Today was interesting. Michael took me to the vet and I got my Rabies shot (told you earlier that shots are all vets seem to think about). I also got to meet Dr. Corcoran . She has two Irish Wolfhounds so she is a good person. Buttercup Veterinary Hospital confirmed that I weigh 79.5 pounds at 21 weeks.
Then we stopped by to see Kathy, Michael’s barber. She is so nice. Not only did she take time to play with me, she gave me a Bully Stick. That was a great way to make up for having to get another shot.
What is a Bully Stick? You are so lucky going to a vet who owns her own wolfies.
We wolfies are different, and some vets don’t get it!
Finn and I have been having a great time together playing. Finn is a big boy, but he has a finicky stomach. He ate some of my food and got diarrhea! I can eat anything and nothing bothers me that way.
We have had very hot weather (90’s) for a few days, but Finn and I stay in the family room in the basement and it is COOL.
Are you going to stay put now in TX?
I remember when my little teeth fell out, and then my big ones came in……I stopped chewing, but lately I have found the fringe on the rugs! I think the rugs look better without the fringe!
Hello to G. & M. from me.
PS: I hear talk about an operation for me in July….I wonder????
A Bully Stick is a 100% beef dog treat made from a bull pizzle. The best ones are oven dried to prevent bacteria. The ones that are dried longer are referred to as ‘odor-free’.
I really like them. They are a great chew and they don’t come apart like a rawhide bone. Michael won’t get the me the shorter ones since he is afraid I will swallow them whole and have to go to the Emergency Animal Hospital again. They are available over the web at http://www.bestbullysticks.com and at places like PetSmart and Costco.
Carpet fringe!! Isn’t it a delight. Michael and Georgia had to take away all the rugs with fringe on them since I also find fringe to be a delicacy.