|Seurat loved the tortillas Frank made for him.|
|Seurat's first free days in Española|
|Seurat with Livvie, 2006|
|2009. Sitting and looking out over the Costa Rican hills|
dynamic by sitting next to Seurat on the couch and talking softly and directly. “Seurat, the trouble we are having is because we both love the same woman…” Seurat listened and there was never again a problem. And he listened again when we asked him to accept into our family a starving shepherd mix female rescued from the streets of San Isidro . He accepted her completely on the day we took him to meet her. He had objected strongly to another dog and a puppy in the months before. Seurat was definitely opinionated about both people and other dogs.
|Seurat, constantly attentive|
who gave him 3 weeks worth of medicine (prednisone) and the diagnosis of either a middle ear inflammation or my worst fear, neurological decline. I took over his 4 feedings per day, which at first meant feeding him by hand since he couldn’t move his mouth well. Slowly he improved. While sick, he still continued his job of watching over me from room to room. A month later – just about when I was allowed to again put weight on my healing foot, he was acting pretty normal except for a slightly cocked head and some persistent weakness.