Life has been humming right along for us. So grab a snack, get comfy and I'll tell you what we've been up to.
Carl went to see family out of state, leaving me to be the single-dog-mom, which as you can figure, took a lot of time.
|~Our very handsome foster boy, Jack~|
I did what I could to wear the dogs out, which involved walks and playing ball. Todd with his Scottie sized mouth, can fit two tennis balls in his mouth at once.
At home he's settled in really nicely. His pal appears to be Todd. They spend time outside together, barking at the deer, or whatever the two think needs to be barked at. I think Jake is having a good time.
Our boy Max, who had two knee surgeries almost exactly 5 years ago, somehow hurt his knee. So, he's on limited activity.
Bringing up the rear for vet appoints was Todd. His was just for his yearly exam, rabies vaccine and bloodwork. At 10 years old, it was a first for him to have senior blood work.
|~Todd got a bandage from the vet, and I got the bill~|
Our hospice foster girl Sheeba is doing well. Sadly, the cancer shehas is taking its toll on her appearance, and she's painfully thin, even though she eats enough for 2-3 dogs every day. She always barks at me when I am in bed, and then she stands there and stares at me. It occurred to me that she may want onto the bed, so I put her up on the bed with me. It didn't take long for her to fall asleep and start snoring. I guess it's what she's always wanted. Now she wants to be on the bed every night. ❤
Shedding season has also started, and it was Shelby's turn for a bath and an overdue brushing out.
In the meantime, Ree ate a bar of soap....
And George is the one that ended up with a bad upset stomach. Go figure.
And my longtime and very dreaded nemesis, the dreaded Brown Marmorated Stinkbug has reappeared. I have to say, they are one thing I could do without.