Happy Holidays from Geese Police
It is hard to believe that another year is almost over and that the Holidays are upon us. We would like to thank all of our clients and friends for their support and we wish you and yours a Happy Holiday Season.
We have had a busy year with lots of changes. Our original two Deputies, Flo Jo and Katie retired this year at the ripe old ages of 13 and 12 respectively. Both are now enjoying a life of leisure in our house with Piper our Aussie. They spend most of their time sleeping and eating. Katie will occasionally do a “ride-along” and even will get out of the truck to look at the geese. You can tell by her expression when she looks at you that she is thinking “seriously, you want me to stalk them; you know they are just going to leave.” Which is usually what happens—they leave before I can get her to engage-at which point she looks at me again as if to say—“see, I told you so.” Flo Jo has slowed down quite a bit and has developed some deterioration in her back legs. She still runs when she is outside although not as fast as she use to. Her real challenge is changing directions. Also, she now sleeps in the bed at night, much to Piper’s chagrin.
We also added three new dogs, Stormie, Pearl and Dixie. Each has her own unique personality and are fitting in well with the rest of the Deputies. We have added pictures and a bio of each on our website so please check them out.
The rest of the team is doing well. Bond (our only male border collie) loves all of his girls. Unfortunately he has a special place in his heart for Dixie our newest and youngest addition; principally because she is not spayed.
One of our goals for 2017 is to post more blogs with useful information so stay tuned. Also, if you can’t get enough of pictures of our deputies in action or play then follow us on Twitter and Facebook as we routinely post there.
Thanks again for your support and Happy Holidays!!
Sally & Michael Wyatt
Geese Police of Central Indiana