have a special treat for her.
Loving Molly is very easy to do. All you have to do is look into those big brown
eyes and you're hooked.
Medication and Food:
Molly was a cluster pup who now takes 7.5 mg Phenobarbital, Kbr and 0.6 mg of Soloxine
twice a day. We use the valium protocol (thank you Joanne). Molly has
multiple allergies. She continues to have seizures every 30 to 60 days but has gone
as long as 128 days. Molly is a gold bead implant failure.
I will be forever grateful
to Joanne Carson and the Guardian Angels; if not for them, I would have no Molly!