Even though Leo has Lymphoma cancer, I need a service dog. So Leo is being trained to be one! Kinda worried it might make the cancer worse, but all the same excited.
Just wondering, are shelties a good breed to do service dog work?
The vet says since Leo is holding up so well, maybe he will survive. Leo is somehow fighting the disease and now he is feeling much better.
My family is has gotten another sheltie to keep Leo company since Jello passed away. (Jello is my sisters older sheltie.) So Leo's sister, Lainy, is coming to be another bundle of joy! Lainy is quite a bit older than Leo, she is about a month.
top: Lainey. She's quite tall, looking a lot like her mother. I'll post another topic introducing Lainey.
top: Leo chilling out with his cousin, Callie (female). Leo: on the left. His ears are a little different now.
Hope you have a great day,
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