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Riley has been going through a lot lately… After going through and recovering from foot surgery to remove an infection, she still wasn’t quite right and we were shocked and surprised to find out she has cancer. She is being treated with the very best care and is hanging in there… She is still getting around and playing with Baby and Beary and Squirrely and laying in the sunshine. And she has so many people who love her…
With all that Riley has gone through, we’ve learned that cancer in Golden Retrievers is quite prevalent. In the 1970s the expected lifespan for a Golden Retriever was 16 or 17 years; recent reports show they are now living on average until only 9 or 10 years old, which is heartbreaking for a breed that is as wonderful as the Golden…
Afternoon nap with toys! Roxy and Brutus are napping nearby too!
Always hanging out with her favorite pal, Baby!
Election Day is next Tuesday, November 6th...
Riley says be sure to get out and VOTE!
When black cats prowl
and pumpkins gleam,
May luck be yours
Wishing you a safe and Happy Halloween!!
Our sweet Riley is still in recovery mode, but she's getting better every day and got a good report from the vet today! She's back to her old smiling self, in spite of the bandage on her foot and the donut collar!!
Sarasota makes the grade once again as U.S. News & World Report names the city #3 in its list of Best Places to Retire. Sarasota also ranks #34 in U.S. News' Best Places to Live.
U.S. News analyzed 125 metro areas in the United States to find the best places to live based on quality of life and the job market in each metro area, as well as the value of living there and people's desire to live there. Sarasota's beautiful weather, award-winning beaches and amazing arts and cultural scene are some of the reasons noted that make the area a popular destination for retirees and families. For those of us who live here, that's no big surprise.