Today I headed off to boarding school at Diane’s Canine School of Charm. So much to learn about what my humans want from me but I am an eager student. I have also made fast friends with a golden and a cute little Weimereiner. I’ll keep you posted!
This photo is Diane meeting me for the first time. She also told mom that it was the last time she would let me jump up on her. What? No jumping? Hmmmmm….that’s a new one!
I am so happy today. Full of energy and spunk. Feeling much more like my normal puppy self. So I’m NOT perfect right now–who cares? I am smiling, playing, loving on my family and ready for the world! I EVEN jumped into the front seat of mom’s car today without any help. Woof!
Just can’t say thank you enough and since I can’t talk, I dropped this off at my vet’s office today when I ran by for a check up. Nothing like a collage of my cuteness to make their day. Woof
Today I just laid around and enjoyed the friendship and love of my family. It is important to just sit back sometimes and reflect on how lucky we are to have friends and family that love us. Healing will come with some time but irregardless, I am one lucky dog.
It is SOOOO good to be home.
I have had a long week trying to get better and now my work continues at home. I have been blessed with fabulous care from Dr. Bogue and her staff and have been loved so very much (appreciate the notes and photos from all).
This afternoon, my brothers and I have enjoyed a full-fledged puppy palooza party. I think they actually MISSED me! We even made music with our toys–and discussed starting a four-legged boy band and taking our act on the road.
Where am I today? I am slower and less coordinated than before I got sick. I’m a bit wobbly at times and am not fond of stairs right now. I am on a bunch of drugs for the next five weeks and we still don’t have a definitive answer as to what really happened with me BUT, we are hopeful that I am on the mend. I am up and moving around, eating fine, playing with toys and other pups and when I get tired I just lay on the ground and play more–I feel my inner puppy bubbling through again.
Glass half full? It is ALWAYS good to be home.