You may have noticed that I did not post last weeks Training Tuesday. Honestly I was so wrapped up in caring for True, my 13 year old border collie, that the day was gone before I realized it. Hence no post. So here we are a week out from one of the scariest dog nights of my life.
It was around 2:30 am and I woke up to a big thunk noise, only to see light coming from the floor next to the bed (this was the emergency light from my phone, that came on when it fell from the night stand). When I looked down, I saw True (did I mention she is my heart dog) in full rigor, foaming at the mouth, eyes rolled to the back of her head. I instantly jumped out of bed and started barking orders to my poor husband who was now awaken from his slumber.
True was having the Big S word....we had no warning, no lead up, no nothing...and everything was happening in what seemed like slow motion.
Jumping into action, I kindly (reality, I am sure I barked it loud and not so...