Amelia And JP VLOG 254: Daisy hasn’t been feeling well for a few weeks. The vet clinic in Olón said she needed an ultrasound, but they didn’t have that equipment so we took her to the Manta Pets Veterinary Clinic after we moved here.
I adopted Daisy 10 years ago and she was at least 3 years old then so she’s getting pretty old and we’re worried she might not be with us much longer.
We just lost Alicia to old age a couple months ago and we can’t handle the thought of losing Daisy, too. Hopefully the vet here in Manta can get her back to normal!
The coffee shop we went to was Pip Coffee. It’s a national chain with a new location that isn’t listed on their website or Facebook page yet. It’s one block east of Martinica on restaurant row. ¡Fue riquisimo!
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