We just have had to make a quick run hunting Patches. They were shooting those guns in National Guard training. That makes twice that they did several this morning. I had already given her a benadryl then they started again. We saw her run out her doggie door and ran to the back of the yard all the while we were calling her. She was like she was in a trance. Just ignored us calling, went behind the storage building and we know she climbed the fence although we couldn't see her. We rode several blocks behind and in front of the house and went to the main road. There she was running down the road. She went a long way running to get there. Some dogs inside a fence were barking at her so she headed to the fence wagging her tail. Ken pulled up and I called her and she came running and went to Ken's side and hopped in, proud to see us. I now have the doggie dog shut for a while. Guess we will have to shut it from now on as soon as they start shooting. It is so loud at times the windows shake which is unnecessary.
I am a nervous wreck already without her doing that. I am headed off to bed with an ice pack for this back. This was made last week while she was sitting looking for squirrels. We would be lost without her or Daisy Mae.
Happily married to my better half, Ken. We have 4 children between us and two grandchildren. We also have two of the sweetest dogs, Patches and Daisy Mae. They bring a lot of joy to the two of us and the rest of the family love them also.