She's been a very good dog all these years. We'll miss her sweet face, but we sure won't miss her old lady incontinence. I know she doesn't want to smell bad or dribble in her bedding, but dang it, I realize she's about 100 years old in human years, especially considering that she was in the 70 lb range in her prime. Going on 15 years old is quite a respectable age for a dog of that size, considering that she can still actually bounce down the driveway like that.
Almost strangled me a Delaware hen today. Was putting a saddle on one of the big BR hens-apparently, Isaac has overlooked her barred plumage and decided she's quite a sweet thang-when I was bitten behind the knee by an attention seeking hussy named Georgie. I was wearing shorts at the time and she drew blood. I yelled and turned around and went after her, yelling "You wanted attention, didn't you, you wench?! C'mon back here and let me give you some!" She knew she was in big trouble, being a smart Delaware and ran like the wind, LOL. She did, however, run to her daddy, who held out his arms and crooned, "Come here, Georgie.", where she proceeded to give the traditional Delaware hug to someone who wasn't seeing red after being injured by that bad girl.