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Welcome to Speak Your Art Blog Hub. This blog combines posts from seven of my other blogs: In the Flow Studios Arts, In the Flow Studios Body, I Love Shelter Dogs, Mana Keepers, PaaMano Eskrima & Performing Arts, Self-Actualization thru Women's Empowerment and Speak Your Art Poetry. It brings my organizations together and offers my readers an easier way to follow new posts in one convenient location.

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Monday, February 17, 2014

Ke-ola loves fetch

Ke-ola is a good sitter!
Roland had such a good time taking Ke-ola out yesterday that he did it again today. They left early in the morning and spent over an hour just having fun together. While they were out the fog rolled in so Roland took the opportunity to run with Ke-ola and then do coupage. He said Ke-ola coughed a great deal and that lots of "stuff" came out. Running in the fog seems to yield much better results than sitting in a bathroom steam. Thank's for the help Mother Nature!

Ke-ola and my Dr. Seuss socks. 
Roland practiced basic commands again. Ke-ola is doing very well. He really wants to please his humans. He's a very good boy because his personality is very energetic and playful yet once he knows a behavior is not okay with us, he does all he can to correct himself.

Today he had a lot of foster mommy and daddy time, together and individually. We discovered that Ke-ola LOVES to play fetch. He's so funny, after he gets the ball in his mouth he shakes his head then proudly prances back. I'm teaching him "drop it". He is starting to understand the command because he loosens his grip and lets me take the ball. This boy is all about having fun!

His nose hasn't dripped in several days! Hurray! He still has a cough when he exerts himself but we are woking to help get the last little bits of goo out and gone. His skin is still irritated and he's scratched some parts red. But between the medicated spray, the Benadryl, hypoallergenic laundry soap and rinsing the floor with water after we clean them, we are hoping we can help him feel better soon. He has an appointment for his recheck at Pet Hospital this Friday. We are hoping his lungs will be cleared and his skin less itchy by then.

Roland's so proud of Ke-ola, the good listener and sitter.

Spending some cuddle playtime with his foster mama today. 

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