Indi gets outa Dodge

A tired dog is a happy dog

Last weekend we all got outa Dodge and went to stay at Megan and Adam’s house in Hood River. They were actually in Tahoe for Megan’s 30th brithday, but Callie was there. (We regretfully had to bow out of the Tahoe trip because of Indi’s surgery.)

Brad and I took the dogs to the field down the street and they played and played. I was keeping a close eye on Indi as she hopped through the tall grasses, ready to lend a hand if she got wobbly. But she didn’t need me at all. When Callie bounded off after a critter, Indi took off right behind her. When we got to the little creek with the plank bridge, Indi hopped across it like it was nothing– after stopping to eat some grass, of course.

Indi taught Callie to eat grass

The dogs got to play in the field and the people got to play downtown. Saturday night Brad and I went out to sushi — fresh Oregon Albacore sashimi! Then we went to a cozy bistro for dessert– chocolate espresso tort, Fonseca port and manhattans. Yum.

About indi

Raina is Indi's mom. She is 30 and lives in Portland, Oregon. Raina was 22 when she got Indi and her heart broke when Indi was diagnosed with osteosarcoma. Today Indi and Raina are living life one day at time. Things sure look brighter with a supportive Tripawd community.
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6 Responses to Indi gets outa Dodge

  1. etgayle says:

    what a great outing!!! indi looks so good in the pictures!!!

  2. admin says:

    Sounds like a great adventure! But you had me at tort and port. 🙂

  3. Ginger says:

    Woo Hoo Indi! You are doing great – and you look so pretty playing in that tall grass. You go, sister.

  4. jerry says:

    Grass that’s taller than you? WOW! We can’t wait to come see you play in it!

  5. stephaniedbar says:

    so good to see you guys out and about less than a month post surgery!

  6. indi says:

    Yeah, Indi’s recovery has been very fast. The night of Indi’s surgery the tech had to try to keep Indi from walking around! She has taken to the three legged life pretty well. Don’t compare Bruiser to her if he takes a little more time. That’s great for you to be in Colorado where Wyatt and his pawrents live (the founders of I just saw a blog about a blind tripawd Great Dane. Check her out: It’s stories like those that keep me going when I get panicky about Indi.

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