As usual, as I used to do with Pereg, Tikki was let out of the car [David's taxi] once parked, leash unclipped, and she followed me into the store. A minute exploring then back to me again. And no, I did not buy her another toy even though she looked at them longingly. Unfortunately they no longer had the special chews that she has - one every morning when she surfaces and well before her breakfast, so I bought a couple of packs of a different one. Time will tell if she is happy with them. While we were there Eviyatar tried to tempt her with some chews, then he opened a little tin of pate-type food - no thanks she said, so both were put in a small polybag for me to bring home~ Luckily Eviyatar was there and he said that if I ever need to leave Tikva he has a special refrigerator/freezer for dogs they look after who are raw fed, so I have no worry about that. He will also not put her into one of the large, comfortable, kennels, from which dogs are taken out every few hours to wander about their huge, well secure yards, but during the day will keep her in the big store/sales room with him and whoever else is working there at the time, and will take her to bed with him at night in a crate, with her own blankets and sleeping pads. Hopefully that will never happen but it is a load off my mind. I know she would be OK with him but was a bit concerned about raw feeding. He is going to come in when he is next on the Moshav and I will show him exactly what she has, both morning and evening, supplements and extra vitamins and all. I hope it will never come to it but it is so good to know that should Tikva need to be kenneled, she will be well fed as she is used to, and will be well looked during the day and then at night.