When we arrived, Bonnie just trotted in the house like she was at home, “Hey everyone, I’m Bonnie Blue Eyes, let’s party” with that pretty feather duster tail wagging. Sue Ellen approached for a minute but quickly retreated to her safe area beside the couch. We went into the living room, sat down and started to talk, and I took the leash off Bonnie. As soon as I did, she went to Sue Ellen, Sue Ellen got up and met her, and you have never seen two happier dogs. Sue Ellen just instantly changed. The adopters were amazed. The girls visited, we all went out back, they romped and played, we came back inside, and for the first time in a week the adopters saw Sue Ellen’s tail wag. And man did it wag, over and over and over again. I also took a Premier Busy Buddy kibble ball, because both dogs really enjoy playing with that. By the time I left, the whole family, both dogs included, were relaxed and happy and going into the kitchen freely. Oh and Bonnie LOVES the husband Brent, and he really liked that since Sue Ellen seems to be afraid of him now. I told him that Bonnie will help open her up and now he’ll be able to get closer to Sue Ellen. And Bonnie will get the more individual attention that a wonderful dog like her deserves. Yes, I’m crying again. I will certainly miss that little funny face. But it’s good tears. This time, we hit the jackpot. We made a family happy, they each have their own dog now, we made Bonnie happy, and Bonnie is helping to make Sue Ellen happy. What more could you ask for.