Today was a big day for Abby. She had an appointment for her Rabies vaccine, and I was curious to see how she was going to react. Last June she had her Lepto and Lyme vaccines and she had an allergic reaction. Since it was only her second time in the car last year when we took her, and she had thrown up on the way home from the SPCA, we thought that when she threw up after her vaccine that she was just car sick. When she threw up a little later in the house I realized she was having a reaction. So I wasn't sure how she would react to the Rabies. Thankfully our vet is wonderful, and they were very proactive in making sure she didn't have a reaction and she hung out with them to be certain she was OK. But for the better part of today, Abby spent much of her time doing a whole lot of nothing.
Abby spent the morning and afternoon sleeping, and I was happy to oblige her. One of her favorite ways to sleep is nestled into the crook of your arm. It was a good thing she got some rest because her training class was hard today, so she was going to need her energy.
Up next, Abby's biggest hurdle: walking past a bowl of food.