Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Not Quite Wordless Wednesday

Apparently, I'll be posting weekly for awhile. I need to let myself know that's OK.

Snowman has had his HW treatment; he is staying at the vet a couple extra days as I pull an extra shift and give him rest. Carolyn says Great Pyrs normally do well with the treatment; too large to crate, I will gate off the back yard, keeping him there for a month instead of allowing him access to the whole acreage. He won't be happy but he won't be crated :).

Smiling Snowman
Sweet Pea has had her first puppy shots (that I know of); she is now on track, is healthy but doesnt' eat enough, preferring to play! Oy, vey.  She discovered the allure of electrical cords :( so I am hyper-vigilant when she is out of her pen/crate combo in the house.

Sweet Pea's den - puppy pads, food/water, toys and her "bedroom"

Sweet Pea 


Danny had to be carried home
YEAH - after getting off work this morning (we decided it was a full moon last night whether or not it really was), young men and the husband of a friend doing their high school service days came over to play with and walk dogs; they hauled off limbs from the yard, removed the outside breezeway insulation which wasn't really needed this year and brought over a donated dog pen. Boys and trucks can be a wonderful combination. Thanks!

Walter loved walking out
Hickory Dock kept trying to follow Shiloh instead of his young man!



4 comments:

  1. From the mom - I have been meaning to stop by here - thanks for visiting our blog so I would remember. Who is your Shiloh - another doggy? I love all yourdogs and you know I am partial to hounds and Beagles - especially Sweet Pea. Oh I wish I could have another - a sweet little Beagle girl - just what I would love to add to Team Beaglebratz (but I can't for awhile :( )

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  2. Glad you posted! That picture of Snowman smiling is a great one.

    It's funny, I know about Great Pyrenees from a cartoon I watched when I was little (that nobody else seems to remember!) called The Adventures of Belle and Sebastian. Belle was a Pyr; I think it was one of the first shows that I watched where each episode continued the story arc, instead of just being episodic like Loony Tunes.

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  3. Love the picture of Snowman. You must be glad he's had his treatment. Fingers and paws crossed it works. :) What a great little house Sweet pea has complete with her own bedroom! I agree, men with trucks = a good thing! :)

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  4. It sure is busy with you guys!!

    I hope Snowman is doing well :)

    Big wags to all,

    Your pal Snoopy :)

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