Cha Cha Cha Cha Changes

This is Sheriff Peanut Butter Brickle.  How is your week going so far?  I am very interested in that.  Let me know what or who I need to arrest, because I am in an arresting mood in this Florida place.  There is about to be some changes around here.  But arresting is not one of them. I will always do that.

photo credit above, Pawsome Adventures, Lutz, Florida

You know, every time you think that you have life all figured out, you pretty much don’t.  But here is a fact.  Time changes a lot of things.  And you have to learn how to change with it.  What worked in your life yesterday or the day before, or last year may not work today.

Our family is used to changes and big adjustments, but nothing could have affected us as much as the last week with Deputy Digby’s health.  Although we are finishing our Adventure Of A Lifetime starting back again at the end of this month, we had to make sure that we were all ready to do that.  We had to service the Big Blue Treat Wagon, the persons had to run themselves through a car wash pretty much, and me and the Deputy’s health had to be checked out.  As you know, Digby found out that he had some health problems, and so these are the changes we are talking about.

Just like you have to change the oil in your car, you have to change the pancakes in a Digby.  But really.  We all want to be together forever, and so the Vet Person made some suggestions to do that.  We already told you the boring stuff like less pancakes and more rest and other diet changes too which we won’t bore you with.  But we want you to know that Digby feels fine, but he could feel better. What we will be doing is making changes to what we eat, and then in a couple of months, we will be doing more bloodwork for Digby to see if it helped.

What we don’t want you to do is worry.  There is no immediate danger for Digby, but this reinforces the fact for preventative medicine for us all.  If there are signs that your furkid isn’t himself, or feeling the best, don’t ignore it.  Like our persons, I am sure that you probably take care of your furkids more than yourself.

You also probably know that our Girl Person battles depression on a daily basis.  She has wrote about it before, so it’s no secret here.  This has really made her upset because she cannot imagine her life without us all together.  As Sheriff however, I have arrested the sadness.  So we are all good there.  Life for our family has always been out in the open because we want our fans to know that we deal with the same things that you do.  We are no different.  You may get to hide YOUR crazy, but our crazy is on display for millions to see.  But that’s ok. We wouldn’t have it any other way because it makes others feel like they aren’t so alone. We hope our 2 Traveling Dogs family relies on each other.

We may have traveled through 34 states so far on our rescue mission. But here is the truth.  We may seem like we have it all together.  We may seem like nothing affects us.  But here it is…this is hard.  So thank you for our break in this Florida place to see our family and friends and regroup.  We can do the rest of this trip with your support, and love..and it will be the best weeks ever to come.  14 more states, 14 more rescues with all of us in good health and surrounded by your love and support.  We had to make some changes to keep going.  And it was for the best.  Life has a way of steering you in the right direction.  If you listen.  And let it.

Time may change me
But I can’t trace time

-Sheriff Peanut Butter Brickle

So may fans have asked how to contribute to our mission and Deputy Digby’s treatments!

If you would like to purchase a limited edition tote-bag you get something for your generosity, and we wouldnt have it any other way! Go to www.booster.com/2travelingdogs

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4 thoughts on “Cha Cha Cha Cha Changes

  1. Karen Olson

    Sheriff you are so wise as usual. It is reassuring to hear that Digby is doing fine. You are so right to say that y’all’s crazies are out in the open for all to see while most of our crazies are not. But it does feel better knowing that it’s okay for is to admit we all have them.
    One thing I have learned (again) is that change is inevitable regardless of who you are or where you are, and that none of us can escape it. Changes go with you so we all need to accept and deal with change. For me how I deal with change is directly related to my crazies. Love you!

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  2. Jeni

    Sheriff, I know about changes and being worried about our fur babies. My little Muffin just got diagnosed with diabetes. Rest up for the rest of your adventure and you can arrest my work computer! It refused to work for 1/2 th day😞

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