Yesterday I attended an out-of-town seminar and the a/c wasnâ??t working properly so I developed a migraine. It got so bad I had to go to the er for meds, so I didnâ??t get home at 7pm as I had expected, which would have been bad enough, poor dog would have been cooped up for 12 or 13 hours. As it turned out she was home alone with no way to get out for 17 hours, imagine not being able to use the bathroom for that long. She didnâ??t mess anywhere and wasnâ??t even all that anxious to go out, she was just so happy I was home. I feel terrible about it and now have to figure out a way to get someone willing, that she wonâ??t bite, to care for her in an emergency. I donâ??t know my neighbors, and frankly donâ??t trust the ones on one side and doubt the people on the other side of me would be willing to care for her. Iâ??m going to ask around at work and see if anyone there would be willing to do it â?? I have to also figure out how to get a key to them. I donâ??t want to leave it outside, there isnâ??t a really good hiding spot and since I take her with me most places except work the house would be an easy mark for a thief. If anyone has any ideas please let me know, I donâ??t want her to suffer if something happens to me. Thanks.
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