No, GOOD you. When they are this old, all you can do is make them comfortable.Bad me I did a home treatment on a hunch but she improved
I had forgotten about Paris. I watched your posts about her with interest. She and Bailey have much in common.My Paris has always been wacko, I called her Psycho B!tch. She was a free throw away GP after somebody else messed her up. It took 2 years to turn her into a good dog. My first LGD, she has taught me much more than I have taught her. Neurotic, weird, crazy, location bound to HER back yard, killer dog. Then we moved, got sheep and they were Enemies To Be Destroyed. Had to start training all over again, what a fantastic dog. We ran a fence from the back yard to the sheep barn just for her. She stayed with lambing ewes, weaned lambs, and guarded chickens. A few weeks ago, she dug out of the back yard into the horse lot, under the gate, to the front yard. A new wrinkle in the fabric of her life, Paris retired herself and spends her days under the porch. She comes out to do chores with me, mornings and evenings. She has earned it. Paris can do what she darn well pleases.
Isn’t that what we owe our old friends? They have given us the best years of their life, we can make their last years as comfortable and happy as we can.