A rinsed, empty pill supplement bottle can be a swell dog toy.
It turned out to be a small scrape on the pad, rendering it sensitive. Since she was largely back to normal by Monday, Labour Day, we decided to continue watching through the week. She’s fine, back to her normal self. Here she is tonight, watching the world go by.
We’re pleased that she is her old self.
She has not been active today – her right front is bothering her. We are watching it and if not better by Tuesday, off to the doggy doctor.
Poor pup. She has always been such an active girl, it is really different to see her not running and jumping and playing.
. . . was a gentle, rippling snore. Or a loud buzz-saw snore.
Nope, nope not at all.
She played hard and long today.
Must watch turkey buzzrd. Might swoop down. Boof stay away.
Lucy’s attention was entirely focused on a squirrel in the tree that shades our deck.
This is a close-up of the terrain on Lucy’s back and hip.
I smile when looking at Lucy’s flipped-back ears.
I am so glad they were not cropped to make them stand up by whomever owned her when she was young.