|Jekyll waking up in the morning. |
Every night he sneaks into bed and sleeps like an inanimate sand bag at (or on) your feet.
Waking up is a very elaborate exaggerated process.
It is good to be Jekyll beagle.
|Cooper. At four months. Here for an acute case of diarrhea.|
Cause? Re-crate training because occasionally his mom has to go to work.
Read about his stress induced colitis soon.
|Buried in between his parents for his exam. |
Only visible by a darting tongue "hello."
Our weekend adventure; The York Fair, York, Pennsylvania. The oldest fair in America.
|Joe and I have a few items on our checklist every time we go.|
First stop ALWAYS the fowl barn.
I am predicting the next designer pet fad is going to be fancy chickens.
These guys are flamboyant and fabulous!
And they fit in a purse!
|Magnificent, but hard to accessorize.|
But he makes a very impressive lawn ornament.
|A pile of pretty pigeons.|
|As impressive as the chickens were, I am partial to the bunnies.|
|This is a Lion Head rabbit. |
Oh, goodness did I want to smother this baby in kisses!
Have you ever seen anything as adorable as this powder puff?
Back to work on Monday!
|Beau, who recovered so beautifully from puppy strangles. He will be neutered soon. He was scheduled for Monday, but he still has his upper baby canine teeth in, so we postponed. None of us want to have to put him under general anesthesia twice.|
Also on the Monday surgery schedule was Elliott and Kit's pin removals. Both four months old now, they each had broken legs that were fixed by placing stainless steel pins in them.
|Elliott getting ready for surgery.|
|Elliott's two pins. |
They stick out of the end of his femur.
But have kept it stable and allowed it to heal very well over the last month.
Thankfully they were very easily removed.
Elliott was also neutered.
Kits pins were not as easy to remove. They were buried in his knee.
|Both Kit and Elliott waking up (or sleeping) after surgery.|
We met a fully Raven adorned Ranger puppy. Who is about the most charming love. Even Brady got caught up in his adorableness!
|Meet little Sheldon.|
|Shaving and prepping the knee for surgery.|
And six more kittens to be spayed and neutered for No Kill Harford. I think (hope) that we are getting to the end of the 2013 kittens. There were three all black ones and 3 tabby's.
|Three boys sleepy post op.|
|And they are awake! And hungry!|
|And little Samoa was spayed too.|
More patients to meet.
|If I ever needed a spokesperson I would nominate her. |
|Two peas in a pod.|
|He felt so good he gave us a little paddling hello.|
A hunting dog who made a trip to the ER because she was peeing blood as she was retrieving doves.
She is a great case to discuss.
|Lilly, the day after her cruciate surgery and wearing her e-collar so she can't pull out her sutures.|
|What a smile!|
This is Jasper the Border Collie.
A two year old who had to go through three other homes before he found one where he was understood and loved in spite of being a bit if a rambunctious puppy.
Waking up again.