So story time, but first, let's start off with the fact that everyone is okay.
So yesterday, all three of us decided to enjoy the weather and go outside. We went to Yankton for some treats for our doggy then back to Vermillion to go walk around.
Flash forward a bit, and we are driving back to our house, and we drive by a park, with a group of people pushing strollers, kids, and 2 dog on the sidewalk.
Our Maggie gets extremely excited, puts her paws up on the open window and all of a sudden is now jumping out the window of our moving vehicle.
Like I said, everyone is okay.
We both were watching her in the back seat as we were driving up to these people, Andrew threw his mirror and me by looking behind him. The road we were on is a very low speed limit, but he was already going slow as it was.
We were extremely lucky there was no car behind us and no cars coming towards us. He hit the brakes and I was already outside of the truck before we stopped. She didn't land pretty, but by the time I had gotten around the truck, she was already at the sidewalk with the other people who were just as concerned as we were.
She came to me and hopped into the truck by herself. Good sign.
We kept an eye on her for the remainder of the night, and nothing seemed odd or different with her, other than her sleeping the entirety of the time she usually stays awake with us.
Today? Oofta. She's bringing us her toys. Barking when there's nothing to bark at. She's cuddling with us. She's begging for treats and to be petted. She's acting like our normal Maggie.
So we are incredibly lucky. Our dog is a goof, and insane for that matter, but she's a goofy good dog. [79/365] #photoaDay #MyPupMaggie