Libby. Can't tell you how many times I've almost broken my neck in an effort to keep from breaking hers. Every step I take has to be done with great care. When I roll in my chair from one side of my studio to the other I must first shoo her out of the way. You gotta love her though. She's still full of puppiness at 1 and 1/2 years old. Before her first birthday she was in a horrible accident. We still don't know if she was hit by a car or stomped by a cow. Her pelvis was broken in so many places they couldn't be counted on the x-ray. She needed a $3,000 surgery and there was no guarantee that she would be able to walk. We thought we were going to have to put her down. Our small town veterinarian called me and said he wanted to try to do surgery on her. He's not equipped for the kind of fancy dog surgeries done in the city, but he just couldn't put this dog down. Said she was the sweetest, bravest dog he'd ever had in his clinic. He used pins instead of the fancy plates the city surgeons would have used; he charged me $800 instead of $3,000, and he saved this precious little life. She now runs with an abandon that's nothing short of miraculous. Thank God for the people of this world who have the talent to do things for BIG BUCKS, but make the decision to be guided by their hearts instead of their bank accounts.